Tiffany Lester, M.D.

Functional Medicine Physician at Parsley Health

Obsessed with: Healthy-ish deserts and farmers markets
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Dr. Tiffany Lester, MD is a graduate of The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, where she completed her training in Internal Medicine. She is also a graduate of the two-year Integrative Medicine Fellowship at The University of Arizona, and she has extensive training in functional medicine through The Institute of Functional Medicine. She also holds a certification in medical acupuncture. Currently she is taking new patients at Parsley Health in San Francisco. She is passionate about healing chronic disease through a comprehensive approach and teaching people how simple, small shifts can have an enormous impact on their health. She believes that we all have the ability to take charge of our health and often we just need a bridge to that other side. Her mission is to work with individuals to navigate the complexity of the body and get to the root cause of disease. Dr. Lester writes for leading wellness publications including The Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, and Thoughtfully Magazine. When not seeing patients, you can find her hiking through Northern California, browsing farmers markets for seasonal culinary inspiration, and trying to get through the entire New York Times Sunday edition in one week.

    Doctor's top superfoods

    3 Trendy Superfoods This Doctor Actually Uses

    By Tiffany Lester, M.D. / October 9, 2018 /

    The health food scene is constantly evolving and there are always new trends to discover. Here are the top 3 superfoods you want to try this year which will support digestion, fight inflammation, and help you feel calmer all without taking any pill.

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    15 Signs Your Gut Is Out of Balance (and What to Do About It)

    By Tiffany Lester, M.D. / September 11, 2018 /

    You could be eating the healthiest organic diet, exercising daily, and sleeping 8 hours a night — but if your gut is imbalanced, you can still feel unwell. The good news is that your digestive lining renews every 72 hours. So, with a little effort, you can heal your gut and improve your health. Here’s how.

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