Hugo Rodier, MD has an Integrative Health Clinic in Sandy, Utah. He is an integrative physician who specializes in healing chronic disease at the cellular level by blending proper nutrition, lifestyle changes, & allopathic practices when necessary. By nutritionally restoring STOMACH, LIVER, AND INTESTINAL HEALTH practically all patients are able to stop their prescription drugs for their chronic problems. He feels the key is to optimize the health of the MICROBIOME, or the health bacteria that lives in our intestines.
Dr. Rodier has a special interest in addressing ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICITY. Salt Lake City has some of the post contaminated air in the nation, so his work raises awareness of the role of toxins in the environment and how they contribute to many chronic diseases ranging from asthma and autism to diabetes and obesity.
He leads a simple life, enjoying the mountains and deserts of Utah, practicing yoga, biking and walking, reading voraciously, and finding delight in his family, which includes children and the entertaining antics of his cat, dogs, and one pig. Healthy and paid to do what he loves, he considers himself blessed in life.
Dr. Rodier was born in Chile with paternal roots in France and immigrated to the United States at the age of 16. His unique upbringing not only left him fluent in Spanish and French, but also gave him a grounded perspective on life and love that he carries into his practice.
For his clinical work, Dr. Rodier reads 50 medical journals each month and keeps extensive lists of citations to demonstrate the evidence-based science behind the nutritional approaches he uses. Take a look at his NEWSLETTER and BLOGS where he posts the most interesting references he finds for you to study.
If you want to delve a little deeper into Dr. Rodier’s interesting resume, continue reading to uncover his educational background, his work abroad with international organizations, his involvement in local community groups, and past publications.
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