1. Nicotine: The Common Denominator in Disease

    Hello, this is Doctor Marco DiBonaventura, your favorite functional medicine doctor in King of Prussia. Did you know that many of the diseases people face today are caused by nicotine? It’s true, not only can a person develop lung cancer from smoking, but also heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis, insomnia, and many other problems, many of which can be life-threatening. Even those who breathe…Read More

  2. Garlic

    Garlic is so good for you! Greetings, Doctor Marco DiBonaventura here, and I would like to talk to residents of King of Prussia about why it is important to regularly incorporate garlic into your diet. For almost every disease that a person can be diagnosed with, garlic is an excellent healing agent. It helps fights colds, strengthens the heart, balances out the hormones, helps to slow the aging p…Read More

  3. Stress Can Increase Risk for Cold and Flu

    Did you know that high-strung people are more at risk for colds and flu? Hi, I’m Doctor Marco DiBonaventura, a practitioner of functional medicine in King of Prussia. I would like to talk to you today about stress. Stress wears down your immune system. It keeps it suppressed, so that if a harmful germ or virus enters the body, it does not have the strength to fight it off. Therefore, one is …Read More

  4. Straws May Cause Bloating

    If you struggle with digestive problems, especially bloating, you might need not to look any further than your straw. I’m Doctor Marco DiBonaventura, a practitioner of functional medicine from King of Prussia, and I help people with their digestion nearly every day. When you use a straw to drink with, you are potentially also swallowing a lot of air. When the air gets into your stomach, you…Read More

  5. Nuts, Seeds and Hormonal Imbalance

    If you struggle with hormonal imbalance, there’s no time like the present to make a change.  Hi, I’m Doctor Marco DiBonaventura, a practitioner of functional medicine in King of Prussia. I would like to tell you today about how nuts and seeds might be able to help. Those that struggle with hormonal imbalance needs lots of Omega3 fatty acids to help regain their balance of estrogen and…Read More

  6. Love Your Heart

    Hello friends in King of Prussia! Doctor Marco DiBonaventura here. I would like to talk to you today about heart health. Heart disease is the greatest killer in the world today. So many people lose their lives due to blockage of the arteries or congestive heart failure. In most of these cases, the person ignored the risk factors for heart disease, such as obesity, smoking, alcohol, stress and poor…Read More

  7. Experience is Everything

    One of the most important things to look for when choosing a doctor is experience. My name is Doctor Marco DiBonaventura, and I manage an integrative medicine office here in King of Prussia, where we treat many people just like you. When researching your choices for health care, find out how long the doctor has been in practice. What certificates does he have? How many patients does he see within …Read More

  8. Losing Weight Can Be Fun

    Some people think of weight loss as a dread, while others think of it as a lot of fun. Do you need to lose weight? I’m Doctor Marco DiBonaventura and I can help. I manage an integrative medicine office here in King of Prussia, where we specialize in helping people stay healthy and happy. One of the best ways to lose weight is simply to stay active. Think of all the great things you can do! …Read More

  9. Keep Your Brain Sharp

    You don’t need to let aging get the best of you. This is Doctor Marco DiBonaventura, a practitioner of functional medicine here in King of Prussia, and today I would like to talk to you about one way that you can work to avoid Alzheimer’s Disease as a senior adult. Keeping your brain active and sharp can help it to stay healthy. This can include playing a board game with your spouse, …Read More

  10. The Physical Implications of Stress

    A person not only looks unpleasant on the outside when they are stressed. Their insides feel it, too. I’m Doctor Marco DiBonaventura, a practitioner of integrated medicine in King of Prussia. Today, I would like to tell you a little about the physical implications of stress. When you are angry or sad, you can probably feel your blood pressure rising. You may also notice a headache coming on…Read More