Pamela McDonald is a leading integrative-medicine nurse-practitioner, author, and international speaker who has focused her work on the prevention of chronic illness, especially heart and Alzheimerâ€™s disease.
Pam has used her advanced specialty training in surgery, womenâ€™s health care, adult primary care, pediatrics, pediatric obesity, family practice, heart-disease prevention, nutrition, exercise sports medicine, mind-body medicine, energy medicine, and botanical medicine to develop the groundbreaking Apo E Gene Diet.
<br><br> The foundation of her work utilizes the bodyâ€™s own unique genetic expression in combination with its innate healing system. She brings together leading-edge tools in medical science and technology, as well as todayâ€™s rigorous scientific research. This enables her to prescribe a personalized patient program that honors each individualâ€™s mind, body, emotion, and spirit, while using resources such as organic whole food, exercise therapies, and effective behavioral changesâ€”all coming together in a powerful healing solution.
Pam was born in Paisley, Scotland, and grew up in the southernmost part of England. Originally trained as a nurse at the Royal Hospital of St. Bartholomewâ€™s in London, England, she now lives in Northern California with her husband, Rick, and their three children.