Tom Fisher, R.N., B.A., is a Nurse Supervisor, Certified Health Educator, and stage IV cancer survivor. Tom has studied under some of the top integrative medical practitioners in the world, including studying integrative medicine with Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine and the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. He holds a B.A. in Psychology from Kutztown University and R.N. training from Roxborough Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. Tom has lectured throughout the United States on health and nutrition. He is a Hippocrates Health Educator instructor. He has also written and edited many articles for the Hippocrates magazine, Healing our World.
Tom grew up in Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love. He lived on the standard American diet (SAD) and this meant consuming copious amounts of meat, dairy and sugar. However, having been a collegiate athlete, he also exercised a great deal. After not feeling well for a period of time and many medical tests, Tom was diagnosed with stage IV lymphoma in his late twenties. After Tom’s experience with cancer, he chose to dedicate his life to educating the public about the benefits of living foods and lifestyle modification. He has integrated these principles into his daily life to keep healthy and happy, “now 17 years’ cancer free”. Tom is passionate about empowering people with the living foods lifestyle and enjoys his work, which includes providing clients with nutritionally based health consultations. Tom has consulted with people from all over the world with various health challenges for seven years at the Hippocrates Health Institute and for many years before Hippocrates.