First of all, congratulations and big smiles all around! This is such an amazing and tender time that is filled with excitement. Whether you are new to yoga or an avid practitioner, your body is dynamically changing, and things are shifting to accommodate these changes. I’m not going to give you a list of dos … Read More


When it comes to packing a lot of nutrients into a single food, avocados have pretty much cornered the market. They are the ultimate healthy fat, one of the best in helping your body absorb healthy nutrients from your vegetables. Avocados are also high in monounsaturated oleic acid, a “heart healthy” fatty acid. When consumed … Read More


We’re so excited to welcome Dr. Soyona Rafatjah to Parsley Health’s New York City practice. Soyona Rafatjah is an Integrative and Functional medicine physician. She graduated summa cum laude from University of Michigan with a BSE in Biomedical Engineering, received her medical degree from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, and did her residency … Read More

Low Testosterone

As Medical Director of Parsley Health LA, I see patients with significant hormone imbalances, like low testosterone, every single day. The first thing I do is determine the cause of the deficiency. Then we craft a highly personalized plan to rectify it. There is one case that really sticks out in my mind. Jared was in his early … Read More

Women's Day

In the past decade we’ve focused a lot on why women should stop obsessing about their bodies. It’s true—we tear ourselves apart, allow ourselves to be judged and even judge ourselves on our weight, butt shape, breast size, and everything else in between, except perhaps our accomplishments. All yet every day I see the opposite … Read More

Lilli Link Parsley Health

Parsley Health couldn’t be happier to welcome Dr. Lilli Link, MD to our practice in NYC. She’s currently seeing patients. Dr. Link is a board certified internist and has been practicing functional medicine since 2006. She completed her training in internal medicine in 1997 at New York Presbyterian Medical Center. She then continued her education, studying … Read More

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