Nutrition, defined as what one eats, is one piece of a complex equation when considering health. As pharmacists we assess disease states and plan treatments, but what is often overlooked is how a person's lifestyle can affect their overall wellness. As it is becoming increasingly popular to view an individual as a whole, one's lifestyle, specifically food choices, has become an essential component. This idea is known as "integrative medicine." In pharmacy school, there is very little taught about food choices and lifestyle management when disease states and their treatments are discussed, as our main focus is disease and symptom management using pharmacotherapy.