What does it mean to live a good life? Is it a life lived as healthy as possible? As energetically as possible? As “alive” as possible? At the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies, we believe it is all these things. A life lived with less uncertainty about maintaining health and more focus on building happiness – enjoying our work, our leisure, and our loved ones to the fullest.
We call this living a whole life — a life scientifically proven to be achieved by doing a very simple thing: understanding and implementing a whole food, plant-based diet.
Our society is at a critical crossroads. Accepted norms and business interests are at odds with scientific discovery. The work we do strives to educate and awaken as many minds as possible, so that collectively we may choose the wiser path – one of whole nutrition, leading to whole health, and allowing us to live stronger, healthier, happier lives. Whole lives.
The T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in Ithaca, NY home of Cornell University. The Center was established to advocate Dr. T. Colin Campbell’s life changing research findings with the world through a variety of resources including a robust website with articles, recipes, a monthly newsletter and more.
Since 2009 our online Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition education program has empowered thousands of individuals to understand and implement the “live a whole life” philosophy in a broad variety of endeavours.