Dr. Tom Campbell explores the most recent wave of popular nutrition information claiming a high-fat diet is the key to weight loss.
Thomas Campbell, MD
There are dozens of autoimmune diseases including common ones like Psoriasis, Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Thyroid, Celiac and Graves Disease.
To prevent and treat erectile dysfunction (ED), step away from the steak, hot dogs, and chicken wings and try some beans, fruit, vegetables and exercise.
Although whole food, plant based nutrition is not exactly the “new normal” yet, 2015 showed signs of trending popularity as well as scientific research.
People with chronic kidney disease (CKD) who eat a greater ratio of plant to animal protein live longer, according to a recent study.
Whether we are “Eating our feelings,” or “feeling what we eat,” it’s all connected.
What is real and what is overblown in the growing number of gluten intolerance cases? Maybe sugar, fat, dairy and salt have something to do with it…
Are the Masai and Inuits as healthy as the Paleo enthusiasts make them out to be?
Center for Nutrition Studies Medical Director Tom Campbell, MD reports that his new University of Rochester Program for Nutrition in Medicine will educate patients, the community, and the medical system about a whole food, plant-based diet.