The whole food, plant-based diet continues to gain popularity as public figures and science promote the favorable consequences of this healthful lifestyle.
Thomas Campbell, MD
Light, moderate or high risk drinking? Research indicates there may be hazards associated with increased levels of alcohol consumption.
Significant findings reported in a JAMA Internal Medicine article Association of Animal and Plant Protein Intake With All-Cause and Cause-Specific Mortality.
Tom Campbell, MD presents some very important points, not often discussed by medical professionals, which could save you time, money and unnecessary grief.
Findings are the opposite of what so many diabetics, particularly with type 1 diabetes, are taught about diet.
Dr. Tom Campbell explores the most recent wave of popular nutrition information claiming a high-fat diet is the key to weight loss.
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.