Success in the Marshall Islands has inspired educators with hope for the Pima tribes of Arizona. Food, not genetics, will turn the diabetes epidemic around.
As we age, we all make choices about our future health. Growing old doesn’t mean you have to become frail. You can still thrive & enjoy life.
After 5 coronary artery bypasses, 8 stents, angina and depression, Patricia knew her doctors could not fix her. Then she found a plant-based cardiologist.
A 7th generation Texan lost 140 pounds on a plant-based diet. It didn’t just save his life, but gave him an entirely new one!
A social entrepreneur and Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate graduate is tackling the diabetes epidemic with her small business in Guatemala.
Findings are the opposite of what so many diabetics, particularly with type 1 diabetes, are taught about diet.
My life has completely changed since I adopted a whole food, plant-based diet and lifestyle in September 2010.
Will cancer researchers notice one of the most intriguing reports on cancer and nutrition in decades?
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.