Bryan D. Jackson is a whole food, plant-based (WFPB) nutrition advocate with a master's degree in theological studies. His postgraduate work includes advanced clinical pastoral education (CPE) and family systems theory at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family in Washington, DC. A two-time cancer survivor, he is convinced that the future of cancer treatment will hail WFPB nutrition as its first line of defense. He is a member of the Cherokee Community of Puget Sound and the Mt. Hood Cherokees.
Although modern medicine’s first inclination is to fight disease, Bryan Jackson, cancer and heart attack survivor, suggests a friendlier approach- one that not only helps slow or reverse disease but helps the whole person.
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