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Thomas M. Campbell II, MD is a physician, a best-selling co-author of The China Study, researcher, and educator. He has developed groundbreaking clinical and research programs at the University of Rochester and has worked with many hundreds of patients to prevent and treat illness using optimal diet and lifestyle. More recently, he has a small online clinical practice at MyPlantBasedProgram.com. He is also author of The China Study Solution, the practical “how-to” guide to implement the China Study recommendations and course co-author of the extremely popular Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate offered by eCornell and the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies. Dr. Campbell is a graduate of Cornell University and went on to get his medical degree from the University at Buffalo School of Medicine. He completed residency training in Family Medicine at the University of Rochester, Highland Hospital. He has published multiple papers in the scientific literature and has presented widely on the topic of plant-based nutrition. He has completed multiple marathons.

What Is a Processed Food vs a Whole Food?
What Is a Processed Food vs a Whole Food?

There’s a lot of talk about “processed” foods, but what does the distinction mean, and is it the most helpful way to think about your food choices?


Treating Kidney Disease With Plant-Based Nutrition
Treating Kidney Disease With Plant-Based Nutrition

Dr. Thomas Campbell and his team recently published results from a case study featuring one of their patients with type 2 diabetes, hypertension and stage 3 chronic kidney disease (CKD), hyperphosphataemia and borderline hyperkalaemia. Read an excerpt from the published paper, “Plant-based dietary approach to stage 3 chronic kidney disease with hyperphosphataemia.”


Results From 8-Week Whole Food, Plant-Based Study Are a Success
Results From 8-Week Whole Food, Plant-Based Study Are a Success

Dr. Thomas Campbell and his team recently published results from their highly successful whole food, plant-based nutrition lifestyle modification program. Read an excerpt from the published paper, “Evaluation of an Eight-Week Whole-Food Plant-Based Lifestyle Modification Program.


Plant-Based Nutrition and Stroke Risk
Plant-Based Nutrition and Stroke Risk

The purpose of this review is to briefly examine selected evidence suggestive of nutrition, particularly plant-based nutrition, being a determinant of stroke incidence and mortality.


A Doctor’s Tips for Choosing a Plant-Based Milk
A Doctor’s Tips for Choosing a Plant-Based Milk

Overall I find the fact that there are so many plant-based milks available, a positive market trend, making it easier than ever to eliminate animal milk from the diet.


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