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Dean Ornish, MD
Founder & President of the non-profit Preventive Medicine Research Institute. Eat Well, Move More, Stress Less, Love More.
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Dr. Mike Regan, DACM 18h
“Although 6 of 7 cardiologists agree that dietary interventions provide benefits for cardiovascular disease, the average doc spends fewer than 3 minutes discussing nutrition (American Journal of Medicine).” Thanks to innovative researchers like for leading the way!
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Beth Frates, MD Dec 2
One of the quickest+most effective ways to improve your mood---MOVE! Get some exercise. Taking some exercise is like taking about 11 medications+helps to ⬆️ mood, ⬇️ blood pressure, ⬆️ insulin sensitivity, ⬆️ creativity+ ⬇️ chances of heart disease. 🏃‍♀️
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Yolife Nov 15
Help others to find your PURPOSE! LOVE MORE is one of the four pillars of Dean Ornish's new book "UNDO IT! How Simple Lifestyle Changes Can Reverse Most Chronic Diseases". At Yolife, you find content on PURPOSE to improve your Healthy Longevity Journey!
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Joel Kahn MD, FACC Nov 28
Top Preventive Medicine Doctor on How to Avoid Getting Sick - Blue Zones
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Michael Greger, M.D. Nov 27
Plant-based eating may be more friendly on your shopping budget and medical costs.
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Physicians Committee Nov 26
Happy Thanksgiving from the Physicians Committee! We hope you have a safe and healthy holiday. Having a plant-based meal today? Let us know below. We'd love to hear what's on your menu!
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Deepak Chopra Nov 25
Thanksgiving Meditation
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Lifestyle Medicine Nov 26
May the Thanksgiving holiday bring you good things in abundance. Wishing you and your loved ones a joyous and gratitude-filled holiday.
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Deepak Chopra Nov 24
"Total Meditation - Practices in Living an Awakened Life" is now available... plus receive bonus gifts for a limited time. Visit my website for more information -
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Dean Ornish, MD Nov 24
Thanksgiving menu by : 🍂
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Dean Ornish, MD Nov 21
Meat is not good for your meat:
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Dean Ornish, MD Nov 21
Heartfelt congratulations!!
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Beth Frates, MD Nov 19
! Wishing you sound . If you are having trouble relaxing, try deep breathing or list 3 things for which you are . Another technique to try is thinking of someone you who has always supported you and think about why you love them so much.
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Dean Ornish, MD Nov 18
Join us for the 1st virtual Global Health & Wellbeing Coaching Symposium by on November 19-20 to level up your practice & celebrate all things health and wellness. Free to Health Coaches, Wellness Practitioners & Medical Professionals:
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Dean Ornish, MD Nov 18
Join us for the 1st virtual Global Health & Wellbeing Coaching Symposium by on November 19-20 to level up your practice & celebrate all things health and wellness. Free to Health Coaches, Wellness Practitioners & Medical Professionals:
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Neal Barnard, MD Nov 18
As COVID-19 rates continue to rise in the United States, it's important that we wear masks, continue to social distance, and stay as healthy as we possibly can with a healthy diet and lifestyle.
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Ken Jaques 🇨🇦 Nov 17
Okay, bad selfie aside, along with showing that I'm a Leafs fan, I'm diving into "Undo It", by and Anne Ornish. Looking forward to reading more about his "unifying theory".
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Dean Ornish, MD Nov 17
Replying to @kenjaques
I hope you enjoy it.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Nov 17
Just a few small servings of nuts a week may increase our lifespan and lower cancer risk.
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Gabe Canales Nov 17
Lifestyle matters.
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