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Richard Stantiford Apr 20
Nice! is the future of Healthcare! The Medical model seems obsessed with prescribing drugs to treat modern day chronic disease rather than encouraging lifestyle approaches. No surprises as Pharma grooms medical students from outset. 🙄
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ACRM Lifestyle Medicine Group 15h
A big welcome to to professor at who is a champion of there! 🤝
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Dr. Spencer Nadolsky Apr 16
Nothing in medicine is more gratifying to me than getting someone off medicines and massively improving their quality of life using lifestyle.
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LaurenLakayz 15h
We at the Brookfield centre for lifestyle medicine Abuja Nigeria also celebrated the earthday 2019
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Pathways to Wholeness Lifestyle Medicine Apr 20
drgeorgecho teaching youth about the importance of fiber. It’s so exciting to share eating and with young people. We need to get them when they’re young!…
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Dr. Mark Rowe 20h
Take care of them both. Self care is a gift to you and everyone that matters in your life. You only have one body and we only have one life.
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Brendan Byrne Apr 15
After listening to and - it seems like a key set of data is missing - would love to see sleep behaviours stratified in future studies. Still this is the beginning of a precision approach to T2DM
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LaurenLakayz 15h
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Theresa Bates🇬🇧🦁 Apr 21
Replying to @FructoseNo
My eldest clients (87-92) take no cholesterol meds or refuse them. They still have all their faculties, some joint issues but mostly mobile. They look at younger, sick family members and feel they are obviously doing the right thing.
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Martin Tull Apr 19
Dr. Dent, thank you for your efforts there creating the lifestyle medicine center & engaging your community in a rare example of leadership. We need more enlightened healthcare executives to improve outcomes & deliver a true . Carry on!
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Lara Crowther 21h
So much that I thought I’d make the kids some rhubarb & strawberry . Sweet stuff isn’t my thing so we’ll see how it goes!
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Valia Lifestyle Apr 18
Adequate intake of certain nutrients is associated with a reduction in all-cause mortality when the nutrient source is foods, but not supplements, according to a new study.
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David B Bernstein Apr 20
Thanks Dr. Gupta for giving this crucial shout out to plant based diets as treatment for heart disease. Many of us have been pushing to get the USA on this bandwagon. Welcome aboard. ,
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Dr. Mark Rowe Apr 19
‘Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve it.’~ Plato
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Dr. Jay Wrigley 14h
Nootropics is a fascinating field. Using targeted supplementation to enhance cognitive, hormonal and other physiological functions along with a low carbohydrate higher protein diet can produce dramatic results
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Valia Lifestyle Apr 18
Eating even a moderate amount of red or processed meat is linked with an increased risk of colorectal (bowel) cancer, according to a new study released yesterday.
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SMRV_LOE Apr 18
May Your THOUGHTS of Good Health REPLINISH YOUR SPIRIT
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Beth Frates, MD 20h
"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." Hippocrates
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Pathways to Wholeness Lifestyle Medicine Apr 21
Giving out free copies of Neal Barnards new book Vegan Starter Kit! Take our quiz for a chance to win! @ The International Centre
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Valia Lifestyle Apr 19
Vitamins and supplements can't replace a balanced diet.
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