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August 15–17, 2014 Friday–Sunday 2 nights
Continuing Education Credits

Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition

Presenter(s)
T. Colin Campbell, Thomas M. Campbell II, and Howard Jacobson
T. Colin Campbell

T. Colin Campbell, PhD, is the Jacob Gould Schurman Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry at Cornell University. Coauthor of the best-selling book The China Study, he has conducted original research in laboratory experiments and large-scale…
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Thomas M. Campbell II

Thomas M. Campbell II, MD, is an instructor of clinical family medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. A board-certified family physician, he practices in upstate New York. He also serves…
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Howard Jacobson

Howard Jacobson, PhD, is director of fitfam.com and contributing author, with T. Colin Campbell, of Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition. Howard acts as a filter for health and fitness information, separating truth from hype…
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Program Details

For everyone.

Our culture has forgotten how to eat for health, longevity, ideal weight, and pleasure. Research shows that diet is a better predictor of health and longevity than genes. In addition, a diet comprised mostly of whole plant foods has been shown to reverse heart disease, cancer, and many other conditions.

In this workshop, famed nutritional researcher T. Colin Campbell and his associates share the power of a whole-foods, plant-based (WFPB) diet, and draw back the curtain on a system that seeks to keep us confused, addicted, and dependent on drugs and surgery. Come learn how to

  • Appreciate the power of the WFPB diet to prevent and reverse many diseases
  • See through media misinformation and hype
  • Evaluate nutritional research through the lens of common sense
  • Make dietary choices that take the whole planet into account.

Explore the holistic nature of nutrition and all of life through guided meditation, imagery, and small-group activities.

CE Credits
This program is eligible for
  • 8 credits for Registered Dietitians (RD), $30 additional charge