Dr. Dean Ornish

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The study does not report that vegetarianism increases the risk of heart disease, cancer, or any other bad outcome. Nothing of the sort. Not even close.
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By rallying to the mandate of the evidence-based, consensus-based fundamentals of health promoting, sustainable living and eating -- I believe we can accomplish something for public health and the human condition that is, quite simply -- out of this world
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The third aspect to yoga therapy addresses the spiritual component of our nature. Sacred texts of all spiritual paths and
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The Human Genome Project determined that the human genetic code was smaller than expected, about 22,000 genes, which is "more
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The dangerous excesses of salt, sugar, fat, additives, preservatives, food colorings, and chemical flavoring that describe Big Food in hospitals simply can no longer be tolerated. Medical activists must speak up and demand that junk food go the way of cigarettes on hospital campuses.
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We all want to wake up every morning feeling confident and happy, knowing that we're accomplishing something good for ourselves. We want to feel like we've spent our day making the right choices. That the daily goal you reached has helped your mind, body and soul.
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Dr. Dean Ornish, Leading cardiologist/Consultant to President Clinton, with Zem Joaquin The event, which included a dinner
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For the last 37 years, Dr. Dean Ornish, M.D., Huffington Post Medical Editor and founder and president of the Preventive
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We all know that eating well and exercising are key factors to living a healthy life -- but is there another way that we
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HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. As part of our ongoing series, we talk to HuffPost Medical Editor Dr. Dean Ornish about how he helped change President Bill Clinton's diet.
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I consider it a societal travesty that hyperendemic obesity and the metabolic mayhem that often follows in its wake are treated ever more frequently, in ever younger people, under general anesthesia. Our answer to obesity is, it seems, oblivion.
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At the Symposium, keynote speaker and HuffPost Medical Editor Dr. Dean Ornish, author, president and founder of the Preventive
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As lifestyle medicine takes off, my hope is that while caring for one's health through better diet and regular exercise is a progressive step forward, considering the "whole person" rightfully includes tending to the thoughts we think on a regular basis.
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Yoga therapy encompasses not only the body and the movements we do on the yoga mat, but how we live and treat others and ourselves off the mat, which is ultimately what matters for a healthy and whole life.
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You'd think that the country that spends the most on health care -- that would be us -- would have the world's best health outcomes. Far from it. Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare describes how health care in America has turned into a business.
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So on Monday, October 1, is World Vegetarian Day--the kickoff for Vegetarian Awareness Month than runs throughout October. If you've been toying with the idea of going vegetarian, then let me be your cheerleader, and let the following lists inform and inspire! Good luck...and please share your journey!
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Eating some meat, preferably from lean, well-fed, well-exercised, and kindly tended animals is assuredly consistent with human health. But the health of humans and the planet argue consistently for Michael Pollan's excellent and pithy advice: Eat food, not too much, mostly plants.
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Small changes in life can make a big difference. Meatless Monday is a step toward developing better habits. You can do it -- and you should feel better.
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The success has been measurable, according to the team's findings. Adherence to the program has been 85 to 90 percent at