Dr. Dean Ornish

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.
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
The application of yogic techniques to affect specific changes in vital functioning of the body's organs and systems allows
That this concept was short lived was the center of conversation last night with my friend Evan. His belief was that there
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.
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.
San Franciscans love a little Hollywood stardust, especially when it arrives at their doorstep attached to a pressing cause
Through lifestyle changes, heart disease, early-stage prostate cancer, diabetes and even aging seem to be reversed, he said
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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.