Sunday, February 12, 2012

Dean ornish

  • New studies seem to point out that a plant-based diet is needed for optimal cardiovascular and physical health. Dr.
  • (Global Nation)
  • There is a feeling of excitement and community. Everyone gets onto the same page, when often the pages are scattered. Dr.
  • (New Castle News)
  • Theres reason to believe that a low-fat vegetarian diet is the cornerstone of Dr. Dean Ornishs famed program for reversing heart disease. It works. No question about it, says Tim Byers, M.D.
  • (Examiner)
  • Dean Ornish (author of Dr Dean Ornish's Program for Reversing Heart Disease) had his patients use simple yoga exercises, a daily walk, meditation and a low-fat diet and proved scientifically that heart disease can be reversed.
  • (National Heart Month - Peterborough Evening Telegraph)
  • This post is too short for me to detail how such a revolutionary change occurred in genetic thinking, so I will only point to the findings of Dr.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Very effective cholesterol-lowering programs have been developed by Dr. Julian Whitaker MD, Dr. Dean Ornish MD, and Dr. Hans Diehl. These programs are based on low fat diets, exercise and stress reduction.
  • (Patch)
  • This means reducing our fat intake. The power of vegetarian diet in a cardiovascular health program was recognized in a now famous study by Dr. Dean Ornish. The Ornish study placed heart patients on a protocol of healthy vegetarian foods daily exercise and relaxation.
  • (Global Nation)
  • I was invited to the premier and to be part of a town hall-type discussion with others who were interviewed for the film, including famed cardiologist Dr. Dean Ornish and Dr. Don Berwick, who served until recently as head of the U.S.
  • (Common Dreams)
  • In fact, there are many healthy eating patterns. Drs. Dean Ornish and Neal Barnard have shown that a meatless eating plan can reduce heart disease and diabetes.
  • (Free Lance-Star)

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