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Prevention is the cure: Educate. Equip. Empower.

The International Plant-Based Nutrition Healthcare Conference (PBNHC) has been attended by physicians from over twenty four countries and medical professionals from across the nation. This CME accredited event has received rave reviews from conference registrants, with event surveys including comments such as this: “I’ve been going to medical conferences for 30 years, and this is the best I’ve ever attended.”
 
Conference faculty has included Drs. Caldwell Esselstyn, T. Colin Campbell, William Li, Dean Ornish, Neal Barnard, Scott Stoll, Thomas Campbell, II, Doug Lisle, Susan Blum, Micaela Karlsen, Michael Greger, James Loomis, Jr., Michael Klaper, Michele Simon, John McDougall, Phil Tuso, Terry Mason and Benjamin Ha—all espousing the efficacy of whole food, plant-based nutrition in its ability to prevent, suspend and reverse much of the degenerative disease that is crippling our nation and the Western world.

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Allan Goodwin, MD, Rheumatologist

Dr. Goodwin shares his conference experience, saying it’s within our hands to change healthcare in America.

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Jim Conway, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon

Dr. Conway on his heart disease reversal with plant-based nutrition — how it’s transformed his life and is impacting his patients.

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Reginald Mason, MD, Critical Care Specialist

Rave reviews from Dr. Mason about the inaugural conference — now seeing preventive, nutritional medicine as real healthcare transformation.

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Neal Barnard, MD, Conference Faculty

Most of the chronic conditions afflicting us aren’t due to a deficiency of medicine but, rather, by the things we’re putting on our plates. Doctors are starting to understand that the best treatment approach is food first.

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Michael Klaper, MD, Conference Faculty

If there was a pill that produced the effects of a plant-based dietary lifestyle, the formulator would be a trillionaire. Physician heal thyself has never been more true in relation to plant-based nutrition.

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Michael Greger, MD, Conference Faculty

We weren’t taught in medical school about clinical nutrition — the powerful tool in the physician toolbox. It can reinvigorate the idealist spark that drove us into the practice of medicine.

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Phil Tuso, MD, Conference Faculty

Dr. Tuso talks about the great public story: the story of now, the story of self, the story of us. It’s a compelling story. Plant-based nutrition is a great best practice—the greatest untold story that has yet to be told.

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Scott Stoll, MD, Conference Co-founder & Faculty

Dr. Stoll emphasizes the pressing need to get to the root cause of disease to see a significant change in healthcare. The primary root cause goes back to what we put in our mouths everyday. The literature undeniably finds that nutrition prevents and, many times, even reverses disease.

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Michael Klaper, MD, Conference Faculty

The vast majority of people in physician offices are there due to diseases caused by the Standard American Diet. Medical school didn’t prepare me for patients getting healthy, but indeed they do every day in my office because of plant-based nutrition.

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Scott Stoll, MD, Conference Co-founder & Faculty

In medical school we receive no more than four hours of nutritional training. A conference like this is so important because it gives medical professionals an opportunity to see a consolidated body of literature that supports the efficacy of plant-based nutrition. This undeniable science gives us confidence that we are practicing evidence-based medicine as we recommend this dietary lifestyle to our patients.