All news articles for December 17, 2014

Jeffrey Bland, PhD, at the 2014 Thought Leaders Consortium

PLMI 2014 Thought Leaders Consortium

The dietary supplement industry and 21st Century healthcare

By Jeffrey Bland, PhD, President, Personalized Lifestyle Medicine Institute

We are witnessing a revolution in healthcare comparable in impact to that which occurred at the turn of the last century with the discovery of the origin of infectious disease.

Source: PLMI

PLMI 2014 THOUGHT LEADERS CONSORTIUM

‘The whole field of nutrition is in the dark ages’: Dr Lee Hood

By Stephen DANIELLS

The market capital of a wellness industry that aims to promote and maintain good health will vastly exceed the current treatment-focused disease industry, says Dr Lee Hood, MD, PhD, President & Co-Founder, Institute for Systems Biology.

Nutritional Armor: Dietary Supplements in the Military

Nutritional Armor: Dietary Supplements in the Military

By Wayne B. Jonas, MD, President & CEO, Samueli Institute

A recent special issue to in the medical journal Military Medicine marks a shift in attitude and approach to dietary supplements by the U.S. military. 

Dr Ritz (right) chats with Dr Jeffrey Bland (left) from the Personalized Lifestyle Medicine Institute at the recent Thought Leaders Consortium 2014

PLMI 2014 Thought Leaders Consortium

Strategic product development for a personalized, practitioner-driven approach to cardiovascular, metabolic, and cognitive health

By Barry W. Ritz, PhD, VP Scientific and Regulatory Affairs, Atrium Innovations Inc

Developing innovative dietary supplement products for nutrition-trained or functional medicine practitioners who engage in a personalized approach to patient management presents interesting challenges and opportunities. How do you develop, manufacture...

‘Lifestyle medicine is the right idea at the right time’: Dean Ornish, MD

PLMI 2014 Thought Leaders Consortium

‘Lifestyle medicine is the right idea at the right time’: Dean Ornish, MD

By Stephen Daniells

Eat well, stress less, move more and love more: These four simple principles of lifestyle changes have been shown to have significant benefits in managing chronic disease risk, influencing aging, and reducing health care costs. And that’s why lifestyle...

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