Planting the Seeds of Change with Dr. Scott Stoll and Tom Dunnam

The Plantrician Project has been leading the movement to educate the healthcare community about the benefits of whole food, plant-based nutrition for the better part of the past decade. The Project is a proud partner of Plant Based World Conference & Expo where they programmed the education for the CE-credited Health Summit featuring many of the…

MEDICAL NEWS TODAY: Plant-Based Eating to Lower Diabetes Risk

A new Harvard study has furthered the research linking plant-based eating to a lower risk of type 2 diabetes. Check out the full recap from Medical News Today here: One of the main risk factors for type 2 diabetes — the most common form of diabetes — is diet. However, this is a modifiable entity,…

NUTRIENTS: Plant-Based Diet Reduces Risk of Diabetes

A plant-based diet can be used to greatly reduce the risk of diabetes according to a new study published by Nutrients. Physicians Committee researchers posit that because the intervention group experienced weight loss, including loss of body fat, their fasting insulin resistance decreased (i.e. improved), and their beta-cell function improved as a result. “If nothing changes,…

THE PLANTRICIAN PROJECT: Uniting the Worlds of Healthcare and Plant-Based Eating

The non-profit Plantrician Project describes their mission: A nation—and world—in which the vast majority of physicians and healthcare professionals have experienced the dietary paradigm shift, enthusiastically embracing the health-protecting power of plant-based nutrition; in turn, effectively promoting patient and client adoption of a predominantly whole food, plant-based (WFPB) lifestyle. The result: Sustainability of human health and…