Dr. Baxter Montgomery
I found this older two-part series about his clinic and practice...well worth watching, as well:
Optimal Health with Baxter Montgomery, M.D. P1/2
Optimal Health with Baxter Montgomery, M.D. P2/2
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For anyone who will be in Utah, I'm presenting on the Word of Wisdom on Thursday, August 17 from 12:05 to 12:50 p.m. on the Brigham Young University campus, room 2107 JKB. Here is the description: "Unlike traditional diets which are filled with do's and don'ts, the dietary counsel in the Word of Wisdom is principle based. This allows each of us to seek the Lord’s counsel to apply the wisdom we find in it. In this presentation, Jane Birch will discuss the power of diet in preventing and reversing chronic disease and encourage participants to explore the three dietary principles in the Word of Wisdom. How can this wisdom help us receive health in the navel and marrow in the bones so that the “destroying angel” might pass us by (D&C 89:18-21)?"
I don't believe you need to register to attend!
Discovering the Word of Wisdom Unlike traditional diets which are filled with do's and don'ts, the dietary counsel in the Word of Wisdom is principle based. This allows each of us to seek the Lord’s counsel to apply the wisdom we find in it. In this…
The next whole food, plant-based potluck in Provo, Utah is on FRIDAY August 25. This is a GREAT way to try a variety of delicious whole food, plant-based foods and to get to know others who are interested in this way of eating.
I also need folks to volunteer to help with set-up, thanks! If you are interested in attending, you can find more info and RSVP here. https://goo.gl/forms/D3RqsdEsLVHubUnv1
Facebook post: https://www.facebook.com/events/1714290162212719/
Provo Whole Food, Plant-based Potluck
Whole Food, Plant-based (WFPB) Potluck in Provo, Utah Hosted by Jane Birch Date: FRIDAY, August 25, 2017 Time: 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. (short program about 6:45 pm) Place: Shadowbrook Condo Clubhouse, 3300 N. Shadowbrook, Provo, Utah…
About five minutes into the video "Discovering the Word of Wisdom " there is a series of amazing before and after photos. Today in Meridian Magazine I feature some of the stories behind these before and after photos. Each one tells a powerful tale of the blessings that come from embracing a Word of Wisdom diet. I love these stories; they are about much more than weight loss. They are about faith and hope! The blessings in the Word of Wisdom are not just for a select few; they are for all of God's children!
Discovering the Word of Wisdom: Before and After Photos
Here are three stories of individuals whose lives were transformed by embracing the Word of Wisdom. Each one tells a powerful tale of the blessings that come
LDSMAG.COM http://ldsmag.com/discovering-the-word- ... er-photos/
The stories I’ve shared here are not isolated cases. Many people have amazing stories to tell about transforming their lives by embracing the principles found in the Word of Wisdom. Many of these people are not even LDS and have never heard of the Word of Wisdom, and yet God is leading them to these same principles that are so plainly stated in our scriptures. These are God’s principles for health for all the world, not just Latter-days Saints!
I invite you to take the leap of faith. Let’s have faith in the Lord’s counsel in the Word of Wisdom. Let’s experiment on His word. Let’s have hope that our lives can dramatically improve, no matter what our current situation.
For help on embracing a healthy Word of Wisdom diet, see: “Getting Started on a Whole Food, Plant-based Word of Wisdom Diet”
Whole food, plant-based expert Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, star of Forks Over Knives, will be presenting in Utah this October, along with his wife and many other amazing people at the FIRST EVER whole food, plant-based symposiums in Utah! Be sure to register early to get the discount, as this event is sure to sell out!
Well, feel free to post your results here, from time to time, as I, and perhaps others need to know.
I am getting a enthused some, too, and I like to try new things, though not too sure how to go about this.David13 wrote: ↑Tue Aug 15, 2017 2:08 pmWell, feel free to post your results here, from time to time, as I, and perhaps others need to know.
Omnivore - consumes plants and animals. Most people in our society fall into this category.passionflower wrote: ↑Wed Aug 16, 2017 9:56 pmI am getting enthused some, too, and I like to try new things, though not too sure how to go about this.David13 wrote: ↑Tue Aug 15, 2017 2:08 pmWell, feel free to post your results here, from time to time, as I, and perhaps others need to know.
What is the difference between a vegan diet and a plant based diet? When I hear the word "vegan" i get visions of animal rights activists destroying chicken farms, driving butcher shops out of business, and harassing innocent people out fishing for the day.
Neal D. Barnard (born 1953) is an American doctor, author, clinical researcher, and founding president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). As of 2015, he is an adjunct associate professor of medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. He founded the Barnard Medical Center in 2016.
Barnard has written 17 books about nutrition, including the Dr. Barnard's Program for Reversing Diabetes and 21-Day Kickstart and Power Foods for the Brain.
He appears in the 2011 documentary feature film Forks Over Knives, a film that traces the careers of T. Colin Campbell and Caldwell Esselstyn. He also appears in the documentary Mad Cowboy.
dconrad000 wrote: ↑Wed Aug 02, 2017 3:04 pm"What the Health" film, referenced in the above post is no longer available on YouTube. Here is a link to watch the full film elsewhere:
I just noticed that you can watch the full film, "Forks Over Knives" there as well:
This is a great new whole food, plant-based (WFPB) documentary starring many WFPB experts. It documents the WFPB explosion in a small town of Texas, Marshall and says a lot about the power of this diet and the difference it makes in the lives of people, whether they are famous or not!
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