Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition offered through the T. Colin Campbell Foundation and eCornell.
What if there was a simple solution to the health crisis in America? What if there was an economical method to ensure robust health for yourself, your employees, and your family? Solutions exist. Start learning about the possibilities with the Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Foundation and eCornell.
- Earn your certificate in as little as six weeks
- Series of three, two week online courses
- Independent learning platform with on-line support for live instructors
- Work at your own pace from anywhere with an internet connection
- Participate in group discussions with students from around the world
- Attend live “office hour” chat sessions with your instructor
- Receive continuing education credits
China Study vs. Atkins Diet
Dr. Campbell and Eric Westman, M.D. debate at University of Alabama at Birmingham.
AltaMed Visionary Award
Dr. Campbell has been awarded the honor of the AltaMed Visionary Award for 2013.
Dr. Campbell and the WSJ
Dr. Campbell revisits a debate he had on October 12, 2009 with Dr. Nancy Rodriguez in the Wall Street Journal concerning the health benefits of a whole food, plant-based diet.
The Dr. Oz Show
Watch Dr. Campbell, Dr. Esselstyn, Lee Fulkerson and Dr. Neal Barnard on The Dr. Oz Show talking about the health benefits of a whole food, plant-based diet and their upcoming documentary Forks Over Knives.
To learn more about the benefits of a whole food, plant-based diet from the leading experts, click Courses to learn about the T. Colin Campbell Foundation courses in Plant-based nutrition.
New York Times Blog
6 years after its initial publishing, The China Study has begun to make waves on the national stage. Months after former President Bill Clinton spoke with CNN's Wolf Blitzer about his weight loss due to changing his diet after reading The China Study, The New York Times has joined the surge of recognition that has catapulted The China Study to #25 on Amazon.com's book sale list.
Read and comment on Tara Parker-Pope's article "Nutrition Advice From The China Study" on www.nytimes.com
Plant Based News
In a recent interview with Wolf Blitzer on CNN, former President Bill Clinton officially addressed the circulating rumors surrounding his dramatic weight loss and change in eating habits. When asked to describe the type of diet he was on, President Clinton explained, "The short answer is I went on essentially a plant-based diet. I live on beans, legumes, vegetables, fruit, and no dairy"
The former President credits both Dr. T. Colin Campbell, and his son, Dr. Thomas Campbell, authors of The China Study, as well as Drs. Caldwell Esselstyn and Dean Ornish for their pioneering work in the field of plant-based nutrition.
President Clinton went on to say that while a major reason for his transition to a plant-based diet was because of the prior cardiac events he experienced, with emotion behind his voice, he revealed that the true motivation for this healthier lifestyle was that he and his wife, the former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, "would like to be around if there are grandkids!"
To view the CNN interview, Click Here.
Dr T. Colin Campbell, Dr Caldwell B. Esselstyn Jr., and environmental scientist Professor Gidon Eshel are the heroes of the new award-winning documentary film PLANEAT, the story of these men's search for a diet, which is good for our health, and good for the future of the planet. The film features an additional cast of pioneering chefs and some of the best plant-based cooking you have ever seen.
Click here to watch PLANEAT by streaming to your computer. A share of the proceeds from the film streaming will be donated to the T Colin Campbell Foundation.
T. Colin Campbell on The Huffington Post:
Read Dr. T. Colin Campbell's article - Nutrition: The Future of Medicine - in the new Health Section of The Huffington Post about the future of medicine and the role nutrition can and should play in it.
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T. Colin Campbell on Huffington Post:
Read Dr. T. Colin Campbell's article in the Huffington Post about the misrepresentation of Low-Fat Diets and his discussion of health and nutrition.
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