Ornish

Or·nish

(ōr'nish),
Dean, contemporary U.S. physician. See: Ornish reversal diet.
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Additionally, Dave Springer joins Sharecare as president of Ornish Lifestyle Medicine, which also became part of Sharecare through the Healthways acquisition.
Colin Campbell (author of 'The China Study'), and Dean Ornish, MD (author of 'Program for Reversing Heart Disease') are known to have helped former US President Bill Clinton recover from heart disease by convincing him to go vegan.
Ornish and his colleagues allowed for 10% of calories from fat, 75% from complex carbohydrates, and 15% from protein (Govil, Weidner, Merritt-Worden, & Ornish, 2009; Koertge et al.
St Dominic's wanted to offer a scientifically proven program that not only helps people recover from a cardiac event or improves their outcome from an intervention like stenting or angioplasty, but also offer people a treatment alternative," says Sean Maily, director of the Ornish Reversal Program at St Dominic's.
Heart-Healthy Diets: The Ornish Diet scored highest in this category, followed by TLC and DASH.
The range of diets covered included, Atkins, South Beach, Zone, Biggest Loser, Jenny Craig, Nutrisystem, Volumetrics, Weight Watchers, Ornish and Rosemary Conley.
One of his newest ventures, The Ornish Spectrum, a program currently available in seven states, with a fourfold focus on diet, stress management, movement, and community support, is not just about disease prevention but joyous and engaged living.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 12, 2014-WellPoint Inc partners with Healthways Inc to offer the Dr Dean Ornish Program for Reversing Heart Disease
Dean Ornish, lead author of the study, said: "Our genes, and our telomeres, are not necessarily our fate.
The study was conducted by Dean Ornish at UC San Francisco and the Preventive Medicine Research Institute, investigated the effect of diet and lifestyle choices on health and disease.
Ornish is famous for advocating diets to reverse heart disease, but in Love and Survival he highlights scientific research on the impact of friendships, stress, and other social and psychological factors that affect our health.
In an editorial accompanying this report, Dean Ornish, MD, recommends eating plant-based foods and concludes, "In addition to their health benefits, the food choices we make each day affect other important areas as well.