In a past teleconference, Hyla Cass, MD discussed her latest book about nutrient deficiency.
Annemarie Colbin’s long awaited new book, “The Whole-Food Guide to Strong Bones – a holistic approach” is being released this month with great accolades.
The book covers: what puts you at risk for fractures; how the nutrients in whole foods build bone mass; which foods weaken the bones; why estrogen therapy, calcium supplements, and prescription medications are not the answer; as well as over 85 easy recipes for building strong bones.
“The bones of the body renew themselves every seven years. With the wholesome wisdom of this book, you can help your bones provide a firm scaffold for your body.” —Mehmet Oz, MD
Join Dr. Colbin as we discuss her new book, her work, and how she applies concepts from contemporary science to better understanding food and health. Register today!
Whole Food Guide to Strong Bones, with Annemarie Colbin, Ph.D.
February 26, 2009 | 12 noon (EST)
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About Annemarie Colbin, Ph.D.
Annemarie Colbin is a health educator and an award-winning writer, consultant and lecturer. She is the founder and CEO of a natural gourmet culinary arts institute in New York City, which offers career programs and public classes in health-supportive cooking and natural healing. She also teaches frequently at Empire State College, the Open Center, and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She has spoken at many wellness conferences, and has offered lunchtime wellness seminars at numerous organizations. Dr Colbin has an author of nutritional cook books and her column “Food and Your Health” has been appearing in New York Spirit (formerly Free Spirit) Magazine since 1988, and her articles have been published in the US as well as abroad. She has recently written a new book to be published in February 2009. Dr Colbin offers private wellness consultations, and is generally recognized as an expert in the uses of food for health.