Dr. Scott Stoll on plant-based living from his perspective as both an MD and an evangelical Christian.
Dr. Stoll is the co-founder of the Plantrician Project, the International Plant Based Nutrition Healthcare Conference, the International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention, and the Regenerative Health Institute, a unique collaborative project with the Rodale Institute that integrates health. He is a member of the Google FoodLab, serves on the advisory board at Whole Foods for their healthcare clinics and served as a member of the Whole Foods scientific and medical advisory board. Dr.Stoll is the Chairman of the board for the Plantrician Project and chief medical director for the Rouxbe cooking school.
Every year Dr. Stoll hosts the very popular one week health immersion, Dr. Stoll’s total health immersion in Naples, Florida, and helps attendees recover lost health, overcome addictions, and restore emotional balance. In addition to authoring several books and scientific articles, Dr. Stoll has appeared on numerous national shows including the Dr. Oz show, hosting a 2018 PBS special Food As Medicine, and numerous documentaries including Eating You Alive, Wait till its Free, and The Game Changers. As well as being a published author and member of the 1994 Olympic Bobsled Team, he is a highly sought-after international speaker. Dr. Stoll and his family live in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
This is one of my favorite interviews ever! Dr. Stoll is so knowledgable and so articulate. I found myself smiling all through the live show. Here’s a quote: “The only thing we really own in life is our choices.” Yowza! And he also shares a nutritional study that explains how the deeply colored plant foods blow the pale ones out of the water, even though just about all plant foods are terrific.
Blast from the past! ~ If you’re fascinated by Dr. Stoll’s outreach to the Christian community, you’ll enjoy this episode with business journalist and Today Show contributor Suzy Welch (her husband, Jack Welch, is the legendary former CEO of GE) and her daughter, Eve Wetlaufer. Suzy is a devout evangelical Christian. Eve is more of an eclectic seeker. They’re both dedicated vegans and animal activists.
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