Will You Be Ready to Advise Patients on Good Nutrition?

Medical training often leaves little time to learn about nutrition. But heart disease, diabetes, and other diet-related diseases kill more Americans than any other cause. Do you want to be able to help patients break away from unhealthy diets? We’ll show you how.

The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is offering medical students a complimentary subscription to PCRM’s quarterly magazine, Good Medicine to help them stay up-to-date on the latest research on diet and disease.

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Resources for Medical Students

Nutrition guide for Clinicians

Nutrition Guide for Clinicians free app 

This comprehensive, portable medical reference manual covers nearly 100 diseases and conditions and provides the latest evidence-based information on nutrition’s role in prevention and treatment. Download the Guide for free from Google Play or the Apple Store.

Food for Life Resources for Diabetes

PCRM offers valuable professional and patient resources regarding nutrition as a highly effective approach in managing diabetes.

Good Medicine

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