Category Archives: Academic Freedom

Dr. Campbell’s Plant-Based Nutrition Course at Cornell

A reader asks if the course is worth the money. Short answer, a resounding YES. Since earning my “certificate” in plant-based nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and Cornell University in November of 2009, I have … Continue reading

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Academic freedom in peril? T. Colin Campbell at Cornell

Cornell decision to ax courses steps on academic freedom — Ithaca Journal Since most of us grew up eating the typical Western, a.k.a. the Standard American, Diet we have all assumed that it was the healthiest possible way for humans … Continue reading

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T. Colin Campbell — Ready to play “hardball” with health authorities

Dr. Campbell, his many colleagues around the world, and his foundation staff are ready to play some “hardball” when it comes to bringing the establishment on board regarding the health-promoting power of plant-based nutrition. His manifesto that follows begins with … Continue reading

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