Dr. Shane Williams obtained his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Doctor of Medicine and 3 year post-graduate fellowship program in Internal Medicine at the Memorial University of Newfoundland. After completing his Cardiology Subspecialty Fellowship at McMaster University in Hamilton, he opened his private practice in Cardiology and Internal Medicine and stumbled across a copy of the book ‘The China Study’.
After changing his diet and enjoying many health benefits, he’s been incorporating nutritional education and training into the care of his clinic patients. He considers himself very lucky to have witnessed so many of his patients often completely turn their health around once they learn and implement the scientifically proven, optimal nutritional approach for humans – a whole foods, plant-based diet. He’s passionate about bringing this information to as many people as possible so they too can become empowered to both safeguard and improve their health.
Important topics and points you don't want to miss:
>> Why and how Dr. Williams changed his practice from ‘all conventional’ to combining pills with lifestyle and nutrition.
>> A few predictors Dr. Williams has noticed of patients who end up making long-term changes in their lives, versus those who don’t.
>> The recent controversy about red meat and processed meat. A few new meta-analyses suggested we should continue to consume these meats, since they pose low health risks. Learn the full story - and why this isn't accurate.
Connect with Dr. Williams:
>> Williams Cardiology website
>> Williams Cardiology on Facebook
>> Williams Cardiology on Instagram
>> Williams Cardiology on Twitter
>> Williams Cardiology on YouTube
>> Check out this summary article of the new studies on red and processed meats.
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