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March 21, 2014

Dr. John Westerdahl Interviews Jay M. Hoffman, Ph.D. – Nutritionist and Longevity Expert, President Emeritus of the National Geriatrics Society (Part 2)

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Dr. John Westerdahl Interviews Jay M. Hoffman, Ph.D. – Nutritionist and Longevity Expert, President Emeritus of the National Geriatrics Society (Part 2)

Today on Health & Longevity, Dr. John Westerdahl features guest Jay M. Hoffman, Ph.D. – Nutritionist and Longevity Expert, President Emeritus of the National Geriatrics Society. This program is Part 2 of a special classic lecture presentation by Dr. Jay M. Hoffman entitled, What’s Wrong With Meat?  Dr. Hoffman was a leading expert and pioneering nutritionist in the field of nutrition, health and longevity.  In this lecture, Dr. Hoffman discusses the health problems associated with eating meat and the benefits of eating a healthy vegetarian diet.

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Jay M. Hoffman, Ph.D.

Dr. John Wes­t­er­dahl, PhD, MPH, RD, CNS
Dr. John Wes­t­er­dahl, PhD, MPH, RD, CNS

 

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