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AJLM Fall 2016 Issue

Lifestyle Medicine: Continued Growth and Evolution
James M. Rippe

American College of Lifestyle Medicine Expert Panel Discussion: Lifestyle Medicine Integrating Evidence Into Practice 2015
James M. Rippe, Robert Boone, Amy Mechley, Michael Parkinson, Robert Porter, and Dexter Shurney

Collaboration and Negotiation: The Key to Therapeutic Lifestyle Change
Elizabeth Pegg Frates and Jonathan Bonnet

Defining an Overdue Requiem for Palliative Cardiovascular Medicine
Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr

Blue Zones: Lessons From the World’s Longest Lived
Dan Buettner and Sam Skemp

Why We Don’t “Just Do It”: Understanding the Intention-Behavior Gap in Lifestyle Medicine
Mark D. Faries

Leveraging Time With Lifestyle-Based Group Visits
Shilpa Patel Saxena

Interview With Award Winners From ACLM 2015, Nashville, Tennessee - John Kelly
Elizabeth Pegg Frates

Interview With Award Winners From ACLM 2015, Nashville, Tennessee - Dean Ornish
Elizabeth Pegg Frates

Lifestyle Medicine Practice: Exploring Workable Models
Wayne S. Dysinger

Lifestyle, Lipids, and Cardiovascular Risk Reduction in a Woman With Metabolically Unhealthy Normal Weight
Cynthia Geyer

AJLM Fall 2015 Issue

James M. Rippe, Michael Greger, David L. Katz, John H. Kelly, Jr, Margaret Moore, and Darren Morton 
American College of Lifestyle Medicine Expert Panel Discussion: Treat the Cause: Evidence-Based Practice

Michael Greger
Plant-Based Diets for the Prevention and Treatment of Disabling Diseases

Joel Fuhrman
Dietary Protocols to Maximize Disease Reversal and Long-Term Safety

Amy R. Mechley and Wayne Dysinger
Intensive Therapeutic Lifestyle Change Programs: A Progressive Way to Successfully Manage Health Care

Rani Polak, Rachele M. Pojednic, and Edward M. Phillips
Lifestyle Medicine Education

Amanda McKinney
A Lifestyle Perspective on Infertility and Pregnancy Outcome

Tom Blue
Creating the Practice for the Future

James M. Rippe
From the Editor: Dreams, Passion, Evidence, and Hard Work

Mark D. Faries  
Lifestyle Medicine is Science-based, not Science-fiction: A special issue from the American College of Lifestyle Medicine 2014 annual conference

AJLM Fall 2014 Issue

David L. Katz
Lifestyle Is the Medicine, Culture Is the Spoon: The Covariance of Proposition and Preposition
American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2014 8: 301-305.

James M. Rippe
Lifestyle Medicine: The Importance of Firm Grounding on Evidence
American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2014 8: 306-312.

Rosanne Rust
Nutrition Controversies: Keeping Things in Perspective
American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2014 8: 313-317.

Arthur Frank
Why Is It So Difficult to Lose Weight?
American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2014 8: 318-323.

Ann Blair Kennedy and Steven N. Blair
Motivating People to Exercise
American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2014 8: 324-329.

Dee W. Edington, Jennifer S. Pitts, and Alyssa B. Schultz
Health as an Economic Strategy: Special Emphasis on the Workplace
American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2014 8: 330-335.

S. Jay Olshansky
Articulating the Case for the Longevity Dividend
American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2014 8: 336-340.

James M. Rippe
From the Editor: The Lifestyle Medicine Movement Continues to Grow and Thrive
American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2014 8: 288-290.

James M. Rippe, Wayne S. Dysinger, Rosanne Rust, Arthur Frank, Steven N. Blair, and Michael Parkinson
American College of Lifestyle Medicine Expert Panel Discussion: The Treat the Cause Movement
American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2014 8: 291-300.

Nutrition Counseling Can Benefit Your Health and Wellness
American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine 2014 8: 341-342.

James M. Rippe
Lifestyle Strategies for Cardiovascular Risk Reduction
(abstract only)

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