Culinary Medicine: Continuing the Growth

Jul 05, 2018 by Healthy Eating in Practice in  General

The emerging field of culinary medicine is growing not just through medical schools, but through culinary schools as well, closing the perceived gap between food and health bit by bit. This article from the Global Advances in Health and Medicine Journal looks at what these programs offer and what is needed to further the movement.

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