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New CHIP facilitators trained in Pacific

CHIP facilitators are being trained throughout the Pacific to help combat a pandemic of lifestyle disease.

Adventist Health leaders meet government representatives in Fiji

Seventh-day Adventist health leaders in Fiji are partnering with the government to tackle one of Fiji's biggest problems: lifestyle disease.

Toe-riffic result for campaign

The 10,000 Toes tally has hit $200,000 thanks to generous support.

CHIP creates community buzz in Fiji

More than 50 people, the majority of them non-Adventist, recently graduated from CHIP programs across Fiji.

A workplace wellness program that works (NutritionFacts.org)

Dr Michael Greger, from nutritionfacts.org, discusses the return on investment for educating employees about healthy eating and living.

The Complete Health Improvement Program (NutritionFacts.org)

A community-based education program educating physicians and patients alike about the power of nutrition as medicine.

The weight loss program that got better with time (NutritionFacts.org)

The most well-published community-based lifestyle intervention in the medical literature is also one of the most effective.

What is the optimal diet? (NutritionFacts.org)

The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) has attempted to take the pioneering lifestyle medicine work of Pritikin and Ornish and spread it out into the community.

Adventists help Solomons government tackle diabetes

“The aim is to influence the governments right across the Pacific and I think we are making big, bold advances in that area.”

Denominational leaders meet to tackle health problems in Fiji

Leaders from the Seventh-day Adventist Church and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints met to discuss Fiji's lifestyle disease crisis.
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