The Plantrician Project Welcomes WeTheTrillions as the Platinum Level Exhibitor at the 2019 Plant-based Nutrition Healthcare Conference

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The Plantrician Project is pleased to introduce WeTheTrillions as the platinum level exhibitor at the 7th Annual Plant-based Nutrition Healthcare Conference, where close to 1000 medical professionals from 25 countries will gather in Oakland in just a few weeks to learn the latest in the use of evidence-based research pertaining to the use of whole food, plant-based nutrition in clinical practice.

Welcome WeTheTrillions as The Platinum Exhibitor of the 7th Annual Plant-Based Nutrition Healthcare Conference

Welcome WeTheTrillions as The Platinum Exhibitor of the 7th Annual Plant-Based Nutrition Healthcare Conference

Our relationship with WeTheTrillions reflects a shared commitment to the use of whole food, plant-based nutrition as a food-as-medicine first approach to addressing the burden of the non-communicable diseases plaguing the world. We’re grateful for their support of this year’s PBNHC.

The Plantrician Project is pleased to introduce WeTheTrillions as a platinum level exhibitor at the 7th Annual Plant-based Nutrition Healthcare Conference, where close to 1000 medical professionals from 25 countries, will gather in Oakland to learn the latest in the use of evidence-based research pertaining to the use of whole food, plant-based nutrition in clinical practice.

“WeTheTrillions is grateful for the opportunity to support The Plantrician Project and be part of the important and timely conversation about rethinking preventative healthcare in a systemic way. By being a platinum level exhibitor of the 2019 Int’l Plant-based Nutrition Healthcare Conference, we hope to put clinicians at the center of our mission to help achieve measurable results in our communities,” said Lamiaa Bounahmidi, Founder and CEO of WeTheTrillions. “We are finally getting to a point where advancements in science, tech, and food culture are offering a great chance to help make the right thing, the easy thing.”

WeTheTrillions is on a mission to reengineer preventative healthcare with data-driven plant-based food. 80% of the costliest diseases are preventable through food and yet very little clinical-grade interventions are accessible to patients to help prevent and reverse conditions and symptoms. They offer a full-stack approach (from designing unique clinical-grade meals, to making them, delivering them and closing the loop with clinicians to assess impact, track results and refine recommendations). WeTheTrillions’ proprietary algorithm designs specific meals for each person’s unique health needs based on microbiome science, peer-reviewed clinical studies, and behavioral science. They also build a community of doctors who can access a dashboard and have a seamless view of what their patients eat and how it is impacting their biomarkers. For more information, visit wethetrillions.com/clinicians.

“Our relationship with WeTheTrillions reflects a shared commitment to the use of whole food, plant-based nutrition as a food as medicine first approach to addressing the growing burden of non-communicable diseases plaguing the world today,” says Scott Stoll, MD, board chairman and co-founder of The Plantrician Project. “We’re are grateful for their support of this year’s International Plant-based Nutrition Healthcare Conference."

The International Plant-Based Nutrition Healthcare Conference is a CME accredited medical education event that has trained thousands of physicians and allied health professionals over the past six years on the efficacy of a whole food, plant-based dietary lifestyle for the treatment and, often reversal of chronic disease. It will be held at the Oakland Marriott, City Center, on September 22-25 and is produced by The Plantrician Project, a 501c3 not-for-profit corporation with the mission of educating, equipping and empowering physicians, healthcare practitioners and other health influencers with knowledge about the indisputable benefits of plant-based nutrition. For more information, visit pbnhc.com.

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