Complimentary, virtual event focuses on food as medicine

Osher Center for Integrative Health hosts free event with medical director Mladen Golubic, MD, PHD

No matter your current eating pattern or nutritional philosophy, if you want to obtain the biggest nutritional bang for your buck, you would be wise to eat more vegetables and fruits. These groups of plants, along with beans and whole grains, contain vitamins and minerals and a spectrum of health-promoting, biologically active nutritional compounds generally called phytonutrients that mediate “Food as Medicine” positive effects on our health.

Join the Osher Center for Integrative Health at UC and Medical Director Mladen Golubic, MD, PHD for a complimentary, virtual class including:

  • The key mechanisms by which these phytonutrients mediate “Food as Medicine” positive effects on our health
  • Reveal how you can start craving these foods
  • How to maximize these foods' health benefits by paying attention to how plants are grown, how fresh they are, and how they are stored and prepared.
headshot of mladen golubic

About Mladen Golubic, MD, PHD

Mladen Golubic, MD, PhD serves as the Medical Director for the Osher Center for Integrative Health at UC and is an exceptional leader in the fields of lifestyle and integrative medicine. As an internist, Golubic has practiced and directed educational and research activities within integrative and lifestyle medicine since 2009 with a group of exceptional lifestyle medicine professionals (dietitians, chefs, yoga instructors, exercise physiologists, meditation teachers, etc.) within the Wellness Institute at the Cleveland Clinic. His clinical work focuses now on lifestyle-related chronic diseases.

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