Friday, August 4, 2017
Mediterranean diet works but not if you are poor!
Italian researchers who studied 18,000 people over 4 years found out that Mediterranean diet reduced the risk of heart disease by 15% but only for people who made more than 40,000 EURO ($60,000 Canadian). The research was published in the International Journal of epidemiology.
Numerous published research have shown that increased income makes people happier and healthier and actually helps them live longer while decreasing chance of divorce and stress.
What separates us from other osteopathic schools is our focus on business management. I do not feel the word MONEY is a taboo. I want our students to make more money. I teach everything I know about business to my students. That is why we graduate so many successful manual osteopaths and that is how we have become the largest providers of osteopathic education in the world with alumni in 68 countries.
The success of our students is what helps us grow.
Shawn Pourgol, MBA, DC, DO, PhD
National Academy of Osteopathy (Canada)
National University of Medical Sciences (Spain)
National University of Medical Sciences (USA)
Canadian Union of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners