By Mark A. Hyman, MD; Dean Ornish, MD; Michael Roizen, MD

shutterstock_355846214Personalized lifestyle medicine is a high-science, high-touch, low-tech, low-cost treatment that is more effective for the top 5 chronic diseases than our current approaches. Yet, it is not taught in medical schools, practiced by physicians, or delivered in hospitals or healthcare settings.

In fact, this treatment, ifapplied to all the patients with cardiovascular disease, diabetes, metabolic syndrome (obesity), prostate cancer, and breast cancer could reduce net health care expenditures $930 billion over 5 years and result in dramatically better health and quality of life.

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