Deep inside the fertile crescent of Israel, which still stands as the crossroads of Africa, Asia and Europe, is an abundance of culinary and healing tradition, some of which dates back to the Dead Sea Scrolls. One healer shares the power of ancient natural remedies, including laughter.
Dr. Campbell is a Professor Emeritus at Cornell University. He was the coordinator of The China Study and is a New York Times Best Seller Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition and the book The China Study. He is highly recognized for his main role in Forks Over Knives.
You can enroll in the certificate program on plant-based nutrition he developed available at Cornell University’s online school.
Dr. Contreras is an oncologist and the general director of Oasis of Hope Hospital. He is a renown expert on alternative and integrative cancer treatments. He is the author of twelve books including his newest book release in 2020 entitled The Art & Science of Undermining Cancer.
Professor Dimant is Professor (Emerita) of Biblical Studies at the University of Haifa. In 1948, she was a graduate student when the university received the recently found Dead Sea Scrolls. She was given the responsibility to evaluate, log and categorize many of the original scrolls.
Professor Endevelt is the Director of Nutrition Division for the Israeli Ministry of Health & School of Public Health and Haifa University.
Uzieli is a natural healer who runs the Etrogman juice bar in Tel-Aviv where he offers many natural remedies to his clients.
Dr. Prakash is an expert on the correlation between gut health and longevity. He is a professor of biomedical engineering, experimental medicine, physiology, experimental surgery and artificial cells and organs research at McGill University.