Nutritional Medicine Hall of Fame
The Nutritional Medicine Hall of Fame is a national award honoring significant leadership and innovation in the use of plant-based nutrition in the field of medicine, in either research, practice, or education.
The Award is co-hosted and announced annually at a public event by either VegMichigan or Plant Based Nutrition Support Group (PBNSG), prominent 501(c)(3) charitable organizations with a common goal to help educate and support others on their path to nutritional excellence.
Past inductees include:
Dr. Joel Fuhrman, MD, Founder of ANDI score, author, and nationally renowned physician educator
Dr. Joel Kahn, MD, Cardiologist, international presenter, and author
Dr. Amanda Martin, MD (Candidate at time of Induction), student leader of the world’s first multi-university, interdisciplinary curriculum on the use of food in medicine
Dr. Michael Greger, MD, FACLM, NutritionFacts.org founder and author of Bird Flu and How Not to Die
Dr. Caldwell Blakeman Esselstyn, Jr., MD, Cleveland Clinic surgeon and author of over 150 scientific articles and books