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George Guthrie

George E. Guthrie MD, MPH, CDE, CNS, FAAFP, FACLM

Assistant Director, Florida Hospital Family Medicine Residency, Winter Park, Florida

Dr. George E. Guthrie teaches in the AdventHealth Family Practice residency, where he guides medical residents in community and lifestyle medicine. He has helped to develop or pilot several plant-based lifestyle-change programs, including the Complete Health Improvement Project (CHIP), the Wellspring Diabetes Program, and the CREATION Health program.  He is also Board Certified in Lifestyle Medicine and is active in the American College of Lifestyle Medicine having served as secretary-treasurer, president-elect, and president. This has led to opportunities to speak at multiple national and international conferences on his primary clinical interest of the Lifestyle treatment and remission of type 2 diabetes.  He also maintains certification from the Certification Board of Nutrition Specialists (CBNS) and has become a Certified Diabetic Educator (CDE).  He authored the chapter on Lifestyle program treatment of Diabetes in the 3rd Edition James Rippe text,  Lifestyle Medicine and is principle investigator for a ongoing translational research project that is  bringing aggressive lifestyle interventions to patients hospitalized for type 2 diabetes and other metabolic syndrome pathologies.

Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:

  1. Plant-Based Diet Indices and Risk of T2D