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Dr Frank Sabatino, PhD, DC at the NHA Conference 2024 - Join us Virtually!





Dr. Frank Sabatino has an extensive background in the study and practice of Natural Hygiene. He is a life member of the National Health Association, and has been a plant-exclusive Hygienic physician and past Health Director of the Shangri-La Natural Hygiene Institute, the Regency Wellness Resort, the Ocean Jade Health Retreat and the Balance for Life Health Retreat where he cared for, lectured and inspired thousands of people for almost 45 years.




Dr. Sabatino is a Chiropractic physician who also has a Ph.D. in cell biology and neuroendocrinology from the Emory University School of Medicine. The book of his original research on the effects of brain peptides on the regulation of reproductive hormones was published in 1988.  While an assistant  professor at the Health Science Center of the University of Texas School of Medicine, he did extensive landmark research on calorie restriction, stress and aging, and has published a number of major scientific papers in some of the most well-respected peer reviewed journals in the fields of cell biology, endocrinology, and neuroscience. He is a regular, featured writer for Health Science, the journal of the NHA,  and has published numerous articles in the areas of clinical nutrition, weight loss, hormones, epigenetics, stress management, addiction, and healthy aging in a wide variety of magazines and journals.



Dr. Sabatino is especially excited about being the new Director of Health Education for the NHA and happy to have the opportunity to promote and spread the ever growing evidence base for the science of hygiene and hygienic living. He is also a proponent of Oriental energy arts and a long time teacher and student of tai-chi and qi gong.


Dr. Sabatino is the host of The Health Science Podcast - The Health Science Podcast is brought to you by the National Health Association (NHA) championing the Gold Standard of a Whole Plant-Food Diet and Lifestyle Since 1948. The NHA’s Mission is to educate and empower individuals to understand science-backed results from an integration of all aspects of health; personal, environmental, social, and the animals. All of our experts subscribe to a whole food, plant-based nutrition, no SOS lifestyle and take a leadership role in advocating for healthy living and social justice.



 

If you are looking for a supportive and welcoming community of individuals who share your values, then the NHA 2024 Virtual Conference is the perfect place to connect with others on a similar journey and join us for an inspiring and informative event that will leave you feeling empowered to make a difference in your own life and in the world around you.



NOTE: Although 6D Living is an official affiliate for the virtual conference, all proceeds will be directly donated to the NHA - 6D will receive no funds from your registration - it all goes to help fund the NHA and its amazing work.



 




The mission of the National Health Association (NHA) is to educate and empower individuals to understand that health results from healthful living. We recognize the integration of all aspects of health: personal, environmental, and social. We communicate the benefits of a plant-based diet, exercise and rest, a healthy environment, psychological well-being, and the benefits of water-only fasting.

We take a leadership role in advocating health freedom issues and have done so now for 76 years.


In 1948, the American Natural Hygiene Society (ANHS) was established in New York City by pioneering figures including Drs. Herbert Shelton, William Esser, and others. The ANHS inaugural National Convention took place in 1949, marking a milestone in its journey. Throughout the years, ANHS continued to expand its influence, with significant milestones such as the formation of the Natural Hygiene Press in 1964 and achieving nonprofit status in 1969. Dr. Shelton's profound impact on the movement is evident in the publication of his seminal work, "Fasting Can Save Your Life."


The ANHS’s evolution saw shifts in leadership and headquarters, culminating in its name change to the NHA and the relocation to Youngstown, Ohio, under the leadership of President Mark Huberman in 2014. Today, under the guidance of Executive Director Wanda Huberman, the NHA remains committed to its mission of promoting natural hygiene principles and holistic health practices.



 

Be well

Stop.Breathe.Focus.Move.Flow.










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