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Nutrition as a Key Component to Integrative Care Medicine with Baxter Montgomery M.D.

5 DELICIOUS DINNER RECIPES to support your weight loss:



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Dr. Baxter D. Montgomery is a Board Certified Cardiologist with years of experience in the latest medical practices and nutritional health. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Cardiology at the University of Texas in Houston, a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (FACC) and the founder and medical director of the Montgomery Heart and Wellness

Montgomery Heart & Wellness (MHW) was founded in 1997, as Houston Cardiac Association. Operating out of a state-of-the-art medical facility in Houston, Texas, the MHW health interventions utilize advance diagnostic and therapeutic tools to evaluate many individuals with advanced chronic illnesses.

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Rice University Faculty Club: The Cohen House, 6100 Main Street, #2, Houston, TX 77005

Friday, October 21, 2022 – 5:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

(Houston, TX) – September 21, 2022 – Stars of the health and wellness industry will descend upon Houston in October to share their health journeys and impart their expertise at the Heart and Soul of a Champion™ Gala, hosted by Montgomery Heart and Wellness™, and attend the premiere of the Heart and Soul of a Champion™ docuseries.

The red-carpet event will feature celebrity speakers and guests from the medical, professional sports, culinary and entertainment fields. The lineup includes:

Dr. Kim Williams, nationally acclaimed cardiologist, former president of the American College of Cardiology and current chair of the University of Louisville Department of Medicine.
Dr. Pam Popper, renown naturopath, author, health, nutrition, and medicine expert.
Chef Babette, celebrity vegan chef, restauranteur, fitness expert and Instagram influencer.
John Salley, former NBA star, wellness advocate, actor, plant-based business entrepreneur.
David Carter, a.k.a. The 300-Pound Vegan, former NFL star and food justice activist.
Dr. Baxter Montgomery, MHW founder, cardiologist extraordinaire and lifestyle expert.
… and more!

When: Friday, Oct. 21, 2022

What: Red-carpet entrance: 5:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Cocktail reception & Gala: 5:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Where: Rice University Faculty Club

The Cohen House, 6100 Main St., #2

Houston, TX 77005



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11 thoughts on “Nutrition as a Key Component to Integrative Care Medicine with Baxter Montgomery M.D.
  1. I absolutely adore listening to Dr. Baxter Montgomery. He has flown up the ladder of the beloved plant exclusive medical doctors. He has such a complete and thorough approach to health and wellness including all pillars of health, not just food and exercise. Of course we know food and exercise are at the heart of our movement, however I appreciate his discussion is broader and includes infrared saunas, fasting, juice feasting, education, etc. I have watched many a webinar presented by him and his team and they are simply wonderful. The time flies by. I am so grateful to our wonderful plant exclusive medical doctors who answer our questions, sending us much needed guidance and being the teachers doctors were originally intended to be. Thank you, Chef AJ, for being that platform we turn to reap the rewards of this knowledge and to continue to live a vibrant, healthy whole foods plant exclusive lifestyle! Outstanding show!πŸ™πŸ’ŸπŸ’Ÿ

  2. I'm a GRATEFUL subscriber to Dr. Baxter's YT channel and have totally improved my Health due to adding outside exercise ( walking), in natural daylight and intermittent sunshine exposure along with lifting light weights, etc., Ty Chef AJ for having him on again

  3. I am surprised that we have a need for any saturated fat in our diet at all as Dr M said. I’ve always heard that it should be avoided. It seems unavoidable to get a small amount in our food even on a WFPB diet without added oils. Thanks for this interesting interview Chef AJ and Dr Montgomery!

  4. Great interview. 18-45 yo deaths are up and life expectance down the past two years due to fentanyl overdoses, not diet. Fentanyl is now the #1 cause of death in that age group. Accidents were the #1 cause of death in the 18-45 age group prior.

  5. I πŸ’˜Baxter Montgomery! This is great information. I will eat more fruits. My primary fresh foods carrots and kale or spinach. Some vegetables are fine in a can like tomato sauce which I like because it doesn't go bad like fresh foods. I go stretches without going to the grocery but make sure my average on the nutrients is appropriate.

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