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Culinary Arts and Locums? A delicious Combination?

Colin Zhu, MD, a locum tenens family physician trained in the culinary arts, was kind enough to chat with me about the health benefits of "food, diet and lifestyle." In this ReachMD podcast, Dr. Zhu, board certified in lifestyle medicine, highlights the benefits of using food as medicine. You can listen to it here.


In his locums work, Dr. Zhu has had the opportunity to work with Native Americans in Nevada, military veterans in Louisiana, refugees in Washington State, and villagers in the Dominican Republic. Thanks to locums, Dr. Zhu has maintained an active clinical career while pursuing his passion for the culinary arts. He is also the author of a new book, "Thrive Medicine." More information about Dr. Zhu on his website: thechefdoc.

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