COLUMBUS – A nationally renowned doctor finished up his stay in Columbus with a presentation at the Columbus Community Hospital on August 7.
Dr. Hans Diehl has been spending the past few days in Columbus meeting with the community, and spreading his message of how to live a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Diehl is a professor of preventive medicine at Loma Linda University in California, and is also the founder of the Complete Health Improvement Program, or CHIP.
The presentation saw Dr. Diehl explain how healthy eating can provide dramatic health benefits and reverse diseases caused by the Standard American Diet (SAD). Dr. Diehl also discussed how the CHIP program, which is offered at Columbus Community Hospital, can lower blood cholesterol, hypertension and blood sugar levels as well as reduce excess weight.
The CHIP program is a 12 week, 18 session program at the Columbus Wellness Center. The next CHIP session will begin on Tuesday, September 4, and those interested in signing up can contact the hospital at (402) 562-4490.