Bill Manahan, MD, is Assistant Professor Emeritus with the Department of Family

Medicine and Community Health at the University of Minnesota Academic Health

Center in Minneapolis. He is Past-President of the American Holistic Medical

Association and author of the book, Eat for Health. Dr. Manahan co-founded The

Wellness Center of Minnesota (1982-1992), one of America’s first, physician-led,

integrative medicine centers. He was also the Founder and Program Director of

Minnesota’s first Rural Family Medicine Residency Program. Presently, he consults

with physicians and clinics wishing to expand into a more integrative and holistic

practice, and he is working to help make the primary healthcare system more holistic

and more joyful for patients and practitioners.

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