Thank you for visiting NutriU. We are a dynamic and interactive learning community built around nutrition and medicine. Enroll today and become part of a community of medical experts and patients exploring food-based medicine, health, and wellness.
NutriUniversity provides patient nutrition education in partnership with doctors, physicians, and specialists from around the country.
NutriUniversity provides an educational partner for you and your patients in the areas of food-based medicine and the science of nutrition.
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NutriUniversity is led by an international Scientific Advisory Panel of board-certified physicians who are experts in the areas of research, medicine and nutrition. They are committed to presenting only those scientific studies that have been peer-reviewed, published within the medical community and weighted through multiple studies.
Dr. Michael Gross is a nationally recognized expert in the emerging field of wellness and prevention. A graduate of Temple University School of Medicine, Dr. Gross went on to become a board-certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist. He distinguished himself in this field and has served in the following leadership positions: Associate Professor at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Medical Director of Vanguard OB/GYN Associates, National Medical Director for MedPartners Women’s Health, and Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Philadelphia’s Graduate Hospital, Parkview Division. He is a lifetime Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
After many years in clinical practice and physician practice management, Dr. Gross was able to fulfill his life-long passion: educating physicians about wellness, prevention and nutrition. While pursuing his passion, he discovered peer-reviewed medical research from many reputable institutions and journals clearly documenting the health benefits conferred by supplementation of EPA and DHA, the essential fatty acids abundant in fish oil, when food-equivalent forms and therapeutic doses were administered.