2013 “Kirk's PowerAging Series” – a 10 part lecture series with slide presentation on 10 different health conditions followed by a cooking demonstration for that condition using plant-based dishes as being part of the treatment and solution. Series is conducted at Whole Foods Culinary Center in Sacramento, CA.
2012 “Staying Healthy Today Lecture Series” 12 presentation series on the prevention and reversal of chronic diseases (heart disease, diabetes, breast and prostate cancer, obesity, bone loss, etc) with aggressive lifestyle approaches. Presentations are audio recorded with syllabus.
2011- Present: YouTube : Sloppy Vegan Cooking Show – Short demonstrations of quick, nutrient dense plant-based cooking. Staying Healthy Today Show – 2-3 minute commentaries on health topics with solutions using a nutrition and preventive lifestyle approach.
2011 – “Staying Healthy in the Fast Lane – 9 Simple Steps to Optimal Health and Real Healthcare Reform” book released August, 2011.
2009 - Present: Staying Healthy Today show. Interviews of experts in the fields of nutrition, prevention and integrative medicine available as podcasts and downloads at www.prescription2000.com, iTunes and Archive.org.
2008 - Present: Prescription2000.com health education services; free health letters (Staying Healthy Today With Kirk Hamilton); Expert Pearls: Potential Therapies in Nutrition and Integrative Medicine Research; Public Speaking, Consulting and Seminars; Educational Handouts and Links.
2008 - Present: “Staying Healthy In The Fast Lane”. A lecture series focusing on how we can stay healthy in the busy, modern world and slow, prevent or reverse heart disease, diabetes, obesity and aging.
1989 - 2004: Founder of Clinical Pearls Publications, Inc. The Clinical Pearls Publications were derived from more than 42,000 articles from peer review literature focused on current nutrition and integrative medicine research. More than 650 Experts Speak Interviews of peer review researchers/physicians from around the world on nutrition and integrative medicine topics were completed. This data was incorporated into Clinical Pearls One-Liners, a monthly health letter for professionals available in print and on the internet. Clinical Pearls One-Liners included referenced article summaries; a Disease and Case of the Month; as well as the actual Expert Speak Interviews. This volume of work was purchase by Tishcon Corp in 2004. To date there are more than 1000 Experts Speak Interviews archived at www.Vitasearch.com where the Clinical Pearls Database resides. Kirk Hamilton still conducts 4-5 Expert Speak Interviews per month for this free website service.
2000 - Present: Development and sales of basic dietary nutritional supplements free of animal products.
1995: Radio host: Prescription 2000. A weekly one hour show with interviews from peer review researchers on nutrition and integrative medicine topics; article reviews; open phones for questions from a Northern California audience.
1987-92: Radio co-host: Questioning Health. A weekly review of current nutrition articles and open call-in.
1983: Physicians Assistant Certified (PA-C), U. C. Davis School of Medicine/Department of Family Practice.
1980: Bachelor's of Science Degree Socio-biology, University of California, Davis, CA.
Professional Health and Direct Experience
1983 - Present: Practicing Physicians Assistant since 1983, and at Health Associates Medical Group in Sacramento, California (1986), a nutrient oriented general practice since 1986. Practice specialty experiences include: Family Practice, Nutrition, Prevention, Cardiology, Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement, Allergy, Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine.
1977-82: Ambulance Technician and Paramedic (1980), Davis Ambulance Service, Davis, CA.
Special Interests: Teaching health and a positive lifestyle, community service, spiritual growth, swing and salsa dancing, body surfing, free diving, vegetarianism, alternative energy, conservation and recycling.Top of Form
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