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Edwin A. Bien

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Royal Institute of Alternative Medicine Singapore

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Background Information

Employment History

Accredited Member

American Academy of Family Medicine


Consultant

Iridology


Host

TV


Affiliations

Philippine Medical Association

Member


Education

MD


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www.thewebmagazine.net

Home » Dr. Edwin A. Bien » Hurom Slow Juicer » Hurom Slow Juicer | Slow-juicing for vitality
Oriental cultures have longer and better quality of life and juicing is a big part of their diets," enlightened Dr. Edwin A. Bien, medical director of the Le Bien Wellness Specialists chain of clinics that advocate natural medicine. Dr. Bien hosted the defunct TV show "What's Up Doc" on the UNTV channel on Sunday mornings for six years. He is still continuing the health initiative, albeit through the medium of radio, withhis weekly program "Itanong Mo Kay Doc" aired 10-11 am every Sunday over DWIZ ((882 KHZ), and through his column "Radio Clinic" every Thursday with the Business Mirror. Dr. Bien is an accredited member of the American Academy of Family Medicine as well as the Royal Institute of Alternative Medicine Singapore. The Le Bien wellness clinics are located in Cubao (QC), Sucat (Paranaque), Zabarte (Caloocan), Sta. Simply put them all inside your Hurom blender and drink your way to optimum health," intoned Dr. Bien. Edwin A. Bien, Hurom Slow Juicer


www.thenhf.com [cached]

Fast-forward to today (Dec '04): We recently received a call and emails from Dr. Ed Arellano Bien, MD, whose Traditional and Alternative Health Committee is responsible for putting the Iridology standards together there in the Phils.Dr. Bien writes, "It is the policy of the state to improve the quality and delivery of health care services to the Filipino people through the development of traditional and alternative health care and its integration into the national health care delivery system.Dr. Bien met with Dr. Mehlmauer of Grand Medicine in Manila in December ('04), to discuss strategy.Meanwhile, Dr. Bien and his committee are now (Feb ‘05) working with Grand Medicine to complete the document process thru the Philippine Department of Health (DOH) and into law. Grand Medicine will soon be sending out our most recent version of the general Iridology Industry Standards (IIS) document to various Iridology schools worldwide as a "Request for Comment" (RFC).l. to r., Jose Guardo, Dr. Mehlmauer, and Dr. Bien[Editor's Notes: (1) Grand Medicine wishes to thank the McCoye Foundation of Los Angeles and Malibu Atty James Biava for their support in our efforts to help in this regard. (2) Dr. Ed Bien, MD, graduated from the UST Faculty of Medicine & Surgery, is Consultant to DOH-PITAHC for Iridology; is a member of the Philippine Medical Association and the American Academy of Family Medicine, is current host of the TV program, "What's Up, Doc?"


www.tribune.net.ph

Oriental cultures have longer and better quality of life, and juicing is a big part of their diets," enlightened Dr. Edwin Bien, medical director of the Le Bien Wellness Specialists chain of clinics that advocate natural medicine.
"After graduating from University of Santo Tomas in 1987, I wanted to become a cosmetic surgeon. However, all that changed when then DoH Secretary Juan Flavier told me that people need less synthetics but a more natural approach to medicine. In 1989, through my radio program Kabalikat sa Kaunlaran, my program started reaching 300,000 to half a million listeners with ailments. One per cent of those listeners came to visit my first clinic in Sucat. That's how my advocacy began," he added. Dr. Bien hosted the defunct TV show What's Up, Doc? on the UNTV channel on Sunday mornings for six years. He is still continuing the health initiative, albeit through the medium of radio with his weekly program Itanong Mo Kay Doc aired 10 to 11 a.m. every Sunday over dwIZ ((882 KHZ), and through his column "Radio Clinic" every Thursday with the BusinessMirror. Dr. Bien is an accredited member of the American Academy of Family Medicine as well as the Royal Institute of Alternative Medicine Singapore. The Le Bien wellness clinics are located in Cubao (Quezon City), Sucat (Parañaque), Zabarte (Caloocan), Sta. Cruz (Manila) and Calapan (Oriental Mindoro) with affiliate branches in the cities of Baguio, Naga and Davao. Simply put them all inside your Hurom blender and drink your way to optimum health," intoned Dr. Bien.


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Dr. Edwin Bien and Ms. Ethelyn Perez were the hosts during the program.


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