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Stephen R. Devries

Executive Director

The Gaples Institute

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The Gaples Institute

655 Deerfield Road Suite 100-328

Deerfield, Illinois,60015

United States

Company Description

The Gaples Institute is a leading voice in the call for more emphasis on nutrition and lifestyle in medicine. I share the vision of the Gaples Institute and enthusiastically support its mission. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

Northwestern Memorial Hospital


Associate Professor

Northwestern University


Medical Director

Healthy Heart Center


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Stephen Devries | Gaples Institute For Integrative Cardiology

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Executive Director: Stephen Devries
Stephen Devries Dr. Stephen Devries is a preventive cardiologist with over 20 years of clinical experience in university based medical centers. He attended medical school and completed Internal Medicine training at the University of Michigan. Dr. Devries received Cardiovascular subspecialty training at Washington University in St. Louis and later completed a Fellowship in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona with Dr. Andrew Weil. Dr. Devries previously wrote a weekly column, "Heart Beat", in the Chicago Sun-Times. He authored What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Cholesterol (2007, Warner Wellness). He later co-edited the textbook Integrative Cardiology (2010, Oxford University Press) with Dr. James Dalen. He has been voted by his peers many years over as one of the "Best Doctors in America" and lectures nationally on integrative approaches to prevention of heart disease.


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Stephen Devries, MD, FACC
Learn More Stephen Devries, MD, FACC Executive Director Gaples Institute for Integrative Cardiology


Myth or Fact? | Chicago Health

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But the decision to use alcohol for medicinal purposes is nuanced, especially for women," says cardiologist Stephen Devries, MD, FACC, Gaples Institute for Integrative Cardiology.
Alcohol is associated with a higher risk of breast cancer and several other types of cancers, though the advantages may outweigh the risks for up to one drink per day for women and one to two drinks for men. "But if you don't enjoy alcohol, or if it poses special risks based on your history, there's absolutely no reason to start. There are plenty of other natural ways to stay healthy, including diet, activity and stress relief, that are much more powerful than alcohol," Devries says.


The Healing Power of Food | Live Naturally Magazine

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"Everyone knows eating healthy is important for preventing disease," says cardiologist Stephen Devries, M.D., executive director of the Gaples Institute.
"What few people realize is the incredible potency of nutrition for treatment." Devries is among a growing number of doctors striving to reframe good nutrition as not just a commonsense means of fending off illness, but also an indispensable, science-backed tool for managing it. "I trained in top internal medicine and cardiology programs, and I did not have one minute of nutrition education," says Devries, whose nonprofit aims to change that.


Integrative Medicine - A Clinician's Journal - News

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"Although cardiovascular guidelines describe nutrition as a foundation of care, neither education nor practice among cardiologists and cardiovascular team members reflect that priority," said lead author Stephen Devries, M.D., executive director, Gaples Institute for Integrative Cardiology.
"Cardiologists with the most vegetable and fruit consumption were also more likely to believe it was their responsibility to discuss detailed dietary information with their patients," explained Dr. Devries.


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