When Friends Ask: Where Do You Get Your Protein?
If you don’t know where you get your protein while following a plant-food-based diet, you’re in good company. The Nutrition Committee of the American Heart Association, scientists from the Human Nutrition Research Center and Medical School at Tufts University, and registered dietitians, research nutritionists and physicians of Northwestern University, and the Harvard School of Public Health are just a few examples of “experts” you look to for advice who have the protein story wrong.1-4 Consequences of their shortfall are as grave as a lifetime of sickness and obesity, and premature death, for innocent people. These professionals must be held accountable. Learn more…….
Author and doctor Michael Greger talks about his new cookbook, “How Not To Die.
LIVEKellyandRyan Published on Jan 11, 2018
The Dawn of Disease
Our ancestors lived significantly healthier lives. When did it all go wrong?
Modern humans have created a society that is unique in the entire history of man. When reading historical literature on history and science, it appears our ancestors were not preoccupied with pain, suffering, and disease. Life was biologically organic, simple, and relatively stress-free. We, individually and as families, al-ways depended upon ourselves and were sustained, both nutritionally and economically, in great part from what we grew Read more….
The earth itself provides health and vitality; and man’s innovations often do more harm than good. This is especially true in the case of food. Though many factors are important in the increase of one’s vitality, food is a cornerstone. The most vital foods on earth are raw fruits, vegetables of both land and sea, and raw sprouted seeds, nuts, …
The All Vegetable Diet?
…people often believe that the McDougall Diet is a “vegetable-based diet,” and as a result, they are left wanting. Green and yellow vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, peapods, green peppers, and lettuce, are too low in calories to provide satisfaction. The primary purpose of eating is to obtain life-giving energy. This is accomplished safely only by whole plant foods plentiful in carbohydrates. These special plant foods are known as starches. Because of their natural satisfying properties people refer to potatoes, rice, pasta, beans, and corn as “comfort foods.” In addition to “clean and efficient energy,” starches provide an abundance of other nutrients, such as proteins, essential fats, vitamins, and minerals. Single starches, such as potatoes and sweet potatoes, are “complete foods” and can easily meet all of our nutritional needs.
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Changing Our Taste Buds
Within a few weeks of eating healthier, our taste sensations change such that foods with lower salt, sugar, and fat content actually taste better. Read more…..
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The Experts Say…..
Water Is Essential For Health
Most people do not drink enough water and you’ll be surprised at the number of health conditions this can cause.
Pamela A Popper, Ph.D., N.D.
What Is Bright Line Eating?
Bright Line Eating is a scientifically grounded program that teaches you a simple process for getting your brain on board so you can finally live Happy, Thin, and Free.
Susan Peirce Thompson, Ph.D.
Dietary Fat and Cancer
Some claim that dietary fat does not cause disease, and “butter is back.” The evidence says otherwise.
Pamela A Popper, Ph.D., N.D.