Thursday, September 12, 2013

if you enjoyed the china study...

Since manfriend and I are getting hitched in less than ten months, we have seriously discussed changing our eating habits in preparation for the big day. He already eats very healthy, I am the one who is a terrible influence and bring hot fries and pepper jack cheese into the house. Anyways, all of this health talk got me thinking about a book I recently read...

Health researcher T. Colin Campbell's Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition is all about optimizing our nutrition and our health. The book is based around two different ideas: "First, nutrition is the master key to human health. Second, what most of us think of as proper nutrition--isn't." So what you're saying is that I can't put hot fries on my salad and still be considered healthy? Moving on...Campbell has developed a diet that is whole-food and plant-based. And if you follow the lifestyle he recommends, this is what will happen:

"The remarkable health effects of this delicious eating lifestyle prevents 95% of all cancers, including those "caused" by environmental toxins, prevents nearly all heart attacks and strokes, reverses even severe heart disease, prevents and reverses type 2 diabetes so quickly and profoundly that, after three days eating whole plant foods, it's dangerous for users to continue to use insulin."


Yeah, not showing this to manfriend, he'll take away my hot fries for life.

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