The 8 principles from this abbreviated chapter of The China Study are important lessons about food, health, and disease.
T. Colin Campbell, PhD
Reductionism is not the way that nutrition works—by definition. It is time to recognize the science that demonstrates the health benefits of whole foods instead of their nutrient parts.
T. Colin Campbell, PhD and Thomas Campbell, MD address Steven Gundry, MD’s claim that lectins are the culprit of our ills.
A tortured understanding of nutrition and cancer has created a money-making medical machine that will break our bank, ruin the environment and leave many without adequate healthcare.
T. Colin Campbell, PhD reflects on George Eisman, a gentle soul who inspired him to teach a vegetarian nutrition course at Cornell University in the early ‘90s.
Dr. Giles Yeo interviewed me for the BBC. It is now abundantly clear that Yeo and the BBC intended to disparage the notion that food matters for our health.
Dr. Campbell created the term ‘whole food, plant-based’ to distinguish it from vegetarian diets that include processed, high fat foods & often supplements.
The new PMI is very similar to the experimental design of Dr. Campbell’s 1980’s NIH proposal. Unlike PMI, its emphasis was on nutrition not on pharmaceuticals.
Discussing and debating the underlying science of food can be as personal, contentious and flagrantly irrational as politics or religion.