My husband was prescribed some pills, told to lose some weight and advised there was no cure. That was it. We felt powerless until we found The China Study.
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I was encouraged to eat the ‘best part of the meal,’ the meat. It took time, a move to the US, and The China Study to clarify there is no place on my plate for meat.
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.
My wife and I stumbled across a life altering movie which changed our minds about how we eat. I lost weight, spend less time in the gym and am more energetic.
My parents (both in their 80’s) moved in and began a whole food, plant-based diet. The outcome? It’s never too late to overcome serious health issues!
There is a business benefit to a population of confused consumers who want ‘magic bullet’ fixes for our diet and health problems.
Whether we are “Eating our feelings,” or “feeling what we eat,” it’s all connected.
For far too long, the subject of nutrition has taken a back seat in the medical community. Cancer therapies need to change.
Take a behind the scenes peek at the research project that lead to The China Study.