Tom Campbell, MD presents some very important points, not often discussed by medical professionals, which could save you time, money and unnecessary grief.
Although I considered myself to be in excellent health, I now have a different view of food and lifestyle which I am very grateful for.
Never in my wildest nightmares could I have imagined that my one and only son would be diagnosed with advanced stage cancer at the age of sixteen.
There may be some merit in publicizing the information regarding processed meat, although it completely ignores the evidence about plant-based nutrition and cancer.
It is no surprise that many medical professionals are reluctant to entertain the idea of actually testing the impact of a whole food, plant-based diet on volunteer cancer patients.
The consequences of the mutation theory of cancer are deadly. Wrongly assuming that cancer is primarily a product of genetic mutations implies that cancer progression, once started, is unstoppable.
I have long been interested in the association of food with human health, ever since I entered my graduate studies program at Cornell University in August of 1956.
A large observational cohort study in Sweden found that women consuming more than 3 glasses of milk a day had almost twice the mortality over 20 years compared to those women consuming less than one glass a day.
I sat in sheer terror as my brain surgeon diagnosed me with the identical tumor that killed my father: