Never underestimate the power of planting the seeds of change in others. Let yourself be a good example and a resource for transformation.
Al Schmidt shows you’re never too old to make changes to reverse heart disease. Although it was a bumpy road getting there, Al has found he loves eating plant-based — for the results and the taste of it!
Although modern medicine’s first inclination is to fight disease, Bryan Jackson, cancer and heart attack survivor, suggests a friendlier approach- one that not only helps slow or reverse disease but helps the whole person.
Which sounds better—a lifetime of prescription drugs, or a fast-acting dietary lifestyle change that only has positive side effects?
From added sugar to alcohol and saturated fat, the latest edition of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans fails to provide the best recommendations for human and societal health.
The American healthcare system does not focus on establishing healthful behavior, but on responding to disease, and it relies on technology to do so. Trends in life expectancy and chronic disease incidence rates suggest that this disease response system is not very effective, despite improvements in some areas of response.
Malnutrition, including the dietary patterns that produce obesity and chronic disease, is the number one cause of death today, killing millions worldwide every year. Its costs to both individuals and societies continues to grow, despite being largely ignored by healthcare policy institutions, the media, and the public.
We all know that the US medical system isn’t perfect. But sometimes, it can be downright scary. What you are about to read isn’t a trick or treat; so beware and prepare for chills as you learn these terrifying truths about the US healthcare system.
Does maternal supplementation with the long-chain omega-3 fatty acid DHA improve psychomotor, mental, visual, or physical development of infants?
In recent decades, vitamin E has been one of the trendiest of all nutrients. Long considered a miracle nutrient by many, it is now linked to illness and death thanks to certain vaping products.
After a heart attack and emergency bypass surgery Sherry learned about whole food, plant-based eating which lowered her cholesterol and reversed her heart disease. She is now on a mission to wipe out heart disease.
Slow the hands of time and age with more grace, energy and vitality with 248 strategies that encompass diet, fitness, beauty, and lifestyle. In this book excerpt, Asp shares 8 of her favorite lifestyle hacks.
I suffered from sleep apnea, diabetes, heart disease, and pulmonary hypertension. I was given 2 - 5 years to live. After watching Forks Over Knives I became plant-based then lost weight, restored my vision, cured my diabetes, and improved my overall health.
An egg a day to keep the doctor away? A study found a correlation between egg consumption and lower rates of heart disease, but that correlation may be explained by other factors.
Vlad from Romania grew up on fresh dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and grass fed meat. He became obese and was diagnosed with hypertension. His heart healed after going plant-based.
An endurance sports lifestyle protected me from my junk food habit, right? My pulmonary embolisms, asthma, COPD, sleep apnea, and atrial fibrillation diagnosis proved otherwise.
Dr. Campbell announces his recently published papers on why the healthcare industry is not advancing like it should and how trillions of dollars and million of lives could be saved.
Nitric oxide (NO) is one of the most important molecules in the body. To optimize NO levels and overall health, the consumption of a high vegetable diet can be recommended.