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Tags: Caldwell Esselstyn, Campbell, China Study, Esselstyn, Forks Over Knives, McDougall, plant-based diet, Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease, T. Colin Campbell, The China Study, vegan, vegetarian
Categories : China Study
Welcome to my “Forks Over Knives” analysis, AKA the longest movie review you’ll ever attempt to read. Thanks for stopping by! In case you aren’t yet convinced that I’ve made it my life’s mission to critique everything related to T. Colin Campbell, this should seal the deal.
As most of you probably know, a documentary called “Forks Over Knives” recently hit the theaters after months of private screenings. Vegans everywhere are swooning, giddy that their message is now animated, narrated, and on sale for $14.99. Proud meat-eaters are less enthused, sometimes hilariously so. The film’s producers call it a movie that “examines the profound claim that most, if not all, of the degenerative diseases that afflict us can be controlled, or even reversed, by rejecting our present menu of animal-based and processed foods.” Roger Ebert calls it “a movie that could save your life.” I call it a movie that deftly blends fact and fiction, and has lots of pictures of vegetables. Read the rest of this entry »
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Tags: AHS 2011, AHS11, Ancestral Health Symposium, Ancestry Foundation, awesome people, Caldwell Esselstyn, Dean Ornish, John McDougall, lacto-ovo paleo, Neal Barnard, paleo vegetarianism, plant-based diet, T. Colin Campbell, vegan, veganism, vegetarianism
Categories : Updates, Vegetarianism
For those of you who couldn’t attend the first-ever Ancestral Health Symposium that happened August 5th and 6th, I’ll try not to rub it in your face that you missed out on one of the most fantastic health events in the history of the universe. I won’t tell you how you should have soul-crushing regrets about not purchasing a ticket in time, or how you should feel so ill with remorse that you skip work for the rest of the week and sob quietly on your bedroom floor, lamenting. Because that would just be mean.
But seriously, you should have been there because this thing was all sorts of awesome. Read the rest of this entry »