When the Women’s Health Initiative study found that menopausal women taking hormone replacement therapy suffered “higher rates of breast cancer, cardiovascular disease, and overall harm,” a call was made for safer alternatives, an article by Michael Greger M.D FACLM
In an article by Center for Nutrition Studies there has been an influx of debate through the media on plant-based milk and cow’s milk, especially when it comes to children. A whole food, plant-based diet is the best choice for healthy living and disease prevention in both children and adults.
In this article by T.Colin Campbell, PhD there’s a big story making all the lead news outlets that is the very definition of “fake news”. It concerns a new report published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, titled “Unprocessed red meat and processed meat consumption: dietary guideline recommendations” from the NutriRECS consortium.
Alan Goldhamer, DC, Matthieu Bonjour MD, Toshia Myers, PhD report that fasting and plant-food diets can improve symptoms of autoimmune conditions, but TrueNorth wants to get more specific.
“No Body Needs Milk” article by Dr. Alan Goldhamer, went viral and has over 3 million shares! A paradigm shift is happening and people are hungry for change. Unfortunately, thanks to countless millions of dollars in advertising, many still believe they need milk for optimal health.
According to the latest research, a low-fat, plant-based diet can be extremely beneficial to sufferers of rheumatoid arthritis, helping to improve gut health while reducing chronic inflammation article by Lindsay Morris
Courtney Davidson’s tell-it-like-it-is guide gives the full rundown on where plant-based eaters get their protein, answering questions such as: Can athletes thrive on a vegan diet? Do you need to combine foods to get complete proteins? How much protein do you need anyway?
Sandra VanderMey’s kidney disease had been steadily worsening over the course of 12 years before she’d even been diagnosed, but she quickly turned things around after adopting a new diet.
Brittany Gonzalez spent the majority of the summer in bed with debilitating chronic inflammation, joint pain, and heartburn. After discovering Forks Over Knives documentary on Netflix for the first time in a long time, she felt hope.See her dramatic results in saying goodbye to her inflammation.