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The facts are not debatable—they are simply hidden from public awareness. Much of the dishonest reporting is done by spin-doctors. Spin-doctors are real MDs who have lost their moral compass, who work for vested interests—the pharmaceutical companies and themselves heart surgeons and cardiologists. Realize, I have so far mentioned nothing about diet or exercise. I am writing to you about prescriptions from your trusted doctors that do harm to people, and no one seems to be willing to right this wrong. These treatments are maiming and killing people who eat the standard American diet far more often than affecting you and me, who have taken corrective measures to stay well.

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Now add this injury to the fact that almost no patient receives honest effective dietary advice from any doctor or dietitian, or any health organization. Some of you may think this is a conspiracy—but there is no conscious collective effort behind this injustice. This is just business as usual. Expect no change to take place until conservative care becomes more profitable than doing wrong. Or legislation, such as AB , proposed in the state of California becomes law.

This Assembly Bill will force physicians to tell their patients about the undisputable failures and harms from heart surgery and diabetes treatments. Plus, if I have my way, doctors will have to tell their patients about the miraculous benefits of a delicious starch-based diet. In the meantime you will have to protect yourself and your family by becoming educated like Robert did.

Home Contact Us Customer Support. Formerly Dying from Heart Disease When my chest pains began I was in fairly typical health for a man of 61 years of age who eats the Standard American Diet. Here are some quotes from that first report: Suffered from Type-2 Diabetes Benjamin Eksouzian: Cures Type-2 Diabetes Bill Zahlar: Suffered Massive Heart Attack Brett: Lost weight and regained health Caroline Duke: Loses a Hundred Pounds Dan: No longer needs blood pressure meds Daniel: Has taken back control of his health Dr. Beating the Genetic Odds Evan: Triple Bypass Surgery Gustavo: Cured Rheumatoid Arthritis James Brown: Lost Weight and Regained his Health Jeff: Sick Overweight Vegetarians John Roberts: Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis Karen Barrow: Lost Pounds Paul: Tells why she had to come to an Advanced Study Weekend Peggie: Cured of Rheumatoid Arthritis Phyllis: Lost over 70 pounds and is off all medications after 2 Transient Ischemic Attacks in 6 months Rebecca Lewis: Lost Over 50 lbs.

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Do those people who have eliminated grains restrict other sources of carbohydrate as well? A physiologically properly functioning human can consume plenty of carbohydrate and process it efficiently without entering a diseased state. There is a group already trained in lifestyle management of chronic disease.

They are called registered dietitians. Perhaps if the doctors were to refer individuals to these licensed professionals, they would not have to change their own medical education. No need to reinvent the wheel. I am currently in training to become a Registered Dietician RD. Even with an education in nutrition, none of this is taught in school. What is taught is moderation and following the USDA food guidelines.

A small percentage of Americans come close to the guidelines, and even if they did, the guidelines would not protect against chronic disease. Thus, the studies shared on this website are powerful and necessary. Sadly, the American Academy of Dietetics, the organization that structures the educational path of an RD, has its own biases. I think Esselstyn also said: Heart disease is nothing but a toothless paper tiger that need never exist and, if it does exist, need never progress.

There are groups within the Academy of Dietetics—Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine and Vegetarian Practice Group that are certified in just this material. The Academy has also come out with a position statement that Plant Based diets are the best way to prevent chronic disease. If you are in school to be an RD—please do your homework.

Thanks for mentioning them. I am part of a few. It is good to see the research coming out of the DPGs because we need it for our patients. In fact, several of my professors are on the low carb bandwagon, the opposite dietary protocol of a plant based diet. Please see the link I provided above regarding the once ADA. My question surrounds the area of toxins and the medical world regarding vaccines.

What science do you claim in this area, if any? I used to be pro-vaccine, unquestionably, no longer. There is a lot of science and published works that tell a very different tale than what we hear from our pediatricians and family physicians. Tenpenny and others are at the forefront of established research and offering this information to the public, much as you are doing in the area of what we eat. What is your view of the safety of vaccinating the masses?

Replaced by the compensation model that says I recommend what pays the best? Shame on you, doctors not including the plant based advocates such as Dr. Lustig just posted a lengthy blog saying low carb is the way to go, and that avoiding saturated fat is a dead hypothesis.

Lustig is notoriously dishonest. The study has many issues. The high carb diet consumed primarily processed carbs, they were not even low fat, and the low carb group ate less calories. This is hardly evidence for a low carb diet. I was thinking back to when I was first diagnosed with prediabetes, and the first thing the doctor suggested was metformin. That doctor left to open her own practice, so my first followup was with an FNP, and her first suggestion was a diabetes nutrition class at the community health education center, and a general advice to get off my butt.

I always used to view cooking as a chore, but the preparation of produce is a completely different world from opening packages. We are not vegan, yet, but tend to be moving that way more each year. Having some fresh eggs from our backyard chickens may be slowing that transition: I have been an occasional-to-part-time bicycle commuter for 20 odd years, the nurse merely suggested making it my primary vehicle. I am so very glad your desire to share with doctors did develop eventually into this website where you share with everyone!

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Next Video Hibiscus Tea vs. Plant-Based Diets for Hypertension. Leave a Comment Comment Etiquette. Comment Etiquette On NutritionFacts. To do this we need your help, so here are some basic guidelines to get you started. The Short List To help maintain and foster a welcoming atmosphere in our comments, please refrain from rude comments, name-calling, and responding to posts that break the rules see our full Community Guidelines for more details. Why is there not or is there something similar in the medical world? But those people are lost anyway… I think the evidence shows that if doctors and the government actually sold nutrition and lifestyle instead of the way that they currently sell drugs, that would save a lot more lives than what we have now.

That system sounds like a great solution! Well, actually not good. Here are some quotes from his website: I am impressed by her honesty.

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She would change doctors rather than listen to healthy advice. Finally she came to the hard fact of change or die. Her daughter is about lbs and no one dare mention anything to her about her weight or health. Thanksgiving at her house was — turkey, ham, lefse, mashed potatoes, gravy, candied yams, green bean casserole, pumpkin and apple pies with whipped cream. Her husband does the cooking and is slim eats 1 meal per day but has no say in how she eats either. I have shared info with her but to no avail. I could go on and on about the people around me.

My doctor practices and teaches a wfpb diet. His wife teaches cooking classes. BUT you can not make people change. You are soooo right. I recently had a conversation with John Mackey, co-CEO of Whole Foods, where he revealed that in spite of going vegan a number of years ago, his brother-in-law resists all logic and persuasion attempts. It is indeed as stated here by Dr. My sister-in-law and her sister have type II diabetes, but would evidently rather have a foot amputated seriously under consideration right now than give up cheese.

I have two sisters…one with 2 knee replacements…obese. The other with one knee replaced…overweight and diabetic. Most are retiring early mostly due to health issues? Probably important to protect ones self from the retrograde ideas they espouse? This website is so helpful for those who are interested in making a positive change to their diet and health.

This will probably kill you! Government guidelines are not that great, either. Too much bread, grains…. The research on animal Vs plant based diet was not as well known as it is now. People who are not overweight or have diabetes carry on following the national guidelines and the consequences seem to show up at around age 60 — 70 unfortunately.

Guerrilla advertising has memes all over facebook and pinterest claiming saturated fat coconut oil is good for you and cures everything if you just eat enough of it, using it in your wheat and sugar laden baking…. We need to bring back truth-in-advertising that was taken away in the Bush administration. Statins are often recommended as the global answer for CVD.

For those with secondary prevention issues…they are considered a necessity. Should those with secondary prevention issues necessarily become reliant on statins? A good example is tobacco industry fighting against scientists with proof that smoking is very addictive and unhealthy. The same may be said of genetically modified foods, global warming, and vegan diet and lifestyle.

I have just finished an experiment in which I tried veganism diet for 3 months.

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Since I have in the past changed my dietary habits to achieve a massive reduction in my cholesterol, I was curious how becoming vegan would affect my physiological parameters. Prior to starting this experiment, I was consuming a healthy omnivorous diet. Basically the changes I made to my previous diet were: Eliminated all meat, which I previously ate about once or twice a month.

Replaced daily triple-strength fish oil capsules with daily Ovega-3 algae capsules. Increased consumption of beans, peas, lentils, and potatoes. Although it was very easy for me to avoid junk food at the grocery and relatively easy for me to avoid eating junk food at home, I usually failed to resist treats at parties.

During this experiment, I did violate veganism on a few occasions at parties by consuming baked goods containing dairy products and eggs. But at least I was completely vegetarian — having consumed absolutely no meat or fish — for 3 months. Thus I have been consuming less protein, less saturated fat, and more carbohydrates over the past 3 months. I predicted this would slightly lower my total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, and unfortunately HDL cholesterol, and slightly raise my HbA1c and fasting glucose. My hypothesis that my cholesterol would drop a little and fasting glucose and HbA1c would increase was refuted by this experiment.

Although my total cholesterol did indeed decrease, this wasn't a welcome change because the decrease was the result of a reduction in exclusively HDL. The highest my HDL has ever been was about 1. My prediction that my fasting glucose and HbA1c would increase due to higher carbohydrate consumption was also wrong because these values dropped. So in conclusion, it seems that for me a healthy vegan diet is no better than a healthy omnivorous diet low in saturated animal fat.

I found a vegan diet pleasurable, although it was an inconvenience when going out to eat with friends and family because vegan options in most restaurants are very scant. At no time during this experiment did I have a craving for meat, eggs, or dairy. This might be hard because I spent quite a lot of time perusing Nutritionfacts. Turmeric, curry powder, garlic, ginger, fenugreek, cayenne, black pepper, chili powder, cumin, sage, basil, oregano, cinnamon, clove, apple cider vinegar, balsamic vinegar, red wine vinegar. Here in lies the problem with why people turn away from health and diet.

One day something is good for you or causes cancer and the next its totally new information. I have joined a really good gym and am doing High Intensity Interval Training. Our meeting ended 2 hours and 15 minutes later…: They pounded in to me that I was to eat Eggs, Butter and red meat and vegetables every day and that all the research has shown that in fact sources were wrong with cutting these staples out. I was making a shack every day with 50 grams of Acai berry pulp, One stick of cinnamon, half a cup of blueberries, half a cup of cranberries and one cup of Kefer.

Do I cut the cinnamon out now? I eat a cup of steel cut oats every morning with 50 grams of walnuts and a banana. Do you see where I am going with this? Google is butter good for you. Google are eggs good for you.

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I think you have the healthiest diet! The walnuts and oats may eliminate heat disease and you are getting more antioxidants each day than millions of Americans, maybe combined. I think the issue is you do not value peoples freedom. Do you see my point about hearing different things from different sources? It is up to you to decide what is the more reliable scientific source of information that you want to go by. I no longer listen to anyone who says that animal products are healthy. Besides all the unhealthy aspects of animal products think of the prions and other things that used to be animal diseases that are now found in humans.

Also water is becoming a precious resource and too much is wasted on raising and slaughtering animals. Yes, here are 2 great ones http: This video is part of a series, the story is not over.

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    What do you make of this: That means that 91 people would have to take statins in order to prevent one person from having a heart attack or stroke. And the other 90 are, basically, taking a statin for no reason. In last 4 months I lost nearly 20 lb. John McDougall starch-based diet, dropping from to lb. However, my LDL actually got worse, from in January to now. The good news is the weight loss, plus my blood sugar dropped from pre-diabetic to normal. But my doctor now says the cholesterol problem is genetic, and that I should be on statins. Well my main reason why i am writing this right now is to inform the whole world about the great deeds, Dr.

    TUNDE did for me. I was diagnosed of this deadly disease in the year ever since then i was taking my medications, until i met the great herbal doctor, though i never believed in herbal med. I saw many testimonies on how a great herbal doctor cured their deadly diseases. I contacted him through his phone number. I called him, he asked me to send him my email, which i did. He gave me a form to fill, I filled it and send it back to him. He told me that he required some items in which he will use in preparing the herbal medicine for me. He told me that the only alternative is for me to send him the money, then he can help me to purchase the items from the items sellers.

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    How did this happen to him? I thought that with those numbers that he would essentially be heart attack proof. I have been WFPB for two years, and my health is very good no heart disease and great BP and blood work numbers, but my dad and grandfather both died of heart disease five years younger than I am right now both died at 43 , and I want to know what I can do to further guarantee my health.

    I would particularly appreciate replies from medical professionals. I am a family doctor with a private practice in lifestyle medicine — emphasizing a whole foods plant based diet, and am also a volunteer for this website. I just read the article to which you gave a link in your comment, above. That is where you have a big advantage over Mr. So, here is what you should take away from this story: His cholesterol numbers are, indeed, very good.

    Here is an article and a video by Dr. G which you should look at: I hope this helps. Jon, Thank you very much for your thoughtful reply. Thank you, also, for the links. I will definitely check them out. Your reply was very helpful. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. By subscribing, you will automatically receive the latest videos emailed to you or downloaded to your computer or portable device. Select the subscription method below that best fits your lifestyle.

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