Panel Participants: Brian Clement, Ph.D., L.N., Anna Maria Clement, Ph.D., L.N., Pamela A. Popper, Ph.D., N.D., Julieanna Hever, M.S., R.D., C.P.T., Garth Davis, M.D.- The benefits of a Whole Food Plant Based Diet and other healthy lifestyle choices
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What about the two sides of it and how some functional doctors say meat as a condiment can be a part of a healthy diet and that the studies didnt compare a low meat diet high in plant foods vs a plantbased vegan diet?
Not hard to scientifically defend a vegan diet when you consider the risks eating even "a little" chicken or dairy exposes you to, such as viruses and other pathogens (not to mention the risks others are exposed to as a result). Also, animal foods have scientifically been shown to be addictive. So in the environment of unlimited availaibilty eating even a little amount can be an issue. Kind of like trying to quit smoking by limiting consumption to one a day. Popper mentions the rural asians who ate a little chicken and eggs. Likely they were in an environment of limited availability, not the environment that exist now.
SO FREAKIN SICK OF EVERYBODY SAYING THEIR INFORMATION IS CORRECT. How can two different groups each say THEY are right, but have two completely different points of view? There is only one truth. I guess we'll never know. What a fucked up world we live in.
Follow the money, if 1 side has a benefit of making money from chickens/turkeys and the other side has no monetary benefit, believe the side with no money interests. It will be the right choice most of the time.
Because there are no extreme dangers of lectins or oxalates? Your blogs love to tell you half truths. So while eating lots of specific lectins could be dangerous, in reality this doesn't happen. Fear tactics are just fear tactics. Both lectin and oxalates are shown to be beneficial in whole foods.
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