I have to say that I'm a bit turned off by this article. Although I have been 'intrigued' with the Joel Fuhrman way of eating. I've been an NTer now for a couple of years, and I go some days without eating any meat at all. I'd have to say, based on the research that I've done very heavily the past two years, is that you're only right on a few things in this article.
I don't believe a word anyone says either, until I do enough research to back up what they're saying to prove that it's true. Unfortunately, too many people don't do that and in doing that they then actually believe that everything is this article is true. (Shaking my head) What a crying shame!
I don't advocate for anything or anyone but good honest healthy eating and that does include LOTS of veggies! Oh, and animals of course!
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Very bad tendentious article, completely ignoring paleoanthropological evidence of the important role of meat in human evolution and numerous new experimental, epidemiological and clinical evidence about the health benefits of animal food in human nutrition.
So far, I have read nothing in the plant-food world about chronic kidney disease. It's almost as if the subject is avoided. What is your advice about this?
ArchiesBoy- here is some info on kidney disease and plant based diets: http://nutritionfacts.org/video/treating-kidney-failure-through-diet/
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