New Mexico, USA
Dr. Oz has always given exposure to a plant-based lifestyle. His wife and a couple of his kids are vegans.
He has been known for years in our (medical) profession as a doctor who brought workable alternatives into his operating room, often using energy work to help a patient heal expeditiously.
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Great exposure for this movie that Ive seen 4x in screenings & believe will have a HUGE impact on the public's food choices. Get everyone you know to see this movie!
And Rich, thanks for bringing up the rarely mentioned info about aspartame...it's a nasty thing.
One dgtr of Dr Oz is an author & she is a fishetarian not a vegan, fyi.
Seems the time has finally come for a plant-based diet to go mainstream.
The Exec. producer of this film is a friend of mine, Brian Wendel. Huge kudos to Brian for all the work & investment in making this film & now getting it out there big time! :-)
Was the Dr. Ellis video review included for the purpose of showing how ridiculous Dr. Ellis and the typical meat eater defenses of their eating habit, is, not to mention that he must be a lousy doctor because he states that whole foods and grains do absolutely nothing for you? I can't think of any other reason. Glad he isn't my doctor.
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