Thanks for the very even-keeled post. I appreciate it when people are not too polarized. In terms of diet, it seems that the best diet is very much a plant-based one, and I personally think that when people are too extreme in their presentation of data/conclusions/etc, it does more to hurt their cause than help it.
The link provided in the first comment was very interesting also.
I must say I agree with Don- I actually felt like Bill Maher was really trying to provide an opportunity for Dr. Campbell to get out his message, but Dr. Campbell just seemed to be on a different wavelength and didn't go with Bill Maher's direction. I imagine Dr. Esselstyn could have been a much better interview.
With that said, it still was decent and if people are ripe to hear the message, the message may have gotten across...
Thanks so much for posting this. Is there a way to download it?
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I have a question about the CNN interview. Perhaps I ought to address it to Dr Gupta too.
In the show, the point (as I recall it) was made that essentially no fat nor oil are to be ingested. However, in a later show, Dr Gupta said (paraphrasing him):
"We are what we eat and, in the case of our brain (that is mostly fat) this is especially true."
Can anyone comment on this. Did he mean to be telling us that we do need to eat fat? Perhaps I was only listening to what I wanted to hear!
What do we do about getting our omega3 oil?
Wow, Bill Clinton has lost a lot of weight since he was in office!
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