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How The China Study Changed My Life

Kenton Brown | November 6, 05 at 08:44 PM

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I am a Missionary living in Honduras. I was diagnosed with the clinical depression 6 years ago even though I had been struggling with it most of my life. For the last 6 years I have been on either 150mg...

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Medical Journals Are an Extension of the Marketing Arm of Pharmaceutical Companies

Richard Smith | November 6, 05 at 08:17 PM

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Richard Smith was an editor for the British Medical Journal for 25 years. For the last 13 of those years, he was the editor and chief executive of the BMJ Publishing Group, responsible for the profits of not only the...

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SARS: Another Deadly Virus From the Meat Industry

Michael Greger, M.D. | November 6, 05 at 02:41 AM

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Animal agriculture is not just a public health hazard for those that consume meat. In fact, the single worst epidemic in recorded world history, the 1918 influenza pandemic, has been blamed on the livestock industry.1 In that case, the unnatural...

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Meat & Dairy: The Devastating Environmental Cost

November 6, 05 at 02:12 AM

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Meat & Dairy: The Devastating Environmental Cost

Leading researchers and ecologists call for tax on meat and dairy to reflect true environmental impactWhat, exactly, is the environmental cost of an animal product-based diet?There are probably few people, if any, better qualified to answer this question than David...

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The Key to Longevity: Cleansing the Colon

Roopa Chari, M.D. | November 6, 05 at 12:57 AM

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The Key to Longevity: Cleansing the Colon

In America we currently have an epidemic of colon cancer and diseases of the colon due to several reasons some of which include a poor diet, lack of exercise, dehydration, and emotional stress leading to constipation. Modern life-style has taken...

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A New Cardiovascular Approach: Eating for Life

Caldwell B. Esselstyn Jr., MD | November 6, 05 at 12:23 AM

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A New Cardiovascular Approach: Eating for Life

Plummeting cholesterol numbers and reversals of coronary cartery disease come down to one thing: There's no cheating on this diet developed by Caldwell B. Esselstyn Jr., MD.When it comes to heart disease, Caldwell B. Esselstyn Jr., MD, says moderation kills....

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Very Vegetarian

Jannequin Bennett | November 5, 05 at 11:25 PM

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Very Vegetarian

Introduction by Carl LewisCan a world-class athlete get enough protein from a vegetarian diet to compete? I've found that a person does not need protein from meat to be a successful athlete. In fact, my best year of track competition...

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Dr. Neal Pinckney: Reversing Heart Disease Through Lifestyle

Neal Pinckney, Ph.D. | November 5, 05 at 09:06 PM

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Dr. Neal Pinckney: Reversing Heart Disease Through Lifestyle

This is the story of VegSource's Dr. Neal Pinckney's personal experience with heart disease and how it lead to the writing of the Healthy Heart Handbook. Denial is not just a river in Egypt. I frequently saw my father, who...

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