Lessons from the Past
I found this recent interview with Dr. John McDougall where he talks about Lessons from the Past, Directions for the Future.
In this interview Dr. McDougall talks about his 50 years of medical experience and the more than 100 years of evidence that supports starch based (whole food plant-based) nutrition.
I encourage you to read the article and watch the video. They are worth it and so is your own health.
Weight loss hypnosis can help you to create a large amount of no desire for the foods that make you sick and fat and create a healthy desire for the foods that make you healthy and slender.
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We can fix our food supply. Rather than feeding the crops to animals,
we could instead eat the corn, wheat, soybeans, and potatoes ourselves.
Death Rates Plummet for Starch-fed Danes
John McDougall, M.D. “What were the results of this change in diet for the 3 million people living in Copenhagen? During the years of the most severe food restriction, 1917 to 1918, the death rate was reduced by 3 4%, which translated into 6,300 lives saved. These were the lowest death rates ever reported for Den mark, even for those years prior to the war. Dr. Hindhede tied this reduction in mortality directly to a diet based on consuming starches in place of meat: ‘This result was not a surprising one to me. Since 1885, when I began my experiments with a low-protein diet (mostly vegetarian), I have been convinced that better physical conditions resulted from this standard of living…As the result of extensive studies in this field I am convinced that over-nutrition, the result of palatable meat dishes, is one of the most common causes of disease.’”
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