At Bainbridge Island Hypnosis for Weight Loss, I’m frequently asked about nutrition evidence. There is so much conflicting information about what to eat and what not to eat. Many people just give up trying to figure it out. So much of the confusion is the result of marketers hawking their latest fad diet product.
With all sincerity people ask me, “Can there really be one diet that fits all people?” According to the evidence from numerous studies over the last 100 years, yes. With a few exceptions, one diet does fit all.
In July 1990, Dr. Dean Ornish, published his first randomized control trial in The Lancet proving that heart disease can be reversed with a whole food plant-based lifestyle. This was the first of many evidence based studies documenting the many health benefits of whole grains, vegetables and fruit.
In May 2013, Kaiser Permanente published Nutritional Updates for Physicians: Plant-Based Diets. This publication directed it’s 15,000 medical doctors to recommend a plant-based diet to all patients, “especially those with high blood pressure, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, or obesity.” Over the past 3 years, more medical organizations world-wide are recommending a whole food plant-based lifestyle to their patients. Why are they moving in this direction? Nutrition evidence.
Whole Food Plant-based evidence is real
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