VIDEO: Curing People with Plant-Based DIet

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Subject: VIDEO: Curing People with Plant-Based DIet
Date: December 30th 2013

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Dear VegSource Reader:

Go to an under-served area in East Oakland, get a group of 50 families in a church go adopt a healthy, plant-based diet for 30 days.

What happens to the particpants?

Miracles, according to their own reports.

Watch this 11 minute video that tells how EarthSave's MEALS FOR HEALTH program went into a church in the Bay Area, to see how a plant-based diet can save lives in the congregation.

Watch now, then consider making a donation to EarthSave to spread this program:

http://www.earthsave.org/mfh_gift_2013.htm

Michael Klaper: Failed Vegans Are Addicts?

Know anyone who tried being vegan, but failed?

Michael Klaper MD has a provocative theory, backed by fascinating research, about why some people feel lousy as a vegan, and only feel better when they go back to eating meat.

In a nutshell: being raised on an unhealthy, meat-heavy diet changes one's body, right down to the DNA. And your body adapts to a heavy stream of daiily animal products in some interesting -- and troubling -- ways.

In this video excerpt from Expo 2013, watch Dr. Klaper explain why some people fail as vegans:

http://www.vegsource.com/news/2013/12/are-failed-vegans-addicts-michael-klaper-md-video.html

Love, peas & aloha,
Jeff & Sabrina

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