Unhealthy Vegans - Bad Examples? - Dr. McDougall (VIDEO)

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Subject: Unhealthy Vegans - Bad Examples? - Dr. McDougall (VIDEO)
Date: November 6th 2018
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Unhealthy Vegans: Undercutting the Message? - Dr. McDougall (VIDEO)

To Dr. McDougall, "vegan" means a person with outstanding character, someone willing to sacrifice and committed to making a difference.

But could some vegans or animal rights activists be more effective examples and advocates - by embracing a healthier vegan diet?

Originally titled "The Fat Vegan" (but title modified for YouTube), this is Dr. McDougall's full talk on the subject at our Healthy Lifestyle Expo 2009.

Watch video now (43 minutes):


Everything Doctors Won't Tell You - Dr. McDougall (VIDEO)

Diet is at the root of nearly every common fatal and disabling disease. 

This insight is the result of the close observation of over 1,000 hospitals.

The good news is you can start reversing this right now. 

John McDougall MD shows that prevention through a healthy diet and lifestyle is the only defense, and "early detection" is BS.

Watch video now (25 minutes):



Low-Salt Diets Are Unhealthy - Dr. McDougall (VIDEO)

Humans are natural salt seekers. Salt tastes good to us, and there is good reason for this. The emphasis on very low-salt diets is misguided. Fix the food - and then you can put some salt on your healthy food if you'd like.

Focus on food, not salt.

Dr. McDougall explains it in this talk from our 2009 Healthy Lifestyle Expo.

Watch video now (30 minutes):



Peas and Love,
Jeff & Sabrina Nelson

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