Dr Fuhrman's Fake Testimonial

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Subject: Dr Fuhrman's Fake Testimonial
Date: December 12th 2019
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Dr Fuhrman's Fake Testimonial

If a doctor promotes a plant-based diet, should they still be required to follow ethical guidelines?

For example, if a plant-based doctor grossly misrepresents research, should we overlook that if the end result is that more people might adopt this way of eating?

How about if a doctor uses a fake weight loss testimonial to promote their eating plan? Would that be okay, if it led to people changing their diets to one that's more plant-based?

Is it wrong for vegans to critique another vegan's poor behavior, if we are all promoting a plant-based diet?

Should we only critique the poor science or behavior of people pushing diets which contain animal products?

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