High Plant-Fat Diet Promotes Disease

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Subject: High Plant-Fat Diet Promotes Disease
Date: April 3rd 2020
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High Plant-Fat Diet Promotes Disease

In PART TWO of our two-part series, today we look at some of the well established research on plant-based diets - that began nearly a hundred years ago.

As you'll see, the low-fat plant-based diet is the ONLY diet proven repeatedly to reverse heart disease, prevent or reverse some cancers, and extend life.

Research began as far back as 1927, and very early it became clear that by lowering total fat intake using a plant-based diet - including lowering fats from plants, like oils, nuts, avocados and olives - people can reverse heart disease.

Those now championing a higher fat plant-based diet - have to ignore nearly a century of evidence.

This is Part 2 of a two part series on the relationship between health and fat content of plant based diets.

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Don't Be Duped By Bad Science

A small but increasing number of plant-based doctors have started recommending higher fat intake and olive oil.

Some are suggesting the optimal fat intake is 30%, so long as it's "healthy" plant-fats.

Today we look at some of the research these doctors cite to back up their recommendations.

This is PART ONE in a TWO PART series on research showing healthy plant-fats consumed above a certain level are shown to promote heart disease - and cancer.

Watch video now (34 minutes):




Love & Peas,
Jeff & Sabrina




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