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didi wrote:Today we had a class on low fat eating after the cardiac rehab exercises. Unbelievable. You can guess what the prescription is for food intake for cardiac patients...
The instructors know darn well their advice is not going to make a difference. Ours kept saying--I know you won't do it if I tell you to cut these things out all together.
carollynne wrote:I can totally believe what is reported here. I just completed the Dr Campbell/ ecornell certificate program on plant based nutrition and honestly loved it. I feel very equipped to stare anyone down now and tell them why I eat this way! And it keeps happening at the fitness center where I go to use the pool a lot, and honestly it is amazing how this is the case by far. Everyone of the older ladies and one of the water instructors too, who have watched my progress and body transformation has exclaimed to me, how much I have lost, and that they could never give up their meat and diary, because they are diabetic. There is just so much diabetes out in this world. A real shame when it can be preventable by a plant based diet. One lady recently could not get over how I have lost 50 lbs by eating potatoes!! She exclaimed to me, you eat potatoes? and went on to say, as a diabetic, she doesn't eat any potatoes, or even corn.... it is so useless to combat such a thing. The doctors in the summit health group we have here, dare not stray from their protocols and so luckily we can all follow the few plant based doctors, like Dr John McDougall and Dr Esselstyn, Dr Barnard, to name a few.
I will never go back to eating dead animal carcasses and any diary ever!! Never felt better in my life, except perhaps in basic training in the Womens' Army Corps!!
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