The McDougall Newsletter - March 2007
  March 2007   Vol. 6 Issue 03

When Friends Ask: "Why Don't You Drink Milk?"

Nutritionally speaking, dairy foods are essentially "liquid meats"—but worse, because people drink milk, and eat cheese, guiltlessly—often thinking "milk makes my bones unbreakable, helps me lose weight, and makes my skin as soft and beautiful as a baby's tush."  In their haste to sell products, the dairy industry has created an obsession over calcium that has become, in effect, a major contributor to the suffering and death of more than one billion people annually on Planet Earth from diseases of overnutrition—obesity, heart disease, stroke, arthritis, and diabetes.

Defending the McDougall Diet - If I Must

Headlines are made worldwide when a study is published that suggests people can continue to indulge in lobster drawn in butter, bloody-raw tri-tip beefsteaks, and crispy fried cheese.  How can a single study be so convincing? The answer is simple: People love to hear good news about their bad habits.  "Now I don't have to eat more vegetables."

Report on the Amazing Costa Rica Trip

When people try to describe their time with us this past February 2007 on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica most exclaim "amazing." Arranging such a diversity of experiences would be beyond the wildest dreams for most people. Travelers found themselves face to face with giant mantas, whales, tropical fish, bats, iguanas, butterflies, and a variety of monkeys while river rafting, horseback riding, wagon riding, kayaking, motor boating, walking, and swinging through the treetops—all in 7 days.  Plus, they were not once confronted with "the food challenge."

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