(Closed) Forks over knives?

posted 6 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

I saw it, I really like the message!  I was borderline vegan when I watched it and it took a while to get veganism to stick, but I’ve been vegan for a month now and feel great.

You can also watch crazy sexy cancer, great stuff!

Post # 4
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I watched it too. It was a great documentary that really got me thinking. I’m not vegetarian or vegan yet, but I try to make healthy food choices and I’ve cut down on the amount of meat I eat. Maybe someday I will make the switch, but for me it’s a gradual process.

Post # 5
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Honey bee

Just make sure you do your research and be fair to all sides of the nutrition story before you make a decision. There are studies to suppor many kinds of diets both with animal and products and without, with grains and without, high fat vs low fat. 

Watching one documentary is akin to asking just on person in a divorce what happened. You are only getting part of the story and a biased view. Its up to you to get all the information and make your own decision that works for you.

Other great books to read

Worlds Healthiest Foods (also http://www.whfoods.com)

The Whole Soy Story

The China Study

Read up on the Mediterranean Diet

You on a Diet

The Paleo Solution

just to name a few.

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