Since Going Plant-Based, I’ve Lost 45 Pounds, Lowered My Cholesterol, and Stopped Getting Uterine Fibroids

Before adopting a plant-based diet, Aimee Ponce suffered from a heel spur, uterine fibroids, and other chronic ailments. Read on for her story.

Source: Since Going Plant-Based, I’ve Lost 45 Pounds, Lowered My Cholesterol, and Stopped Getting Uterine Fibroids

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Vitamin B12: A Vegan Nutrition Primer

There’s no doubt about it: Vitamin B12 is the big issue in vegan nutrition. It’s not that it’s difficult to get enough; in fact, it’s quite easy. But this is an area where vegans absolutely need to supplement. And the consequences of not

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Once Bedridden with Chronic Inflammation, Now I’m Rock Climbing and Running 5Ks

I spent the majority of the summer of 2017 in bed. I had debilitating chronic inflammation, joint pain, and heartburn. I’d been diagnosed with atrial fibrillation two years prior, and my episodes were getting worse.

Source: Once Bedridden with Chronic Inflammation, Now I’m Rock Climbing and Running 5Ks

Preorder How Not to Diet Now! | NutritionFacts.org

I highly recommend it.  His first book was lifechagning for me and many others.My new book How Not to Diet is now available for pre-order!  It’s hard to express how excited I am that it’s finally coming out. It’s the biggest single research project I’ve ever taken on. There are more than a half million papers published in the medical literature on obesity with 100 new ones every day. It’s no

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Why Did Doctors Keep Prescribing Cancer? | NutritionFacts.org

We’ve known about the role of estrogen in breast cancer going back to the 1800s, when surgical removal of the ovaries seemed to help in some cases. Ovaries were said to send out “mysterious” influences to the rest of the body, which were identified as estrogen in 1923. The medical profession jumped on this discovery

Source: Why Did Doctors Keep Prescribing Cancer? | NutritionFacts.org