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Book Review: “The China Study” by T. Colin Campbell
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Book Review: “The China Study” by T. Colin Campbell

The China Study clearly lays out how the current Western diet can be improved to prevent lifestyle diseases. We say: Most important book on nutrition and health

2 Raw Food? No, Thanks!
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2 Raw Food? No, Thanks!

3 main reasons for saying “No, thanks!”: 1. Culture, society, mental imagery, desire, and substitutes for love; 2. your environment; 3. the larger environment.

Book Review: “Salt Sugar Fat” by Michael Moss
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Book Review: “Salt Sugar Fat” by Michael Moss

The only way out of the fast-food dilemma is to do it yourself. Only a relative few with the necessary financial resources manage to do this.

Raw Natural Markets, April 2013, USA with Kathrin Seiler Erb.
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3 Why Raw Food?

Reasons for and against raw food: disease or obesity often causes people to turn to raw food. But you can end up on an unhealthy path, as with any type of diet.

Diet and Lifestyle can prevent breast cancer
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Diet and Lifestyle Can Prevent Breast Cancer

Breast cancer doesn't occur overnight. Many years can pass before a palpable lump forms. But lifestyle changes can prevent it from developing further.

Epigenetics: We Influence Our Genes and the Genes of Others
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Epigenetics: We Influence Our Genes and the Genes of Others

The mechanisms of life are more complex than previously thought, writes molecular biologist Gottfried Schatz, codiscoverer of mitochondrial DNA.

Prevent and Reverse Type 2 Diabetes With a Plant-Based Diet
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Prevent and Reverse Type 2 Diabetes With a Plant-Based Diet

One in eleven people has diabetes. In less than fifteen years, this number will double. A plant-based diet can prevent and even reverse this condition.

4 Types of Raw Food Diets
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4 Types of Raw Food Diets

You can see from this article that there are many variations of a raw food diet. Don’t select a very rigid plan, at least initially. Learn as you go.

What makes a good night's sleep
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What makes a good night’s sleep?

Sleep impacts every aspect of our lives. Here are some of the main points you might want to take into consideration in order to get a good night’s sleep.

Der Einfluss der Ernährung auf verschiedene Krebsarten als horizontales Balkendiagramm.
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How to Prevent Colorectal Cancer

Between 66% and 75% of colorectal cancer cases can be prevented by having a healthy diet and lifestyle.

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These nutritious fruit balls with raisins and rolled oats are perfect for people with a sweet tooth.
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Fruit Balls with Raisins, Nuts and Rolled Oats (Video)

These nutritious fruit balls with raisins and rolled oats are perfect for people with a sweet tooth.

At the age of 82, Ernst Erb accomplished another hiking project - the Juf-Maloja trail.
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Hiking the Juf - Maloja Trail at the age of 82

At the age of 82, Ernst Erb accomplished another hiking project - the Juf-Maloja trail, ~1000 m ascent and ~1300 m descent, approximately 16.5 km in 5 hours.

When you lose weight, where does the fat go? 84% of a fat molecule’s mass becomes CO2 and 16% water.
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The mathematics of weight loss | Ruben Meerman

When you lose weight, where does the fat go? Ruben Meerman shows that 84% of a fat molecule’s mass becomes carbon dioxide (which we breathe out) and 16% - water

Reporter Michael Moss discusses with Steve Paikin about his book, "Salt, Sugar, and Fat".
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Michael Moss: How the Food Giants Hooked Us

The New York Times investigative reporter Michael Moss discusses with Steve Paikin about his book, "Salt, Sugar, and Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us".

Around half of the clinical trials done on medicines we use are not published. Sile Lane talks about
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The hidden side of clinical trials | Sile Lane | TEDxMadrid

Around half of the clinical trials done on medicines we use are not published. Sile Lane talks about hidden dangers and possible solutions.

Mark Hyman, MD explains why “everybody needs milk to be healthy” is a misconception and what are the main reasons why people should avoid milk at all costs.
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Dairy: 6 Reasons You Should Avoid it at all Costs

Mark Hyman, MD explains why “everybody needs milk to be healthy” is a misconception and what are the main reasons why people should avoid milk at all costs.

Jeff Iliff explains how during night's sleep, our brain cleans itself and its huge health impact.
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Jeff Iliff: One More Reason to Get a Good Night's Sleep

Jeff Iliff explains how during night's sleep, our brain cleans itself and what a tremendous impact this process has on our health.

Neal Barnard, M.D. discusses how a plant-based diet can prevent and even reverse diabetes.
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Forks Over Knives - Dr. Neal Barnard on Diabetes

Neal Barnard, M.D. discusses how a plant-based diet can prevent and even reverse diabetes.

Forks Over Knives: a movie that could save lives
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Forks Over Knives - Official Trailer

Forks Over Knives: a movie that could save lives

Dr. Michael Greger talks about why a 40-year vegan dies of a heart attack and all about omega 3's and B12 nutrition and why these two nutrients are so important
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Man Who Was Vegan for 40 Years Dies of a Heart Attack!

Dr. Michael Greger tells us why vegans are generally not better off than meat eaters. He recommends eating vegan but eating in a healthy manner.

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