The Meaning of Life, Natural Science, and Belief in Religion
A researcher (biochemist and university professor emeritus) explains our true being and the world since the big bang.
M. Pollan: "Don't Buy Any Food You've Ever Seen Advertised"
In light of the processed food industry’s vast spending on marketing, Pollan advises to be wary of any food that is advertised.
Sugar – The Elephant in the Kitchen | Robert Lustig
Dr. Robert Lustig shows that in the present public health crisis, sugar consumption as the main cause of metabolic diseases is the elephant in the kitchen.
From Lucerne to Zurich at the Age of 80
On his eightieth birthday, Ernst Erb walked from Lucerne to Zurich, showing that the best way to maintain overall health is to eat a natural, plant-based diet.
Can a Vegan Raw Food Diet Cure Cancer? | Ernst Erb
In 1978, Ernst Erb was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s cancer (statistical life expectancy of 2½ years). Afterwards, he decided to follow a raw vegan diet.
Diagnosed with Terminal Cancer in 1978 —Walked 55 km in 2016
In 1978, Ernst Erb was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s cancer (with a statistical life expectancy of 2½ years). In 2016, he walked from Lucerne to Zurich.
What I did when I was diagnosed with a deadly cancer
Ernst Erb was diagnosed with a deadly mantle cell lymphoma in 1978. Today, at the age of 82, he still enjoys good health and great endurance.
WHAT THE HEALTH - Trailer (2017)
What the health - a film about nutrition, health, corruption and how meat and dairy are responsible for an epidemic cascade of debilitating diseases.
Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows. Carnism
Dr. Melanie Joy explains "Carnism", the psychological phenomenon behind why we eat certain meat and reject others.
Everything You Think You Know About Addiction is Wrong
Johann Hari spent three years researching the war on drugs; along the way, he discovered that addiction is not what we think it is
Food for thought: How your belly controls your brain
Our bellies and brains are connected. The state of our intestines can alter the way our brains work, giving a whole new meaning to 'Food for thought".