The China Study

 

Dr. Campbell’s book has changed – and likely saved – many lives as many non-meat eaters report that reading it was their tipping point. The China Study can be a heavy read but is well worth it and full of simple charts and graphs that hammer-home the message.

Research by Dr. Campbell has demonstrated that animal protein promotes cancer growth, contrary to plant protein. He connects eating animal products to increased incidence of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, obesity, autoimmune disease and diseases of the kidney, brain and eyes.

Based on over 40 years of research, Dr. Campbell recommends eating as much whole, plant-based foods (fruit, veggies, legumes, nuts, whole grains) as you want, minimizing refined carbs (white bread, crackers, etc.), added vegetable oils and fish and avoiding meat, poultry, dairy and eggs.

Towards the end of the book you get a feel for the frustration experts in the field of plant-based nutrition experience. Nutrition research receives a small fraction of health related funding. The pathetic nutrition guidelines released by the government reflect how we can eat to fund the food industry rather than eat for health. A healthcare system that drives profits for hospitals and drug companies. This all gives you a sense of why a plant-based diet isn’t the gold standard, even though there is ample research demonstrating the life changing benefits.



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  • China Study is a game changer. Forget about trivial things like what diet to go on and will power. This book makes that kind of thinking like child play.
    Hard core science based on data with breadth and depth is hard to argue with. These diereses of abundance are avoidable with correct food choices! This concept is refreshing to hear yet scary with all of its implications. Thanks for sharing this read. I hope many many more benefit from reading this book. I had to read several pages several times but was riveted. Thank you Dr. Campbell.

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