Yes, confusion about diet abounds in the media. In a free enterprise system it’s now wonder.
Yet as I became acutely aware – and shared with you before – as a result of my Plant-Based Nutrition Certification at Cornell University, it is incumbent upon us to take a look at the studies and the data, trusted sources, and make decisions for ourselves and our health. There are too many corporations interested in me loading up my plate with dairy, downing ‘healthy’ oils, and serving sides of beef that are clearly not in my own healthy best interests.
I never tell anyone exactly what to eat. I share what I do and why, point them in the direction of the data and reports so that they can make their own decision, and invite them to come along for the happy, healthy ride.
Just the other day I came across this refreshing video clip from Dr. Pam Popper that I want to share with you. It’s titled “Pam Popper PhD — Optimizing Health for Women”, but I’m giving it an alternate title of “Stories vs. Long-term Research”. Take a look and you’ll see why.
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