Over the last ten years or so we all got used to reading tens and thousands of articles about the importance of protein and how ‘healthy’ and ‘natural’ the Paleo diet is, just because it supposedly mimics our ancestors. And never have I ever come across a comment below such articles, doubting the claims and calling them ‘pseudoscience’.
Yet, when more and more real life cases, doctor reports and science studies tell us that switching to a whole-food plant-based diet can help reverse chronic disease, treat diabetes, and in some cases even cancer, vegans and non-vegans alike lunge into a wild argument claiming ‘veganism is not a cure for all’, and are quick to label the reports as ‘pseudoscience’.
I am absolutely smitten by this, as I cannot imagine respected doctors, reporting lies.
Why would they do that, and why any intelligent audience would not believe their reports, coming from hundreds of real-life cases? Aren’t the huge number of real-life examples a much stronger evidence than any lab study that can easily be skewed, according to one’s financial interest?
And let’s face it, plant-based doctors are not cashing in on kale sales!
If you know what I mean, I want you to get some real-life inspiration from these doctors, reporting the shocking effects plant-based nutrition had on their patients:
Dea is passionate about pursuing gentle, pure living in all its forms. She’s a veg and fruit foodie, who loves to explore the healing properties of plant-based foods and then fully indulge in their sun-filled taste. She believes that “In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.”