Eating 100% plant-based whole food diet just once a day could dramatically reduce one’s risk for cardiovascular disease, according to a new study published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism . The research specifically pointed to dinner as the pivotal meal that determined one’s risk. Data collected from over 27,000 adults extracted from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) found that those who consumed a plant-based diet rich in whole carbohydrates and low in saturated fats reduced their risk of heart disease by up to 10 percent. How to Reverse Heart Failure with Diet An entire issue of a cardiology journal dedicated to plant-based nutrition explores the role an evidence-based diet can play in the reversal of congestive heart failure. DOCTOR'S NOTE Wait, did I say reverse coronary heart disease? As in reversing the #1 killer of men and women? I’ve got lots of videos on the topic, but How Not to Die from Heart
A vegan lifestyle is a healthy and compassionate way to live. This blog is a resource for people who are interested in learning more about veganism. You'll find recipes, tips, and inspiration for living a vegan lifestyle.