My good friend Debbie called me the other day and asked for a little motivational help. She was struggling with giving up caffeinated tea, and asked me for the secret to giving up bad habits. She was setting in for… Read more
To say I had a rough childhood is an understatement. My father was a maniac, alcoholic prizefighter who constantly beat my mom and two brothers while I lived on the run from his violent assaults. Finally, after a severe beating… Read more
Pam Popper, N.D, who was featured in Forks Over Knives, was interviewed on the radio show “An Organic Conversation.” Click below to listen to the interview.
Forks Over Knives – The Cookbook arrives two weeks before its official release date and is now available for immediate shipping on ForksOverKnives.com. The book, authored by Del Sroufe, contains more than 300 classic and unexpected recipes from around the world. … Read more
On May 12, 2012, T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D. spoke at TEDx in New York City. Click below to watch the 18 minute presentation.
This article was originally published on One Green Planet, and has been reprinted with permission. These days, few commentaries cause vegans more despair than those proclaiming the virtues of eating “humane” meat, those promoting the ethics of eating “sustainable” meat,… Read more
I’m 38 years-old, and my father had his first heart attack at 40. I’ve been taking beta-blockers since the age of 20 and my cholesterol has never been below 230. I am married with a four-year-old autistic child and work… Read more
Low-carbohydrate (low-carb) diets are fueling the destruction of human health and our planet Earth. “Low-carbohydrate” means a diet high in animal foods and low in plant foods. Only plants synthesize carbohydrates (sugars). The body parts of animals, including red meat,… Read more
Houston Texans star running back Arian Foster said he is trying a vegan diet. On July 5, he tweeted, “Officially a vegan now. We’ll see how this goes. But week one down. So far, so good. Feels wonderful.” Foster is apparently… Read more
In 2008 I had double bypass surgery. Two years later, both grafts were completely blocked. One was stented and the other could not be fixed. In October of 2011, I had another blocked artery that could not be stented. Being… Read more
One of the most frequently asked questions I get is, what inspired you to do an Ironman Triathlon right after being diagnosed with breast cancer? The answer is that I stumbled onto some powerful information on both the role of… Read more
Note from the Editor: Earlier this week, Jack Osbourne, reality T.V. personality and son of singer Ozzy Osbourne, revealed that he has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). Below is an article from John McDougall, M.D. on MS and diet… Read more
Having known some things about foods for the last 10+ years, I wasn’t too anxious to watch Forks Over Knives, as I figured it would just confirm what I already knew: the foods we often eat are unhealthy. The “fateful”… Read more
Calorie density is the simplest approach to healthful eating and lifelong weight management. This common sense approach to sound nutrition allows for lifelong weight management without hunger; more food for fewer calories, and is easy to understand and follow. In… Read more
Ruth Heidrich, who was featured in Forks Over Knives, was interviewed on ESPN 1700 San Diego to discuss her breast cancer recovery and accomplishments as an Ironman triathlete. Click below to listen to the interview.
So-called organic meat, dairy and eggs are sold as a means for people to reduce their exposure to hormones and chemical toxins. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) states that animals raised on an organic operation must be fed… Read more