[Music] the diet that’s derived exclusively from whole plant foods that’s SOS free and SOS stands for the International symbol of danger and it also stands for salt oil and sugar including refined carbohydrates the best diet is the Whole Foods plant-based low-fat back no Whole Foods plant-based diet diet that’s founded on whole plant foods but that diet for humans you know like with heart is the number one killer here in the States there’s only one duck ever been proven to reverse heart disease in the majority of patients right and I’ve been a cardiologist now for about 14 years and outside of a medical emergency like somebody gets shot to ask be put back together again I’ve never seen anything come close to the breadth and depth of benefits that a plant-based diet provides so my clinical experience has informed this but what informed my clinical experience are the hundreds and hundreds of research studies basic science randomized controlled trials observational studies population-based studies that reinforce how incredibly helpful a plant-based diet is for multiple disease processes for multiple reasons for multiple different populations so the evidence base is incredibly strong and for whatever it’s worth my clinical experience has reinforced that for me the best diet in my opinion is a low-fat plant-based whole food diet absolutely a plant-based low-fat Whole Foods high-fiber diet that’s the best diet for humans well the reason the plant-based diet is optimal for health is it is the only diet that has ever been demonstrated in literature to to both prevent and reverse chronic diseases when people who have diabetes go to a vegan diet I mean get the animal products off their plate and go further keep the oils all I have it be healthy vegetables fruits whole grains beans we’ll do that they do great I would also add free of any processed food or as little as possible that includes things like sugar oil and salt well I think the best diets for humans and so they planted as well is a whole food plant-based diet and if you think about it you know all of our physiology all of our behaviors really are based on our evolution and like any biologic system we evolved to hang around long enough and find a mate and pass our DNA right and to accomplish that historically we had to be able to go find food and we’re starving and not be someone else’s food when they were starving and when someone we survived that’s we rest recovered and refuel then we refueled with the nutritional resources around this you know you hear people talking about hunter-gatherers that’s probably the greatest misnomer in anthropologic history because we weren’t hunter-gatherers we were gathered hunters it’s clear that in that ancestral diets were primarily gathered by women mainly and what did they get they gathered whole food plant-based sources of energy they gather roots and stems and leaves and seeds and fruits and nuts and vegetables and berries we didn’t have dairy products because we hadn’t domesticated mammals yet that didn’t occur until six to eight thousand years ago until it seems like a long time that’s the last few seconds of our evolutionary clock now we did eat meat it just wasn’t very much and it came from animals at ate what animals are supposed to eat however I would argue that our ancestors probably had a survival advantage to have in this concentrated animal protein to get big and strong and finding meat before they died of infectious disease when they were thirty mainly through sanitation than antibiotics we’ve almost tripled our lifespan and so we have now unmasked the chronic diseases I see every day in my office heart disease stroke diabetes cancer all of which have been clearly associated with both the overconsumption of animal protein and processed foods you have to think of two things you want to remove the foods that cause problems in our body and you want to put in the foods that fuel all of the cells that need to work properly which is every cell in our body so the best diet is going to have all the nutrients you need and that would be from a whole food plant-based diet from what we’ve seen in research over at this point decade it’s clear that a whole food plant-based little fad diet is the best for overall health treatment disease prevention so yeah it’s not just what I believe it’s pretty much what I know and a lot of us now the most strict draconian severe diet on the planet is the one that you have been eating all your life is this is a diet that is destroying the wealth of America 18% of our gross national product is now going into the health industry that’s insane we can eliminate chronic illness if we can get people to eat whole food plant-based nutrition oh it was a precarious time I felt a bit like a tightrope walker because I knew for many reasons I had to stop eating animals it was very clear I couldn’t sleep with myself knowing what I knew about the complicity I felt every time I paid for a meat-based meal I felt like I wanted to take a shower I knew I had paid for the death of an animal and that had to come to a stop for my own conscience but now if I’m not eating animal flesh and this is 1981 people are saying where you’re going to get your protein and you can starve to death and this is a dangerous thing to do but I saw that there were plant-based athletes now I am bill Perl and these massive body builders and the Durance runners and swimmers who have computer Burwash a tennis player were vegetarian so I knew it could be done and I knew the biggest animals on the planet were elephants and buffalos and giraffes they made thousands of pounds of muscle on plant-based materials anyway so either they could do it so the biochemistry is there the physiology is there you can run a mammalian body and all plant materials but I had to kind of back engineer it to see well right so where does the protein come from where do the vitamins come from where do the minerals come from and after a few months and many late nights and the nutrition books it finally fell into place yes you can do this you’ve got to eat all the wonderful plant foods that are available but if you do that you win over the body that’s the and healthy and needed medical care and I know there’s a lot of people that debate even within that world but I think it’s important for us to all recognize that that’s the core diet that’s the diet that the longest-lived society’s on the planet have followed that diet has countless amounts of peer-reviewed study supporting it and everything underneath is sort of personal preference because humans are as well so let me back up and say there is a very specific diet for all creatures on the planet elephants eat a different diet than zebras and cats and dogs than humans humans have since the beginning of their existence on the planet lived on a high carbohydrate diet plant food it’s a lot more available back then back in the day first of all we humans ability to outrun large animals not so good the fastest runners on the planet can’t do it today we never did so we’ve always lived on plants but in plant foods you have all the nutrients needed for high energy long life look around the world the longest lived people on the planet eat a plant-based diet different versions of it the Okinawan diets a little bit different than the diet and Greece and the diet and certain other parts of the world but what do they all have in common it’s a high carb or carbohydrate plant-based low-fat high-fiber diet that is a diet shared by healthy people the only dive just been shown to you know improve mood in these randomized control trials or reverse heart disease I mean so it’s not like oh we’re not showing all the ones where the low-carb diet also reverse heart disease no they don’t exist that’s what’s critical well the host food plant-based diet does not have any of the animal products that have been demonstrated over and over to cause harm to our health and it includes all of macro and micronutrients that do the complete opposite that animal feast does so over the last few years I have had a remarkable transformation myself from being a huge advocate of a Paleo diet during my medical residency back in 2012 to now going the complete opposite direction and being a a passionate whole food plant-based advocate since 2014 and the background behind this is that unfortunately I am in seven years of training four years of medical school and three years of residency not hopefully this will change one day but I did not receive a lot of education or class works on nutrition in fact during four years of medical school I would put it at zero zero hours I grew up thinking that you we had to eat animal products in order to get the necessary nutrients you know in order to maintain muscle mass and be athletic and have our brains function optimally I grew up as a typical protein of holic but over the course of time and having studied nutrition now for over 10 years having gotten a PhD in nutrition I’m firmly convinced that animal protein is not necessary and in fact not only is it not necessary it’s actually harmful it’s inflammatory and it leads to a whole collection of increased it increases your risk for chronic disease I’ve been a physician for 45 years and for the first nine or ten years of my career I was a regular blood and guts working doctor it was until I got so frustrated with general practice that I went back to learn how to become an anesthesiologist because all my patients known him was getting healthy so I thought anesthesia ow I have more control over the situation it was during my anesthesia training that it became very clear that I needed to stop eating animals and the adoption of a plant-based diet was the key to my patients getting healthier too a lot of people like to blame obesity on one factor whether it’s too much sugar or eating too much food or being inactive the fact of the matter is obesity is a multifactorial problem and we need to do a combination of more physical activity and yes exercise does affect your body weight and your body fat and your body fitness with ultimately affects your body weight so exercise has to be a key for obesity but also how you eat and just eating smaller portions of processed and high animal heavy foods is not the solution it might produce short-term weight loss but it’s not the way to sustain it and it’s not necessarily meeting all of your micronutrient needs your vitamins and minerals so a whole food plant-based diet we’ve already seen in several studies now that it is actually the optimal way to lose weight and not just for weight loss and for the amount of weight you lose but for the nutritious aspect of it with a low carb diet often you have to supplement with fiber and with vitamin and mineral supplements to actually get the nutrients you need because the diet itself is not providing it it’s not only important what we eat but also when we eat it meal timing and frequency are important factors that impact our metabolic health so I recommend that people either large breakfast according to the ancient proverb eat breakfast like a king lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper a high carb low fat gives people permission to eat Oreo cookies or you know processed sugars in various forms and that’s never a good thing if the those are all truthful and helpful descriptions of healthy ways to eat fruit of it is if you keep them in their pure the intended definition if the high carb means lots of quinoa and and kale and beans that’s a high carb diet but in their whole form and it’s going to do wonderful things for you but if it’s in the term in the form of white flour pasta and and sugary drinks and fruity desserts then that’s not going to be helpful even though it’s a high carb low fat diet so it’s got to be whole plant foods which gets us to the second definition whole plan for the parentage is absolutely probably the most benign people don’t know what to do with it but it’s mostly helpful starch base can be but again it’s got to be excluding the white flour pastas and the white breads and the baked goods because that’s high starch but now those a process starts it’s got to be whole Sarge fruit so if they’re kept in the pure form and all those definitions work when people say in Asian countries go toward a meaty diet having been on a more plant oriented diet once they get into meats and cheese and so far the diabetes rates go through the roof sugar can aid and abet that process but there’s a old sort of myth that if I got high blood sugar meeting diabetes that musta came because they ate sugar and that’s naive and not accurate you have this this unicorn study that supposedly shows you put people on bacon and eggs and in the majority that their heart disease disappears I will do a video about it that day I mean could people need to know that doesn’t make sense our taxes are being used to subsidize the product production the food that kills us such as so we are attached to being used to subsidize the production of foods that actually isn’t that we shouldn’t have so we all get set reporting in the University of Chicago Press they estimate that the savings in this country with the elimination of cardiovascular disease alone forty trillion dollars what gives me hope is the truth young people in the internet and the sparkle I see in the eyes of these first-year medical students of these young Dietetic students they know the truth and they feel empowered because they have power to have the tools that can vanquish these dreadful frightening diseases Clyde arteries high blood pressure strokes diabetes of lupus colon inflammation these are frightening diseases so us experienced physician but now we have that magic lightsaber that can slay them all but it’s too violent and analogy these diseases a result of the abnormal diet we’ve been eating if you stop hitting yourself and head head with a hammer the headaches go away and you stop putting in a disease producing diet these diseases go away and the obese you adopt a whole food plant-based diet and the obesity melts away and the arteries open up and the high blood pressure goes down and a joint stopped hurting and the skin clears up and the bowel start working and you say ah feels good to be healthy again [Applause] [Music] [Applause]


  1. We're launching World Plant Milk Day on 22nd August. Check out the website: www.worldplantmilkday.com and join the thunderclap: https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/60795-support-world-plant-milk-day

  2. There are just as many doctors and researchers touting the benefits of animal based diets like Paleo and ketogenic diets which are diametrically opposed to everything being claimed here. Meanwhile, obese and sick Americans are just getting more confused and frustrated than ever before. I don't envy organizations like the AHA and ADA that are caught in this tug of war among proponents of both lifestyles and have to make recommendations for dietary health.

  3. Vagans are not the smartest or bravest people! This means if the govt. wants to come get your guns. The vagans who are'nt the ballziest cause of a lack of cholesterol to testosterone conversion via non-meat consumption will roll over willingly at the first drop of a dime! Not only that, they can't thinK staright cause cholesterol makes the better part of the brain. So right there is a red flag. The govt. absolutely wants your guns. This is the first thing the communist and socialist govt's do before they kull the population of the trouble makers. But the ones that remain starve and are brutalized! So think about what your promoting here! It's not in your interest or your childrens interest to live in a police state like the Hunger Games where everyone is starving and dieing!

  4. Kudos to all of the plant-based docs and experts that have brought us the truth. They are all lean and healthy. Look at those low carb guys…many are very fat:Fallon, Atkins, Sears, Weill etc. etc.

  5. I like Greger, but, he looks older than like, say, Dr. Fuhrman, and I was shocked to find that he is only 45-46??? What is up with that? Fuhrman is 64…………Nutritarian diet.


  7. Question: What Do boxers, MMA fighters and bodybuilders limit and omit from their diet when their competing and cutting wieight? Answer: CARBOHYDRATES !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. Carbohydrates absolutley inversley affect insulins normal function in the body that leads to insulin resistence tht eventually affects nutrients from entering the body's cells.

  9. Who is behind this skewing of known biological facts and knowledge about insulin and carbohydrates? Who the hell is subverting very well known and proven facts about human bilological processes?!!!!

  10. https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/mar/17/tsimane-of-the-bolivian-amazon-have-worlds-healthiest-hearts-says-study

    "A high carbohydrate diet of rice, plantain, manioc and corn, with a small amount of wild game and fish – plus around six hours’ exercise every day – has given the Tsimané people of the Bolivian Amazon the healthiest hearts in the world."

    It may not be a life that everyone would choose. The Tsimané live in thatched huts with no electricity or modern conveniences. Their lives are spent on hunts that can last for over eight hours covering 18 km for wild deer, monkeys or tapir and clearing large areas of primal forest with an axe, as well as the gentler pastime of gathering berries.

    But as a result of this pre-industrial lifestyle, the Tsimané have hardly any hardening of the arteries. Heart attacks and strokes, the biggest killers in the US and Europe, are almost unknown.

    The study published in the Lancet medical journal and being presented at the American College of Cardiology conference shows that an 80-year-old Tsimané man has the vascular age of an American in his mid-50s.

    Researchers, who investigated the lifestyles of the Tsimané and checked out their arteries with CT scanners, say that there are lessons for those of us who live sedentary lives in urban areas and eat packaged foods.

    “This study suggests that coronary atherosclerosis [hardening of the arteries] could be avoided if people adopted some elements of the Tsimané lifestyle, such as keeping their LDL cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar very low, not smoking and being physically active,” said senior cardiology author Dr Gregory S Thomas from Long Beach Memorial Medical Centre in the US.

    “Most of the Tsimané are able to live their entire life without developing any coronary atherosclerosis. This has never been seen in any prior research. While difficult to achieve in the industrialized world, we can adopt some aspects of their lifestyle to potentially forestall a condition we thought would eventually effect almost all of us.”

    Coronary atherosclerosis is the build-up of plaque in the arteries leading to the heart, which slows the blood flow and can cause blood clots – which may in turn lead to a heart attack. The researchers found that almost nine out of 10 of the 705 Tsimané adults who took part in the study had no risk at all of heart disease; 13% had a low risk and only 3% – 20 individuals – had moderate or high risk.

    Even in old age, 65% of those aged over 75 had almost no risk and only 8% (four out of 48) had a moderate to high risk. By contrast, in the US, a study of more than 6,800 people found that half had moderate to high risk – five times as many as among the Tsimané people – and only 14% had no risk of heart disease at all.

    In the Tsimané population, heart rate, blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood glucose were also low. The study suggests that genetic risk is less important than lifestyle. “Over the last five years, new roads and the introduction of motorised canoes have dramatically increased access to the nearby market town to buy sugar and cooking oil,” said Dr Ben Trumble, of Arizona State University, US. “This is ushering in major economic and nutritional changes for the Tsimané people.” Those whose lifestyle is changing have higher cholesterol levels than others who stick to hunting and fishing.

    Senior anthropology author Prof Hillard Kaplan, from the University of New Mexico, said the loss of subsistence diets and lifestyles could be classed as a new risk factor for vascular ageing. “We believe that components of this way of life could benefit contemporary sedentary populations,” he said.

    Tsimané people are more likely to get infections than those in the US, but even so, he said, “they have a very high likelihood of living into old age.”

    The researchers cannot yet say whether diet or the active lifestyle is the more important component, said Kaplan, but they want to go on to investigate that by following those of the community whose lifestyles change with exposure to the town. “My best guess is that they act and they interact,” he said.

    And it could be as much the foods that the Tsimané do not eat that gives them healthy hearts as the food that they do. Their diet is high in unrefined carbohydrates (72%) with about 14% protein and it is very low in sugar and in fat – also 14%, which amounts to about 38 g of fat a day including 11 g of saturated fat. “In the evolutionary past, fat and dense energy in the form of sugar were in short supply,” Kaplan said."

  11. Some of my favorite people. They speak the truth. I never thought I'd ever be out from under my terrible drive toward obesity and disease. I was driven. Ashamed and afraid that I'd die a terrible, early death. I became a vegetarian in the early 80s but only a few years ago, really got the whole food no sos thing. Miracles do happen. These people could make a lot more money following the modern medicine track but chose to sacrifice that life to give people like me….life. Thank you for the interviews.

  12. These guys who relate diet to ethics and not health … please preface your stance on abortion before you imply eating beef is a moral issue …. cartoons have deceived us …

  13. And these evolution implications …. the missing link has never been discovered … Plant based diet is the best … but let's not pretend we were once cavemen chasing wooly mammoth .. or vice versa

  14. I want to believe these people – but they don't look as healthy as Dr. Davis who wrote Wheat Belly. These people don't look radiant, and glowing with heath. It's not their age, it's the tissue integrity of their skin, their eyes. Most are lean though. For some reason, both vegans and Paleo's get better on their respective diets. Their cholesterol drops, weight falls off, etc. For some people grains are not good for them – they cause inflammation and belly fat.

  15. if i was there id troll the shit out of you right after esselstyn….

    high fat high animal protein sugar is great and greens just for garnish. bam im out bitches

  16. Why didn't they include low carb high fat moderate protein diet experts? The Ornish study and others did not isolate meat, etc.. so could not prove the benefit of an entire plant based diet. Maybe that's a good thing because they will likely end up metabolically sick like so many do.

  17. I wonder what are your thoughts on recent large population-based study (Mihrshani S. 2016) done in Australia that found no evidence that following a vegetarian diet has an independent protective effect on all-cause mortality? They didn't include strict vegans but one would still expect at least some positives from largely plant based diet. Anyone heard any comments on that?

  18. The best human diet for humans are the following logical points as follows . 1 – Eat whole organic plant foods from your local organic farmer friends in season . Then how to prepare these foods is a nother matter today . Eat 80 percent raw as much as you can and diversify with a rainbow diet of color at every sitting . 2- Leafy raw greens must be included in every meal . 3- Must include the forgotten foods of cultured probiotic raw condiments every day . 4- Must rotate go on and off and to take short breaks between your food choices . 5- Chewing more into a liquid chime is important for absorption . 6-Meat that is wild game and dairy that is free range land fed organic and raw must be a condiment only around 5 percent or less . Thank You Holistic Chef Barry Anderson

  19. Fascinating stuff.
    However, could someone clarify that all of the diets touted around the world as being Whole Food Plant Based etc. etc are actually vegan?
    For example Okinawan eating. Does this include amounts of animal protein?

  20. The whole reason most people will not change other than being told all there lives that it is not healthy that I have run into is that most vegans are very uncaring people who just think they are superior. I have tried to speak on many vegan and plant based forums and they are agreeable until a person has there own pinion then they become know it all nerds for lack of a more fitting word.I am still plant based but I call it starch based diet to me it is Vegan with out the shit head attitude.

  21. Hana mentions at 12.12 'eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like poor person'… why is this? wouldnt we be sleeping for 8 hours, normally there will be a gap of 14 hours between dinner and breakfast so i would have thought dinner would have been a big meal.

  22. I´m totally agree with whole food plant base diet, but not with low fat, for some people, especially women, need more fat, from very good source, avocados, all kind of nuts, olive, AOVE, seeds…

  23. There is only one proven way of determining the healthiest diet, and that's by populations that have lived it for generations. And none of them are vegan. That has to tell you something. Show me a 100 year old, low fat (10% or less), whole food plant, based vegan and I might start believing the hype.

  24. THE HEALTHIEST DIET, ask the nutritionist not the doctor or else you will experience complication, and if this doctor says complication then your days are numbered.

  25. i think they got everything right except the diary. I knw that milk is good for you if its raw milk and cows are not slaughtered and are living in a natural way also it should be brown cows or non western cows which is a natural breed not a human made mixed breed this type produces A2 milk best milk for human consumption. They are so many things in this milk thats good for you it will go well with a plant based diet.

  26. nice propaganda channel lol. the vast majority of nutritional scientists agree that you should have your occasional lean meat, milk products etc.
    eating 100% raw fruit is a horrible idea

  27. Hmm… So, I've been plant-based for years and I've gradually seen my health deteriorate. I don't eat gluten or sugar and limit my intake of salts and oils (I feel better with some oil). Several months ago I got very sick with pneumonia (I get sick several times a year) and since then I've felt worse than I've ever felt in my entire life. I've had severe IBS for years (it started with the plants), bad skin my whole life, brain fog (cops even thought I was on drugs), sleep issues, weakness, OCD, anxiety, depression, etc. Since the pneumonia I've suffered with chronic fatigue, tinnitus, head pressure, headache, lump in my throat, dizziness, excruciatingly painful gout (I haven't been able to wear a shoe on my gouty foot for at least three months), chest pain, difficulty breathing, etc. I've been in hospitals and have seen doctors at least several times per month for years due to health issues. The only thing I haven't tried in years is adding animal-based foods to my diet (such as fish). The only relief I've found (which is barely any) is giving up grains and starches. I feel like I am stuck like this (it's been absolute hell) and, consciously, I don't really want to go on because I'm just wasting away, unable to work, exercise, or do almost anything. I've reached out for help but have only been shunned by doctors (one even told me not to come back) and by the plant-based community. Food is now incredibly boring and I don't even want to eat anymore. Basically, since going plant-based life has sucked tremendously and I'm about to end it if I can't get any help.

  28. another stupid video, They gather all vegan doctors and ask them what is the best diet?  what a joke ! I watch 5 mins of video and I know all they're going to say. How about gather all experts from different diets out there. There are 40 diets out there. That makes more sense

  29. How is Robbie Barbaro classified as a "medical expert" for this video? Is he a naturopath? What are his credentials exactly?

  30. Just wondering if these doctors eat diet they speak of they look unhealthy, other then Dr. Heaner.

  31. I used artificial intelligence to optimize my diet and even fish meat got kicked out of it: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=zZCl8xQ1vkI

  32. oh, and you really should add extra salt to your diet if you are vegan. our bodies need salt! https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=zZCl8xQ1vkI

  33. Lmao at these experts. Salt has never been found to cause any problems for a healthy human and they KEEP saying it. Throws everything else they say into question.

  34. Your body requires 60 minerals and our crop lands are mineral deficient, 12 Amino Acids, 16 different vitamins, Probiotics, and lots of live digestive enzymes to break down the solid foods we eat to prevent gas. No pork, dairy products and flour products.

  35. Where's the proof? You made a video of people giving their opinion. The lady who said people need to supplement more on a low carb diet is literally smoking crack. Where did she get that notion. Certainly not from reading all the studies associated with all meat diets

  36. I wasn't able to resolve my GI issues until I completely cut out animal products. I'm very happy with this diet. Thank you plant based doctors.

  37. Pamela Popper says, "… the longest lived people on the planet eat a plant based diet, different versions of it."

    This is simply not true. Okinawan's eat a high level of pork, and fats. Hong Kong, who have one of the highest rate of centennials on the planet, eat an animal based diet. The Japanese, again, eat an animal based diet. Then we have the real Mediterranean diet, which is high fat, and animal based.

    I gave up watching this video after that.

  38. right, humans did not have dairy for eons. but, as i learned in Lesotho, as a US Peace Corps volunteer, early humans nursed until they were 3-4 years old or longer. The main problem with cows milk are the natural growth hormones, which means that young women should not consume dairy at all until they are completely finished with puberty. They already have enough. and adding in more just causes breast cancer. I'm a grown man and will never give up Parmesan cheese or free range, organic eggs. only self-loathing people give up Parmesan.

  39. Vegan is not necessarily healthy. Therefore, eat plants and lots of them.
    #OverlyProcessedVeganFoodWillStillCauseDiseaseInTheBody ✔

  40. Pure B.S. it's fear mongering and lies, there's no such thing as the healthiest diet, especially one void of all animal meats.

  41. I've been watching keto and carnivore diets and they are always showing studies and have links this one is just a bunch of people giving there opinion but they're not giving specific studies or metioning links?

  42. I'm in my late 40s now and have fairly recently switched from 25 years of vege/vegan diet to what I eat now…. which is – fatty meats (rib eye steak, bacon, chicken thighs), butter, cheddar cheese, greek yoghurt, (All Organic grass fed, full saturated fat). Also wild caught sardines & salmon…. The ONLY vegetable/fruit matter I STILL eat is Sauerkraut (for gut health) and I eat ZERO carbs. I drink only Organic Kombucha and Sparkling Mineral Water…Result?? In the six or so weeks I have been consuming this diet, my psoriasis is virtually gone, my anxiety levels have dropped dramatically, I sleep better than I have in years, I have far more stamina, high energy all day and my mind and thought processes are sharp as, brain fog has disappeared…. Conclusion?… Do what works for you.

  43. My mom doesn't want to join me and my family to become a vegan and that is really hard in my kids because she lives with me and she still want to eat meat and dairy idk what to do 🙁

  44. These "experts" look very unhealthy and the men are lacking testosterone. Just ask their wives when was the last time they had great sex

  45. How about the other experts?

    How about different successful stories in different diet?

    I think that we should be more wise that we don't have to be in war in order to say ”my diet is right” based on personal experience.

    There are successful stories for vegans, there are successful stories for people on carnivore diet as well.

  46. And 7:30 proves this whole video wrong because actually we did run down large mammals because we are built to run so the opposite is true. We are one of the only creatures if not the only one that can heat up and cool down at the same time most other animals have to stop and cool down, so this lady Pamela is completely wrong as well as her research-based in history because in history we did run things down until they couldn't run anymore and then we consumed them.

  47. Ancient humans mainly ate plants? This is the most bold faced lie I have ever heard. Humans have always been meat eaters, the vegetables that existed before we started selectively breeding them with agriculture would never have sustained us. These people are liars.

  48. And "what set it apart from other places in the region was its emphasis on potatoes, goat's milk, honey, legumes (especially garbanzo beans, black-eyed peas, and lentils), wild greens, some fruit and relatively small amounts of fish." None of you are fooling me 😉

  49. Plant milk is not milk! Soy is a poison to our thyroid. Almonds contain a load of oxalates. Nothing can replace raw milk . Cholesterol is essential for children. Our brain consists of a lot of cholesterol. Our body does not make a mistake when it produces cholesterol

  50. Humans biology is exactly the same today that it was 250,000 years ago, the body actually makes all the glucose it needs , it doesn't have to be consumed only fats and proteins are essential for consumption, ketones are the cleaner and preferred energy for the brain, I have got all the exact same results from eating a keto diet which is Also high in vegetables that a vegan diet offers, how you ask, because both diets cut out the same processed crap sugars and the high carbohydrate processed foods, animal saturated fats are essential For hormone production and tissue rebuilding for all the cells in the body

  51. There's two things I can't stand about this group of experts, their extremism and their holier than thou righteousness. They're not preaching a healthy sustainable diet. This is therapy.

  52. People always talk about salt being bad but humans need salt right? Not refined salts but natural himilayan sea salt that's pink.

  53. Ask an echo chamber what the healthiest diet is 🤔
    Is it the meatless farm marketed on the advert before? Yes definitely plants and processed plant/seed oils

  54. I prefer to die as a man than to live like a rabbit. A life without cheese, fried chicken, a burger, ice cream, french fries? all of that always replaced with fuckin salads without oil? ar you fuckin serious?! if the rabbit diet allows you to live until 350 may be i'll think about it. but common, at best, the rabbit diet allows you to live 5 more years than the average more or less healthy guy. So i give an emphatic "fuck" the rabbit diet!!!!

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