yes - easier to swallow all the information.
All of it
Steady and easy to listen to
Yes - changed my thinking
This book offers a huge paradigm shift. My life will never be the same -- for the better. I listen to many audio books that cover such topics (I find it frees up my time for reading fiction). This is a stellar example of what should be known around your table.
Very convincing information, but I had trouble following all the scientific talk. Otherwise, I am glad I listened to this book and it has me convinced to remove animal products from my home.
The writer's attitude. Information I do not believe is accurate portrayed as absolute truth.
Some humility and objectivity.
Anything to help us eat a more healthy diet is worth listening to. I would recommend Dr. Andrew Weil's books and philosophy of healthy diet instead.
This book is an excellent exposé of how conventional medicine, BigPharma and various departments of the U.S. government have evolved over time into a unified force of corruption and tyranny that for profit, by design and through legislative manipulation routinely and systematically reject all elements of rationality and ethics concerning the influence of whole food plant nutrition on the preservation of functional health and the prevention of degenerative and infectious disease. In spite of massive overwhelming physical evidence to the contrary, Americans continue to destroy themselves with the very food that according to the "experts" they trust have no negative or ill effect. We do it to ourselves, but our minds are continuously contaminated with deceptive notions and falsehoods conceived and sustained by public education and national health departments. But such is the path of capitalism when given reign without the bridle of morality.
I would rank it up there at the top, maybe second or third
When I actually grasped the impact of diet on diseases such as cancer
This is the first book I have heard narrated by Stefan Rudniki. He reads superbly, hardly noticed his presence.
I must say that this book made a very strong impression on the way I view diet, and has changed the way I eat very significantly.
I appreciated the length of the study and the scientific data presented.
Dr. Fuhrman books because they both promote eating a plant based diet for better health.
It opened my eyes to the extent we are in charge of our own health by choosing what we put in our mouths.
An engaging and accessible account of the definitive studies of nutrition as it relates to disease. The relationship between diet and cancer, heart disease, and other "diseases of affluence" may make you reconsider how you shop for food and eat. If you are a fan of Michael Pollan's books, you will enjoy this one.
36 year old father of 3 boys. I was diagnosed with MS in 2009. I served in The United States Marines for four years. I believe that the only way to beat MS is to educate yourself about the disease but most importantly, educate yourself about being a more positive person.
The facts in this book are what makes it great. Listening to all the percentages of how unhealthy America currently is. If you do not go into this book openminded you will get nothing out of it. I used to be a major meat eater and milk drinker. I also have been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. I listened to this book because I needed to make a change. This book gave me the facts I needed to hear to make the change.
When they talked about the relationship of drinking milk to Multiple Sclerosis. I used to drink milk for every meal. Now I have MS. How can I argue with those facts?
Live a Vegan life and live a long healthy life.
I have listened the The China Study three times and it has changed my life. I have lost over 40 pounds. I feel and look better than I have in years. I also have more energy than I have had in a really long time.