I I'm actively putting in practice what this book teaches. I've been a vegetarian for 10 months. At first, I didn't exactly knew why besides that I felt better not eating meat or seafood. But since then, everything is starting to make sense. Ask yourself what are the benefits of eating leafy greens. Then ask yourself what are the benefits of eating meat - nutrition-wise. What I've come to conclude is that people eat meat because it is what they were taught. By whom? Not a nutritionist in 99% of the cases. Great book. Lots and lots of information.
Everyone needs to hear this information. There is a wealth of information in here. Whole foods, plant based diet is vital to our lives and future.
The reading was a little slow so I sped it up to 1.25 which worked just fine.
I had a few books and documentaries mention this book, and so I went in with high expectations of learning about the direction (or indirection) of our current health. This book exceeded those expectations. Interesting research, with intriging stories to follow. I am vegan, as well as learning about the importance of nutrition. I look forward to reading this book again and again. The narrator, though rather monotone, was still a nice reading. Clear voice for easy listening.
Chapter six had me with my mouth open. I can not believe what I just heard but how true . I can not believe our Drs but does not surprise me. Everyone wake up!!!!! Our health is I our hands let's take it back
This book has changed mine and my family's life. It's such a pity that the world is so closed-minded. Everyone suffering from disease should read this. And every doctor or authoritative figure should be tied to a chair and forced to sit through it haha.
This is an excellent and honest book pertaining to nutrition and disease prevention by diet.
The facts are here for people to use for their benefit.
I'm sure I will be reading it multiple times.
This book is a must read for anyone interested in nutrition.
The author discusses many studies done on nutrition, health, and the diseases that kill the affluent.
(This book is not about China)