Imagine drinking an entire cup of olive oil and half a cup of lemon juice.
This overdose of fat supposedly causes your liver to “flush” stones that are stuck in in it.
In 1999, I heard the word “breatharian” for the first time, when someone told me about a man named Wiley Brooks who lived on air and sunlight.
The “appeal to nature” is the concept that the wild state of nature, or perhaps the way humans were living thousands of years ago should be a guide for telling us how to live our lives today.
By reviewing the stories of ex-vegans (people who used to be vegans but have publicly admitted to now eating meat), I have identified a few common problems that are easy to fix.
A vegan diet is not as difficult to follow as some nutritionists make it out to be. You don’t have to be endlessly obsessing over every vitamin or mineral you take in.
When I first published my book “Raw Food Controversies,” I had to remove some content from the book at the last minute because some of it was just going to be “too much.”
I had already spilled my beans in the book and told my story.
In this day and age of “fake news,” it’s becoming even harder to see clearly in the world of health and nutrition.
It’s a rather shocking observation that health gurus that those who write diet books and give advice on how to live healthy longer appear to live shorter lives than the average person.