Below are some videos that should be able to provide you with some professional information to help you search out the truth.
We’ve tried to watch all of them all the way through but time hasn’t allowed us to do all we wanted to. Therefore if you see anything in any of these videos that does not support our goals, please let us know.
One of these goals is encouraging everyone to embrace a whole food plant based (WFPB) diet as close as possible as evidence has shown that this is the only path to wellness and (hopefully) freedom or relief from chronic disease and ailments.
Our belief in searching out the “Truth” is that it lies in this direction and is a path we need to follow to increase our quality of life.
Among the videos below are some of the most highly respected, world famous doctors in the field of nutrition a list of which are listed below and highlighted in the T. Colin Campbell book “The China Study” which is a remarkable nutritional myth shattering publication.
Recommended Medical Personnel featured in The China Study. Click on their names to visit their homepages:
T. Colin Campbell’s Videos:
Dr. T. Colin Campbell On Killing Cancer And Chronic Disease With Plant-Based Protein
Dr. Neal Barnard’s Videos:
Dr. Neal Barnard Slams Dairy Industry-Funded Guidelines
Can Vegans Get Enough Protein?
Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Videos:
Dr. Dean Ornish Videos:
Dr. John McDougall’s Videos:
Michael Moss, NY Times Author and Investigative Journalist
A Journey into the Underbelly of the Processed Food Industry
Cornell University Messenger Lecture Organized and hosted by Thomas Björkman, Horticulture Section, School of Integrative Plant Science, Cornell University
Other Interesting Videos:
“Town of Allopath”: A Story About Deception
A parody on a government’s attitude towards making changes.
How could veganism change the world? | The Economist
It also discusses the availability of meat substitutes.
Shaolin Kung Fu (exploding the meat myth)
See the monk trainees eating a vegan diet at about 5:47 min.
Sugar: The Bitter Truth
University of California Television
Robert H. Lustig, MD, UCSF Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology, explores the damage caused by sugary foods.