Dr. Neal Barnard of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. He has been interviewed in documentaries including What the Health and Forks over Knives.
Dr. Michael Greger’s research on the healing effects of food in the management of lifestyle diseases is the reason I went plant based. This professional speaker and author of How Not To Die is also the founder of Nutritionfacts.org. He has also been interviewed in documentaries What the Health and Eating You Alive.
Dr. Kim Williams of Rush University Medical Center is the former president of the American College of Cardiology and Dr. Andrew Freeman, “The Vegan Cardiologist” of National Jewish Health in Colorado have been in numerous documentaries. Dr. Williams has been recently interviewed by Plant Based News on his take on the Ketogenic Diet.
Number of Deaths and Age Adjusted Disability
This photo demonstrates how the the number one cause of death is related to dietary risk factors.
This demonstrated how the African native had much lower blood pressures than European native of America. Africans have a predominately plant based diet. Studies have shown that once natives from other countries move to America their risk for lifestyle diseases increased tremendously.
Reversal of Coronary Artery Disease
This is a before (left) and after (right) demonstration of how a whole food plant based diet returned re-perfusion to an artery. Cool, right? No stent, no angioplasty. Just good ole plants!
I even made it on the big screen. The person beside me is Gretchen Housel. She is the nurse practitioner at Barnard Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
Dr. LaQuandra S. Nesbitt, MD, MPH is the director of public health in Washington, D.C.