Most people are aware of what constitutes a healthy or unhealthy diet. We’ve heard that smoking, drinking, and eating meats can be detrimental to our health. We know too much sugar or sodium is dangerous, and we know we need to avoid GMOs and inorganic produce. If we already know this, why are we all still so sick?! If everyone has access to the facts online or in books, why aren’t we healthier? Why are chronic diseases rapidly increasing? In this captivating health lecture with Walter Veith we will explore the traditional African diet versus a Westernized diet. Why is a simpler diet better for us? We will learn about the benefits of plant proteins, despite the argument that animal proteins are the best.
In this educational, well researched health seminar we will see how lifestyle changes are the most important factors for improving our health. It is not merely genetics that makes changes, but epigenetics. We hear about the controversial soybean? Once and for all, is this food good or not? What’s on our plate actually does matter! Explore the different ideals of nutrition between cultures and make up your own mind. With the threat of GMOs, pesticides, poisoned foods and other issues, it is impossible to promise that any food produced today is perfect. All we can do is our best with the information that we have.
This DVD includes a bonus feature of Brown Bread Baking with Walter Veith.
Veith - 3001: To Soy or Not to Soy / Food for Thought (DVD)
- SKU: D3001
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