A different kind of inspiration.
Incredible. The scientific research gone into it only backs the obvious. We all know we are supposed to eat our vegetables, and that organic food when available is always going to be the best for us. BUT the interesting point this documentary makes is just how much animal products contribute to diseases - I was particularly interested in it's effect on cancer cells.
This is not some weird push to be vegetarian or vegan; sure it's not nice to kill animals and eat them, but hey on a decent cheeseburger who can really say no? My point is, in the end we have been told how good meat and dairy is for us, yet these things are severely contributing to our bodies weakening and developing diseases. Whether it is ethically right or wrong, whether cutting out meat will help the environment or not, is not what this is about. It is about health.
So what DO we eat?
Whole Plant Foods People!
What could be a more simpler diet?
To get you motivated (gently) after watching the movie, or before:
Featured in Peppermint Magazine, I quickly looked her up again after watching this documentary. So take a look yeah?