Thursday, 11 October 2018

Eat yourself healthy - Michael Greger MD's Daily Dozen

The book 'How Not To Die' (prematurely!) by Dr Michael Greger is a gold mine of scientific nutritional facts, organised in categories of man-made diseases that they either treat or aggravate.

The good news for busy people is that the conclusions, in the form of best-practice for a healthy lifestyle, are summarised in 12 simple
items to eat (most) days.

principles of a healthy food diet

I encourage anyone to read the book, or visit his website for endless free videos on dietary health.

What impressed me most is the biographical note in the introduction of where his motivation came from at a very early age.

His grandmother was 'given up as beyond repair' by the health service in USA and sent home in her wheelchair. 3 weeks later she was walking 10 miles a day. Find out how ...


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  3. Related post - multi-disciplinary study works out the perfect diet for people's health and the planet:

    The diet for healthy people AND the planet .

    A summary of the whole report is free, here eat lancet commission report


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