How does a plant-based diet prevent disease? A short lesson by The Secretary of Innovation

There is an ever-growing mountain of evidence substantiating the numerous health benefits that a plant-based diet provides.

Peer-reviewed medical paper after peer-reviewed medical paper published in the most well-respected of journals have shown that a plant-based diet free of meat and dairy products is the single most powerful tool we have at our disposal to prevent and fight disease.

Not only can heart disease and diabetes be prevented but the disease progression can be stopped and reversed. If that wasn’t enough there is a multitude of research showing how the consumption of a plant-based diet can prevent cancer, dramatically reduce cancer recurrence rates, reduce cognitive impairment as we age (Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia) and reduce osteoporosis in addition to a myriad of others. This being the case, how exactly does something as seemingly simple and low-tech as one’s diet manage to do these things? Click link below for the rest of the story…

http://secretaryofinnovation.com/2011/02/01/how-does-a-plant-based-diet-prevent-disease-a-short-lesson/

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