Harvard Study Promotes A Vegan Diet
Whether it’s called vegetarian, vegan or plant-based, more research is proving that a whole foods, plant-based diet is healthier that the typical SAD (Standard American Diet).
Now, it’s important to eat a healthy whole foods vegan diet as opposed to a junk food vegan diet. So, it is true that a vegan diet can be unhealthy if you subsist on french fries, potato chips, Coke, and Oreos!
The main key factor for anyone trying to eat healthy is to eat more plant foods, and transition to a mostly whole foods diet.
Most fruits and vegetables are highly alkaline, which contain healing properties and helps the body become less acidic, which is a body chemistry that can promote many of the chronic diseases which humans have been plagued in the 20th and 21st Centuries.
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