Meria with Dr. John McDougall – Food Poisoning


11/4/14 Meria interviews Dr. John McDougall of the McDougall Health Center on why we are so sick and how to fix it. Early “detection” fuels the cancer business;Can cancer be treated effectively? Do PSA tests, mammograms, etc save your life? late detection; over diagnosis; what is a good healthy diet for a human being? Starches- what are they? add some veggies & fruits; reversing the course of a disease;disease mongering;organics;milk and dairy worse than meat? should we worry about ebola or the epidemics of heart, cancer,obesity diseases? fat children is uncivilized; the common denominator of most disease is FOOD, food poisoning; Diet is the problem;salt, sugar and spice;everybody’s sick;weight loss; “the fat you eat is the fat you wear”;is disease hereditary or taught? The China Study then and now;and much more. Lots of free advice, information, recipes on site at www.DrJohnMcDougall.com







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6 Responses to "Meria with Dr. John McDougall – Food Poisoning"

  1. kvorr says:

    I’m so confused now…..

  2. Meria says:

    how so? It’s all food poisoning.

  3. pbraunschweiler says:

    This was a very interesting interview with Dr. McDougall. I understand the part about food poisoning, but I don’t totally agree about not connecting “Life-Style” to a proper diet. Although I’ve taken several courses on nutrition, I don’t consider myself to be an expert by any means. However, after being a Personal Trainer for over fifteen years, my clients have always gotten the best results when they combined proper eating with exercise. The truth is that beginning at age 30, most of us lose about 1 percent – or a third of a pound – of muscle every year, as the body starts tearing down old muscle at a faster rate than it builds new tissue. The loss of muscle, which burns more calories than fat, slows the body’s resting metabolic rate, causing us to pack on fat pounds through the years. While we can’t completely halt this aging process, researchers believe we can do a lot to slow it down, mostly through resistance training, or weight training, that targets specific muscle groups. It is just my experience that a combination of good eating habits and an exercise program has worked the best with all of the people I have had the privilege of helping…

  4. Meria says:

    I agree. Lifestyle helps. I work out 6 days a week for strength, and eat very little carbs (save the healthy ones). Without white processed garbage, packaged “food” I rid myself of 30 pounds. Several listeners disagreed with his generalizations, but I felt he gave us a lot of interesting things to think about too. hugs

  5. pbraunschweiler says:

    I have so much admiration for anyone, just like you, who makes changes in their life for better health….Congratulations! As you said, Dr. McDougall gave us a lot of interesting things to think about. And, just like you, I have always questioned (and sometimes disagreed) with a lot of things…hugs

  6. Meria says:

    that’s what everyone needs to do. Take what works for them (resonates) and discard the rest. hugs

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