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Campbell's follow-up to his best-selling The China Study is more of the same, in the best way. He continues his quest to convince people that "the ideal human diet looks like this: Consumer plant-based foods in forms as close to their natural state as possible...eat a variety of vegetables, fruits, raw nuts and seeds, beans and legumes, and whole grains." The entirety of the book is a passionate and convincing case for that ideal diet. Campbell has not written a book of diet tips, or even provided recipes. In fact, at times the book delves so deeply into scientific process— for example, explaining how cancer develops or how metabolism works—that many may find themselves having to read slowly to understand his point. Yet he makes the case that Americans are too prone to take pills to solve health issues (and doctors too prone to prescribe them) as a result of "reductionist thinking". His years of scientific study and calm, measured tone are highly convincing, making a firm case that changing one's diet is the best way to assure good health. Readers will be inclined to put down their processed food snacks once they read what could be a life-changer of a book. (May)
Fanatical. Not sure if ALL the science is there. A bit black and white.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is truly a worthwhile read. Well written with good data to back up his claims, Dr. Campbell has produced a valuable resource for the every day person concerning nutrition. Read morePublished 6 days ago by jeffrey carsello
I'm still reading this. Carefully and slowly. From The China Study he delves more deeply into how research works, breaks it down for non-scientists and gives a lot to think about. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Linda Caswell
excellent research. a book worth reading nd holding onto foe years and decades to come.Published 15 days ago by Jane
I have not read The China Story, so I come in the middle of this tale. What a revolutionary tale it is. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Nori in Oregon
I couldn't finish the book. I agree with the premise but didn't like the arguments or style. The author struck me as ornery.Published 18 days ago by valerie litznerski
Do you hate waiting at the pharmacy for your medications to be filled? Do you feel victimized by your insurance company because they won't cover the new blood pressure medication... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lewisto4
Just finished reading Prof. T Colin Campbell's excellent book. Though I was not surprised, I am saddened and discouraged by the extent to which healthcare system has been... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Wake up America, pay attention to this.
It could be the most the most important thing you ever read.