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The China Study: Revised and Expanded Edition: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted and the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss, and Long-Term Health Paperback – December 27, 2016
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A 1999 graduate of Cornell University and a board-certified family physician, Thomas M. Campbell II, MD, is the co-founder and clinical director of the University of Rochester Program for Nutrition in Medicine (URNutritionInMedicine.com).
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-The past 60 years have been a celebration of chemicals and technology instead of diet and prevention. So we don’t die from heart disease as often, but we still get it at about the same rates. Those who have bypass surgery do not have fewer heart attacks than those who do not.
-Calcium builds strong bones, but cow’s milk weakens them, as osteoporosis. Americans, Australians and New Zealanders drink the most milk, and have the most bone fractures from middle age on.
-One of the biggest health hoaxes in history is the nutrient supplement industry.
-The health damage from doctors’ ignorance of nutrition is astounding.
Welcome back to The China Study, still straight-shooting, still dramatic, and about 70 pages longer in the new edition. This book provides more training in the health effects of food than MDs get in all their years of education. The clinical studies, the case histories and the science are all here in plain, direct language. It is a very hard book to put down. The facts, usually contrary to everything we’ve been taught, keep coming fast and hard.
The reason the facts are contrary is of course because of the usual suspects: Big Ag, Big Pharma and Big Processors. They have corrupted our universities with grants, infiltrated government agencies to keep the truth at bay, and spend billions advertising their false promises. We grow up with their falsehoods, and we believe in them. Those who try to speak out are isolated, shunned, removed and fired. It is all examined in you-are-there detail, because it all happened to Colin Campbell and other (once) highly-regarded doctors he profiles.
Campbell’s basic premise is that animal protein destroys our internal ecosystem. A Whole Food, Plant-Based diet not only maintains better health, it can even reverse damage. The scientific proof is endless – and so are the defenders of the SAD – Standard American Diet - that is about one third animal, between meat and dairy.
When I read the first China Study ten years ago, I immediately went back online and ordered a whole case of them. I then mailed them out to friends all over, preceded by an e-mail warning and my review. That’s how impressed I was. This second edition forced me to reread it. In so doing, I came across several strong new claims and rushed to the first edition, only to find they were already there. So this edition is as much a badly needed refresher as a new discovery. Glad they made me do it.
This book along with Eat to Live, Presto, and How Not to Die have changed my outlook on health and the direct impact that nutrition imposes on being health.
Now, will this make me go completely vegan? Of course not. I tried for 2wks just to see & what did I find out...1) you better have a very LARGE freezer to store veggies & 2) Lots of various spices to do various dishes to compensate for the natural flavors enhanced by some meat items. It's unrealistic for me, I do love eggs & cheese on some occasions, also shrimp. BUT I'll definitely add more veggies to my meal, rather than rice. I think it's great if one can go completely vegan, but gosh, some dishes are SOoooo dang good w/ certain meats, like your simple turkey- bacon sandwich. And it's so quick to make, to try to make a BLT w/o bacon, hmm, very limiting & probably yucky. Overall, if a person is interested in changing their diet, then this book is a terrific reference & motivator to reduce the meats daily & eat more fiber!