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Eating a Plant Based Diet Can Only Help

We are all at risk for the coronavirus, including the non smokers, plant based diet folks, and well, everyone. Having said that, prior to the coronavirus, the US was already a sick country, which significantly increased our collective vulnerability. In the US, one person dies every 37 seconds from heart disease. Coronary artery disease, the most common type of heart disease, is a food born illness, and is entirely preventable, and reversible via dietary changes. 70% of Americans are also on at least one prescription drug, and 71% are either overweight or obese. In addition, close to 45% of Americans have at least one chronic disease. And the leading cause of death in the US is, you guessed it, the Standard American Diet (Global Burden of Disease Study).

If you want to lower your risk for getting sick, one of the best things that you can do is to try and avoid animal products & junk food, and eat more plants (especially if you are already burdened with disease). Your body will respond positively, and in just a few short days, inflammation will be lowered, and your immune system will be strengthened. If the media shared this background information, I believe that many people in the lower risk groups wouldn’t be quite as frightened, and as a result, the hospitals would likely be less inundated. According to Dr. T. Colin Campbell, mortality data from both Italy and NYC, shows that 99% and 95% of the people (mostly older) who died from COVID-19 in Italy and NYC respectively, suffered from pre-existing medical conditions, that were mostly caused by a lifetime of bad nutrition. I can’t tell you how disappointed I am that even the top independent media sources (forget about the advertiser driven corp. media), completely fail to even approach this elephant in the room when they are releasing their “statistics”. As a result, hospitals continue to be overwhelmed, and everyone is compromised. And worse, people who are the most vulnerable and sick, regardless of their illness, may not receive the help that they desperately need.

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