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Whole Food Plant-Based Diet

Just when you think the controversies over the best way to improve health have come to a consensus, along comes covid with the spike toxin, throwing everything into a spiral, completely out of control. 

So now we are back at square one, but with all kinds of new health problems thrown into the mix. Many people are seeing imbalances in their liver enzymes, thyroid, and hormones and no one seems to be on the same page with what is really working. Health practitioners are guiding people toward the keto diet, fasting with autophagy, the carnivore diet, Bredesen diet, and encouraging high saturated fat, and whole grains with their gluten, have been completely demonized. There is little memory or mention of the benefits of plants like dark leafy greens and blueberries. The public’s understanding of healthy eating is all over the place once again with some great information, some bad information, and lots of confusion. Has the whole world gone mad?

Everyone seems to forget to look at the entirety of the science. You’re not going to get healthy by focusing on one aspect of nutrition. You will lost sight of what you set out for in the first place and end up sicker, fatter, and defeated in the long run. There are specific types of fat that your body does need, and if you are one of the lucky ones that have incredible genes and great health, maybe the type is not so much of a concern for you, but healthy fats do not include cooked/oxidized fat from animals. These are some of the worst things you can put into your mouth. Do we hear much about this? I don’t believe so. How many of us who do eat meat, would eat it rare? How often do we hear about the proteins that our body naturally makes from plants in perfect form, and what does the exogenous protein from animals do to us when we add them into the mix?

MCT’s and omega-3 fatty acids are good for you in the right form and amount in your body, but this is not often discussed either. There is a way to get medium chain triglycerides without also incorporating inflammatory disease-provoking toxins and proteins like TMAO, IGF-1, ISP’s, or oxidized fat. Healthy uncooked fats are found in whole food like avocado, flaxseed, chia seed, coconut, and walnuts.  

Gluten was not an issue prior to WW2. It was not until the onset of the processed and fast food craze that we began to see serious health decline. There are many people who enjoy consuming whole organic grains with all of their natural components. These people have stable healthy balanced microbiomes. The assumption  that everyone is genetically challenged and that all of our guts are imbalanced or intolerant is ridiculous. The elimination of whole food that contains gluten is a dangerous precedent that could lead to the destruction of our natural food chain, and not only furthering danger to our health, but to the health of the animals we consume too.

Few health professionals dig deep enough to learn or teach about how to detoxify or redesign the microbiome so that the body can utilize whole grains in a healthy way, rather than inflame to fight isolated gluten, toxins, and starch associated with them. They don’t talk about ways to prepare food to remove toxins like glyphosate, arsenic, and lectins while preserving the highly healthy nutrients they contain as a whole.

It is not okay to ignore the difference between complex and simple carbohydrates either. The mantra today is to avoid carbs. Plants are carbohydrates and there are no carbs (or fiber) in meat. There are four calories per gram in plant food, which contain complex carbohydrates, and nine calories per gram in animal food.

Simple carbohydrates are the starch or sugar that is leftover after the nutrients are stripped away from the whole grain kernel.

Complex carbohydrates are one of the best nutrient and protein dense food sources passed down from ancient civilizations.

It is important that our bodies get the nutrients made by nature – the way God intended.

When you corner many nutritionists, they profess that they must support an all inclusive diet, because the general population either can’t afford to follow a clean healthy whole food diet or can’t be trusted nor do they trust themselves to eat a variety of nutrients to prevent disease, so they encourage them to depend on the animals that do the eating for them.

Do you hear much about how the animals utilize much of the nutrients they consume from plants to support their own body first?  When we consume them, we are acquiring the leftovers that remain after their body utilizes what it needs, then the food we get from eating them or their milk is fortified to make up for the depleted product.

The fact is, a whole food plant based diet is affordable and easy to do with some simple tips and tricks that you will find in my book, Eat Grass Kick Ass, Plant Based Done Right.

It is not hard. You can take baby steps and can pick and choose those options that work best for you. Thousands of people around the world have learned how easy it is to restore health to a time before illness, medication, and pain. 

The most accurate, time-tested facts about Whole Food Plant-Based nutrition is at your fingertips.

Included in my book is well-reviewed history about health and nutrition.

For example, back in 1980, a biochemist named Dr. T. Colin Campbell, who was a highly valued researcher at the National Institutes of Health wanted to distinguish the impact of low-fat, high-fiber, whole-vegetable-based food on cancer and to separate this type of diet from the terms “vegetarian” and “vegan.” In doing so, he discovered and documented the one diet that has the greatest impact on reversing all inflammatory disease. With this discovery, many more joined in on the excitement of changing and saving lives all over the world.

Why I chose to guide patients on a Whole Food Plant Based Diet

While practicing as a nurse all over the country in various settings from intensive care, to emergency, surgical, to home health, and hospice, there were many learning experiences including witnessing the serious damage food can cause inside and outside of the human body. Over time, I developed a strong belief that “food is thy medicine,” and as a result, a passion for helping people establish healthy eating habits in order to extend and improve their lives.

Guiding Patients On Their Health Journey

I found it challenging to guide patients on their health journeys with the plethora of misinformation found on the internet and other media sources. Most material on healthy eating is outdated or confusing, and most scientific studies are too difficult for the average non-medical person to access, navigate, and understand.

Cardiac and Diabetic Patients Benefit Immensely

While working with cardiac patients during surgical procedures, I witnessed fatty plaques being removed from vessels in the heart and from neck vessels. Assessment of their diets showed that they typically followed that of the Standard American Diet (SAD) which is high in processed food, harmful proteins, and oxidized fat. Following these procedures, patients would report that their chest pain (angina) resolved and they had new clarity of mind and energy.  But sadly, symptoms would eventually return, except in those who made some lifestyle changes and established a new way of eating – The Whole Food Plant Based diet stood out as the most successful, even over that of the vegan and vegetarian diets.

Diabetics on a Whole Food Plant Based Diet (WFPBD),  experience dramatic lowering of sugar levels,  the disappearance of tingling and nerve pain in fingers and toes, and improvement in vision within weeks. The change is so significant that it is strongly recommended that glucose and insulin levels be closely monitored during these dietary changes.

Key Eating Habits to Reversing Disease

While working with cultures of people in what are called Blue Zones –  well known for being the healthiest, most functional, and longest-living, it was very clear that their eating habits and lifestyle were key to reversing disease.

There are so many questions about how to incorporate the WFPBD into people’s lives. As my work continued on my book, I realized that I was writing it for all people, not just for those seeking help to reversing disease. This lifestyle adds pep to your step and a smile on your face. Many people find that the weight melts off as an added bonus and they often say they haven’t felt this good since they were in teens or in their twenties.

Whole Food, Plant-Based Diet Research

For over a decade, I fully immersed myself in researching the WFPBD, attending regular conferences and workshops with top nutritional experts to learn how they successfully healed thousands of people around the world.

I realized that all of this information, including the supporting research, needed to be pulled together and put into one place—an easy-to-grasp, easy to understand book – Eat Grass Kick Ass contains everything you need to be successful. It is very comprehensive and is the solution to make your life much more enjoyable.

Common Questions:

What is the whole food, plant-based diet and how is it different from a vegan or vegetarian diet?

How do you get enough protein on a plant-based diet?

Is soy helpful or harmful? Why is there so much controversy about soy?

Is a WFPBD diet possible and safe for pregnancy, children, and babies?

What types of food promote cancer and what food helps to prevent cancer?

Is a WFPBD possible for those with celiac disease, gluten sensitivities, and nut allergies?

Is it safe to eat meat, eggs, fish, and poultry from wild, natural, grain-free, non-gmo sources?

What is the difference between plant-based burgers, vegan burgers, and ‘fake meat’ burgers? Are they healthier than beef burgers,
and what information should you know to prevent more health complications down the road?

A Plant-Based Diet Can Eliminate or Minimize:

    • Heart disease – peripheral artery disease, hypertension
    • Many forms and stages of cancer, including prostate and breast cancer
    • Type 2 diabetes and complications of type 1 diabetes
    • Asthma, pulmonary disease, and many allergies
    • Irritable bowel disease, constipation, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis
    • Rheumatoid arthritis
    • Menstrual cramps and hot flashes
    • Depression, anxiety, sleep disorders
    • Acne and other skin conditions
    • Various forms of dementia
    • Multiple sclerosis
    • Renal disease
    • Most strokes
    • Obesity
    • Lupus
    • Joint pain
    • Infertility
    • and much more…

Sounds unreal, doesn’t it? All of these conditions have something in common. Learn about TMAO, exogenous choline, carnitine, arachidonic acid, oxidized fat, and other components involved in inflammatory disease. Sample video by Dr. Greger on Fasting For Arthritis Relief: Click here

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Words To Live By

Common Sense From Top Nutritional Scientists

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"I know of nothing else in medicine that can come close to what a Whole Food Plant Based Diet can do." See his site:
Dr. T Colin Campbell
Physician, Biochemist and nutritional expert who coined the term whole plant-based food in 1980 to make distinction between that and vegan diet during scientific testing and nutrition studies Author, of The China Study. Professional Public Speaker
“Every year I read through every issue of every english-language nutrition journal in the world so busy folks like you don’t have to." See his site:
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Dr. Michael Greger
Internationally recognized and respected speaker and founding member of the American College of lifestyle Medicine. Author and Professional Public Speaker
"Some people think a whole food plant-based diet is extreme. Half a million people a year will have their chests opened up and have a vein taken from their leg and sewn onto their coronary artery. Some people would call that extreme." See his site:
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Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn
Biochemist and cardiac surgeon. Well-respected nutritional expert specializing in disease reversal with a whole food, plant-based diet. Author and Public Speaker
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"Heart disease and diabetes, which account for more death in the U.S. and worldwide than everything else combined, are completely preventable by making comprehensive lifestyle changes. Without drugs or surgery."
Dr. Dean Ornish
Cardiologist, President and Founder of Preventive Medicine Research Institute. Well-respected advocate for using diet and lifestyle to treat and prevent heart disease. Author and Professional Public Speaker
“There is absolutely no nutrient, no protein, no vitamin, no mineral that can't be obtained from plant-based food(s)” "The human body has no more need for cows' milk than it does for dogs' milk, horses' milk, or giraffes' milk."
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Dr. Michael Klaper
NASA Nutrition Advisor for astronauts. Served on Nutrition Task Force of the American Medical Student Association. Author and Professional Public Speaker
"I decided to leave meat off my plate in medical school, but I was a bit slow to realize that dairy products and eggs are not health food(s) either." "The thinnest people on the planet are those who eat the most (complex) carbohydrates." See his site:
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Dr. Neal Barnard
President of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. Leading advocate for higher standards in health and nutrition. Author and Professional Public Speaker
"People love to hear good news about their bad habits"
"The rich western diet is full of fat, sugar, cholesterol, salt, and animal protein - all the wrong foods for people."
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Dr. John A. McDougall
Controversial nutritional speaker and author focused on vegetarian, lowfat, and starchy food for stopping unnecessary medication and reversing disease
"I don't mind dying, I just don't want it to be my fault."
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Dr. Kim Williams
Cardiologist and Fellow of the American College of Cardiology. Professional Public Speaker
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Very Informative Videos To Enjoy

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Most Powerful Healing

Dr. Michael Klaper
"It's the Food!"

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Healthiest Diet By Far

Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Eliminating Chronic Disease with common sense

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What Plant Based Docs Eat

Healthy Way to Start Your Day

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Quick Facts About Nutrition

Dr. Michael Greger, Bringing clarity to media driven nutrition confusion

Plant-Based Versions of
Comfort Food Favorites

Sample Recipes That Will Change Your Life.
Freedom To Eat and Enjoy.

Macaroni with green peas and vegetables

Macaroni and Cheese

Ultimate Comfort Food With
Nondairy Ingredients

Three Burgers with onions and herbs

Grillable Burgers

Design Your Own Burgers

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Chocolate Chip Cookies

Enjoy Chocolate Chip Cookies
Without the Guilt

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