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Preventing and reversing disease through plant-based diet and Functional Medicine
Preventing and reversing disease through plant-based diet and Functional Medicine

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If for no other reason to eat more vegetarian/vegan - this is why. Movies like "Forks Over Knives" or "Food, Inc." are real eye openers as to the harmful things fed to chickens and cattle, which people then eat.
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You can prevent AND reverse disease using Functional Medicine and changing to a more plant-based diet! Dr. Mark Hyman (M.D.) is one of the best known and well respected Functional Medicine doctors in the U.S.
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Functional Medicine is working all over the world!
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A Plant-based diet can help prevent major diseases as well as alleviate smaller problems like allergy symptoms.
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Amazing! I absolutely love "Forks Over Knives!" It's great that this information was presented by two M.D.'s and there are decades of research to back it up. Eating a plant-based diet really can save your life!
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Good simple article about Lupus. However, I disagree with the last 2 lines: "And if you’re on medications, take them as your doctor recommends. That’s the best thing you can do for lupus.”

The BEST thing you can do for lupus is change to a plant-based diet, heal your intestinal tract (where most of your immune system resides), and if needed take simple intestinal antibiotics and antifungals along with probiotics (Functional Medicine treatment) to REVERSE your lupus. It works! I've been doing this for a year and have been off my autoimmune meds since I started.

Read my blog: http://www.autoimmunephoenix.wordpress.com
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If you're going to eat turkey for thanksgiving, I'd recommend one of these. I saw some at my local grocery store that were vegetarian fed, no antibiotics, free range. Interesting. I did buy one for family, but I'll be having me some sweet potato/quinoa cakes, spinach cakes and other healthy foodstuffs myself for turkey day tomorrow!
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