Your Doctor Won’t Tell You…

Your doctor won’t tell you that you have power.

The power to stay well.

The power to prevent common diseases.

To name just a few, you can prevent diseases like:

  • Heart disease.
  • All kinds of cancer.
  • Diabetes
  • Neurological disease like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
  • …And so many more.

The power you have is in the food choices you make.

We all know that fruits and vegetables are healthy, right?

What is more controversial is the elimination of all animal-based foods.

Including dairy…

Yet, the only diet on the planet that has ever been proven to prevent and even reverse heart disease is a plant-based lifestyle.

The way I see it, this kind of evidence points to the truth.

Further, other common diseases listed above are also prevented through diet.

So, why isn’t your doctor telling you about all of this good news?

Well, to be fair, he likely knows less about nutrition than you do.

In medical school, nutrition is barely discussed.

Instead, your doctor is taught about first detecting pathology.

Then, he learns about which drug protocols to use.

Some good doctors will talk to you about lifestyle changes to lower cholesterol or blood pressure.

But there are no real systems in place to support the patient.

The doctor does not get reimbursed when he talks about nutrition.

And your doctor likely does not have any reimbursement to provide you with a nutrition-based program to help you make the transition.

So, if you are interested in learning more, stay tuned.

I’ve learned so much and am fully engaged in a plant-based lifestyle.

I’m meeting more and more folks in my area that are working to help others get and stay well through diet.


Talk soon,


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