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"There are in foods at least a thousand substances - phytochemicals, bioflavonoids, carotenoids, retinols, isoflavones, lycopene, genistein, and so on-that have anti-cancer, anti-heart disease, and anti-aging properties. Where are these important substances found? With few exceptions, they are in fruits, vegetables, grains, and beans, including soy products."

John Robbins
The Food Revolution
pg xv/Foreword


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Due to the volume of resources we have pulled information from over the past 4 years, we are still in the process of organizing it for the website.  Please bear with us.  In the meantime, if you have any questions relating to the resources for specific information, please contact us via email and we will gladly provide you with that information.  You may want to visit our Healthy Links page for web resources.

 

Eat to Live
Dr. Joel Fuhrman

Green Leaves of Barley
 Dr. Mary Ruth Swope
God's Way to Ultimate Health
Dr. George H. Malkmus
  The Food Revolution
John Robbins

Fresh Vegetable and Fruit Juices
N.W. Walker D. Sc.

 

  Don't Drink Your Milk!
Frank A. Oski, M.D.
Toxic Relief
Don Colbert, M.D.
  Food for Life
Neal Barnard, M.D.
 
 

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"After reviewing the scientific literature, however, it becomes clear that the evidence is mostly consistent, not controversial. There is more scientific evidence than ever that switching from a high-fat diet rich in animal protein and simple carbohydrates such as sugar to a whole foods, plant-based diet high in complex carbohydrates provides a double benefit: You significantly reduce your intake of disease-promoting substances such as cholesterol, saturated fat, and oxidants, and increase your intake of protective food substances."
John Robbins
The Food Revolution
pg: Foreword/xv
 
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