Everyone has heard multiple times in their lives that vegatables are healthy, colesterol is bad and how „an apple a day keeps the doctor away“, right?
Common sense is though, that it doesn’t really matter what we put into our mouths. Yeah, yeah, if we eat too much we get fat and if we don’t eat enough we starve but besides that: as long as it tastes good it should be OK.
This is weird because we accept that these little pills our doctor has put us on do make a difference to our health. But those 35 tons of food we eat during our lifetimes do not?
A presentation by Dr. Neal Barnard addresses in depth how food-choice is linked to degenerative disease in western societies.