A new article by Vin Miller – The China Study: Is Animal Food Really Unhealthy? – has just been re-published by HumanaNatura. The original article appeared on Vin’s RageWellness website and we are pleased to be able to include his thoughtful analysis in HumanaNatura’s article library. In the article, Vin explores the science that both supports and calls to question key conclusions from the popular, pro-vegan book, The China Study. Vin concludes that the case for veganism is not as strong scientifically as The China Study suggests and that “animal food can indeed be part of a diet that promotes excellent health.”
Vin’s science-based conclusions are of course consistent with HumanaNatura’s essential health technique of Natural Eating, embodied in our OurPlate healthy eating model, which proposes that a diet rich in raw vegetables that includes lean animal proteins and removes unnatural carbohydrate-rich foods is not just more natural, but will prove optimally healthy for most of us. You can read Vin’s excellent, well-researched article via HumanaNatura at Critical Look At The China Study or on Vin’s RageWellness blog.
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