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This is How a Plant-Based Whole-Foods Diet Will Improve Your Life


This is How a Plant-Based Whole-Foods Diet Will Improve Your Life
Massage Magazine

Did you know that heart disease is the number-one killer in the U.S., followed closely by cancer? Approximately 600,000 people die of each of these diseases annually, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. Stroke, diabetes and Alzheimerâs disease are also among the top-10 killers.All of these diseases are preventableâand all of them are related to lifestyle.A plant-based whole-foods diet is a powerful way to help prevent and even reverse these and other chronic, fatal diseases.Help From a Whole-Foods, Plant-Based DietLetâs look at the number-one killer. Researchers offered 198 patients with heart disease a program that encouraged the consumption of a whole-foods, plant-based diet.Of the 89 percent of patients who complied with the diet, 81 percent experienced improvement, and 22 percent experienced a complete reversal of their heart disease.

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