A lot of people believe that a vegetarian/vegan diet is a life-changing solution that will benefit their overall health. For some, this may be true. But for others, this type of diet may lead to their demise.
In 1985, I decided to try a mostly vegetarian diet after reading the book Fit for Life. But after a few weeks on this diet, I was shocked to realize that this eating program would probably have ruined my health forever!
My free report Think Twice before Going on a Vegetarian Diet exposes the pitfalls of becoming a vegetarian/vegan. This report will open your eyes to why this type of diet—and avoiding meat—is NOT always the best option.
You will also learn:
- Important factors you probably ignore when deciding on safe and "nutritious" foods to eat
- How to get sufficient nutrition without violating the ethical concerns about sacrificing animals for meat
- How inaccurate and biased reports on vegetarianism deceive many people worldwide
- Why there is no perfect diet for everyone—and how you can customize your diet to maximize your health
Plus, I will share an interesting part of my health plan with you that will give you a well-balanced diet and benefit you better than vegetarianism.
The Hidden Perils of a Vegetarian/Vegan Diet
I strongly believe everyone should seek to consume high quality, fresh, organic, and locally grown vegetables every day to get a powerhouse of nutritional benefits to improve your health.
However, I seriously advise against consuming vegetables ONLY. To get all the nutrients your body needs, you should get a little bit of everything, including meat. The unfortunate story of Sergine and Joel Le Moaligou, a vegan couple, is a clear and sad example. Their 11-month-old daughter Louise died after she was fed only her mother's milk, which lacked necessary vitamins and nutrients.
I strongly urge you to read this full report —or else, this tragedy may also happen to YOU!
Animal Fats are Harmful to Your Health: True or False?
Find out from this report the best all-natural animal protein sources that will surely benefit your overall health!
In his blog, pro-vegan MD Stuart Seale points out the "dangers" of consuming animal foods, including meat. But the truth is the idea that cholesterol and saturated fats are bad for you is one of the most common health myths.
Dr. Seale also claims that meat is loaded with antibiotics, concentrated toxins, and disease-causing bacteria. He's correct, but only for one particular type of meat…and chances are you're probably consuming it all the time!
In my free report, you will discover:
- Why fat and cholesterol are your friends, not foes
- The grave consequences of avoiding animal protein
- Dangerous protein sources to avoid
- How to choose safe, protein-rich meats to eat
Do You Believe the China Study?
Did You Know?
There are 90,000 people in the U.S. that are 100 years old or older—but none of them are vegetarians!
Many people have been converted by T. Colin Campbell's The China Study, which convinces them to become vegetarians. But beware: The China Study—which isn't really a study, but a series of observations—is not as factual as it seems. The theories Campbell stated weren't ever tested, making them questionable.
My free report will expose the flaws and inaccuracies of The China Study and other vegetarianism-related literature. I will also reveal a crucial factor that could have made all the difference in the outcome of these researches
A One-Size-Fits-All Diet Does Not Exist
Everyone has a unique biochemical and genetic individuality—meaning there's no perfect food plan that will work for everyone. In this free report, you will discover Nutritional Typing, my unique diet program that will help:
- Customize your diet and modify your food intake
- Find the right balance of fats, carbs, and protein your body needs
- Optimize your health
You will also learn tips on cooking meat properly that help you avoid mistakes that transform your meat into a dangerous, chemical-laced health hazard.
A vegetarian/vegan diet is not always the best course of action. Get this free report now to learn more about this diet fad and how to truly maximize healthy eating.