Monday, August 29, 2011

Dr. Esselstyn

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by Morley Evans

Dr. Esselstyn is another person who thinks that fruits and vegetables prevent disease and cure disease once it gets started. Radical treatment is required that may be too difficult for the average person. Dr. Esselstyn recommends eating fruits and vegetables and avoiding sugar and "anything with a mother or a face."

Caldwell Esselstyn, MD, chief of surgery at the Cleveland Clinic, discusses his 18-year study whereby he reversed severe heart disease in every patient in his program -- who had all been sent home to die by their cardiologists. Dr. Esselstyn shows you how by changing your diet you can prevent and reverse heart disease. A low-fat plant-based (vegetarian) diet is the key.

Pretty radical stuff: eat fruit and vegetables. Is he crazy or are they?

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