I Quit a Strict Plant Based Diet – Doctor’s Perspective

Updated : Feb 29, 2020 in Articles

I Quit a Strict Plant Based Diet – Doctor’s Perspective


Now as some of you may know, I’ve been doing
a primarily plant based or vegan diet for the last several years. But a few months ago, I decided to change that. [music] All right, so to fully understand the story we got to go a few years back. Just going back to high school and college,
I was always very interested in nutrition and living “optimally”, whatever that meant. And so, one of the things – I actually used
to be very turned off by vegans and then I became one which is kinda funny, because they
would like be shoving their beliefs down your throat right? So I’m at subway with my friend, it’s a very
illustrative example, and I think I’m being healthy at the time at least. I’ve got this you know, “whole wheat” bread
with turkey breast slices, so “white meat” and no cheese, no mayo. I’m like, “oh, I’m being so healthy”. My friend, he’s vegetarian, not quite vegan,
but he has cheese and mayo and white bread. I forget how the conversation proceed from
there, but – but I thought what I was eating was healthier and he thought what he was eating
healthier. In hindsight, both very unhealthy options,
because I had processed meat and the whole wheat bread is not whole wheat and – anyways. Now going into med school, again I’ve been
very you know like carnivore all the way but we had these student groups, and most med
schools have these student groups, you know, you have these lunch talks and to get students
to come versus just like studying on their own because everyone’s so busy in med school,
everyone’s so broke, they offer you these meals. So there’s free meals and you get like free
sandwiches, free Thai, free whatever, you get the food and then you of course sit down
and watch the lecture. And the talk at that time was from this retired
radiologist who was talking about a plant based diet. I said “OK, this actually pretty cool” because
he’s taking a very scientific approach and explaining why this is beneficial in a variety
of pathologies. Towards the end of the lecture, he brings
up Ulcerative Colitis which is a form of inflammatory bowel disease or IBD, and I have Crohn’s Colitis
and that really got my interest. So again, this is like back before I was open
about this. So after the lecture, I go up and I’m like,
“hey, can we talk more about this afterwards because I don’t want to – I don’t want people
to know I have IBD because it could really hurt my chances for residency”, at least,
for competitive residency. Anyways, we got to talking and you told me
all these stories about various patients he had either interacted with or his colleagues
had and how they were essentially cured from their IBD with a plant based diet. So I met one of these friends of his who had
Ulcerative Colitis and she had been on a plant based diet for a long period time and was
off it, all medications. That sounded pretty good, I said “hey, you
know what, What do I have to lose? I wanna be open minded, I wanna try things
out, I wanna self-experiment”. Of course I went to the literature, found
some studies that were supportive of the idea that a plant based diet was helpful for IBD. There was one main one, is this Japanese study,
not very – not a very strong study, but when you’re talking about something like nutrition
and another smaller subset like IBD, it’s really tough to find any good research. So the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, [laughs]
I decide I’m going plant based, I’m going to be vegan. And everyone I knew was like, “what is wrong
with you? Why right before Thanksgiving? Just wait until like, wait another week do
it after”. And for those who have watched my personality
type or my tendency type video on Med School Insiders, like this is a classic example of
a questioner. I said “why would I wait?” if I decided to
do it now, I’ll do it now. Who cares if Thanksgiving is in two days or
in a year. I mean, I’m kind of the same way about New
Year’s resolutions but that’s another discussion. So, I had great results pretty early on, within
a few months I had noticed that during my infusions cycles, so I get these – as you
guys have probably seen on Instagram, I get these infusions every eight weeks. And at the end, obviously the medication concentration
in your blood is going to drop and then you get a dose and over time that’s what you keep
– that’s why you have this eight week interval. Towards the end, the trough level was such
that I would be symptomatic. But when I was on this plant based diet, I
wasn’t symptomatic, this is awesome. So I was totally sold on the plant based diet
and I was sticking pretty strictly to that for the most part, for the last five years
since 2013, Thanksgiving of 2013. And I mean, you know, along the way, I started
adding a little bit of fish, fish maybe once every month or once every few weeks if that,
and that was also based on some of the literature that was describing, you know, these servings
of fish in moderation could actually help patients with IBD. So now you know why I did a plant based diet
and why I was convinced. But here’s the issue, the literature on nutrition,
it sucks. I mean, there’s no other way to say it. Part of that is because, look at what the
incentive is… if you don’t have companies that are going to benefit from you eating
a plant based or eating a ketogenic diet, then are you gonna have large well-funded
studies? Probably not, and that’s one of the issues
we face. The other thing right now with the nutrition
research is that, depending on what you want to believe, you can find evidence, you can
cherry pick the evidence for that. And the issue is that most of the evidence
for either the low carb or low fat diet groups is pretty flawed, and you can point out the
flaws in each study. Now, I’m not saying that I’m a nutrition expert
but I have done, like you guys can see my full list of publications, abstracts, presentations
on Kevinjubbal.com or on PubMed and you know, I have a foundation of what research entails,
what it is, the limitations of studies, the statistical analysis things like that, but
in no way am I saying that I’m a nutrition expert, absolutely not. In fact, I got kind of tired of reading the
primary literature myself, so what I do is I go to sources that I trust. These are doctors or scientists that read
the research themselves, synthesize it and give it to me in something that is quicker
and more effective, right? I don’t need to spend hours going through
all these papers myself and I recommend that you guys do that too. Because if you go to like these mainstream
news sources and read their articles that are totally sensationalized, these headlines,
just… it’s garbage. Don’t don’t read those, don’t base your decisions
off of that. Go to the real meat of it. Anyways, the two that I like is NutritionFacts.org
with Dr. Michael Greger and Peter Attia M.D., Dr. Attia. Dr. Attia is very low carb ketogenic and the
NutritionFacts is very plant based focused. So it’s really cool to see both of their opinions. And again, depending on what you want to believe,
you can cherry pick the evidence you want. Which brings me to the next point; self experimentation. Because the research in nutrition sucks, I
don’t find it reliable to just go off of that to make my own decisions. So for example, a few months ago, in early
2018 I started incorporating more meat into my diet. So there’s this one study on IBD, I saw this
actually on NutritionFacts.org where having up to two servings of meat per week do not
demonstrate any increased rates of flares or symptoms in patients with IBD. So, I figured I’ll try it out. Now, my philosophy on diet is, it’s less about
whether or not you’re having meat, whether or not you’re having a certain amount of carbs
or fats or whatever, what I think the key is, at least initially, those are more like
details you should worry about later, is the quality of your food, how much is processed. Now, a big issue I have with the current literature
in nutrition is you don’t see a high quality plant-based diet versus a high quality ketogenic
or low fat diet, right? You have like plant-based vs western diet,
like obviously this is gonna be better, right? Now, I’ve been doing this self experimentation
for the last several months and I’m tracking various markers like Faecal Calprotectin,
ESR, CRP, various blood tests to actually objectively quantify and track my inflammatory
bowel disease to see what works and what doesn’t work. A lot of companies reach out to me regularly
for sponsorships. And I turn down most of them. Like I’m getting several every week and as
you guys have noticed on the medical insiders and vlog channels, I usually don’t do sponsorships. Because I only want to promote things that
I actually believe are good for you guys, that you – that you would actually benefit
from. So this company, Butcherbox, reached out to
me a couple of weeks ago and I was like this is so funny, I’ve been doing – I’ve been eating
meat now for a couple months and now they reach out to me versus if they had reached
out to me like a year ago I would’ve been like absolutely not, I’m plant-based, right? So, I decided to check them out and there’s
actually two reasons why I wanna tell you about them; number one is, they had the subscription
box service right? So you get delivered high quality meats frozen
with dry ice straight to your door. As a busy pre-med or med student, that’s obviously
a huge time saver. But secondly and more importantly, it’s the
quality of their meats… or first of all, all their meats are hormone and antibiotic
free, you have free range chicken, the beef, so the cattle not only grass fed, but grass
finished. I didn’t actually know what the difference
was, but essentially to earn that grass fed label on packaging, the cows don’t need to
be grass fed for their entire life, only the beginning, only a certain amount of time. Grass fed and grass finished means that they
are fed grass throughout their life. And ultimately, you’re having these higher
quality sources of meat that I think is more important than whether or not you’re eating
meat in the first place. At least that’s my philosophy and my theory
right now. So if you guys do wanna check them out, they’re
doing a special offer with me. It’s butcherbox.com forward/medchoolinsiders,
you’ll get $20 off and I’ll place a link down in the description below as well. Anyway, that is it for this video, I’m about
to have dinner. Gonna have some Butcherbox meat and I’ll see
you guys in the next one. [music]

100 Comments

  • Everyone, thank you for watching. The goal is to find the truth. I'm not bashing plant based diets, I was a strict plant based diet for a year, and on a very heavily focused plant based diet for another nearly 4 years. I am obviously very familiar with the research in order to make the shift for such a long period of time. As I stated in the video, I dove deep in the primary literature for a while, and recently I have resorted to nutritionfacts.org or Peter Attia for their summaries. It is important to note, there are significant flaws in the current nutritional research. Sounds like a great video opportunity for me to work on and explain 😉

    This is a great exercise in critical thinking and open mindedness – a factor I'm passionate about as I believe it is a foundational principle in success and living effectively. To those of you who welcome an intellectual discussion in search of the truth, I applaud you. You have a mindset that is not just inviting to others and noble, but effective. To those of you who were offended or triggered by the video, I invite you to consider that having a differing view point from another is not an attack on you. You're more likely to learn more and live a more fulfilling life by being open to having your own views challenged.

    Thanks for reading =)

  • I had crohn's disease and jesus healed me. Call on jesus, he bore all our sickness and diseases and by his stripes u are healed! In jesus mighty name Amen 💞 God bless.

  • Why so many dislikes on this vid? Personal attack because he admitted he is no longer plant based? He had good and valid points smh.

  • I have had the same condition since all my late thirties. I have taken many meds and the only one that worked was humira. After this, i was diagnosed with stage 3 be cancer, survived this and the chemo kicked out my condition for awhile, but now it is back. Just wondering what works best for you. You mentioned infusions and I was hoping it might help me. And that it's not humira! Thanks In advance. If you don't want to tell everyone pm me if you are ok with sharing some insight.

  • When is the follow up video? Lots of time comparing plant vs adding meat now im sure? With all those aspects you were monitoring?

  • To all the people saying there are no drawbacks in the vegan diet.

    1. Yes there are, nearly every plant has something called anti nutrients, basically not allowing the human body to absorb the so called nutrient dense food.

    2. You have to consume a massive amount of food to be on par with a steak; a pound of Greens or a few ounces of some meat, aka it is less efficient.

    3. Some plants such as soy beans or other Greens have toxins within them to protect the plant against predators. Plants do not want to be eaten. Soy beans lower reproductive chances of having offspring, the plant literally wants your line to die off so no future predators can eat them! You're also much lower in certain B and K vitamins.

    Raw veggies are nearly in edible, have you tried to chew a raw bean or taste an uncooked potato? The fact we're able to consume and eat raw meat should tell you that without fire we would have starved on veggies. All in all, i eat a balanced diet, i dont share the carnivore or vegan craze, i just eat what makes me feel good. This list was just for educational purposes, not trying to push any fad or diet on anyone. But there are serious drawbacks to plant based only diet. Oh and almost forgot to mention thag saturated fat is very healthy, too little can cause heart disease. Plant based fats in the oil form are bad, and cause heart disease.

  • Vegans are crazy. They will argue with medical doctors about nutrition. Any time someone releases a video about getting off of veganism there are massive dislikes. Yeah, and vegans say they don't belong to a cult. They behave like they're in a cult.

  • You guys should try to down load on apple  strore the app called calorie munch out …. its great for the entire  family

  • Why would you want to eat an animal when you don't need to? Meat is gross, the dead decaying flesh of a murdered creature for your pleasure, nice.

  • Vegan diets are very difficult to maintain and don't work as well for some people as it does for others. If you can maintain a vegan diet and it works for you, fine that's good, but don't hate on people who eat meat. It's not their fault that any of the stuff considered unethical going on in the food industry is happening, and they still need that meat. Same goes for me. You can eat meat and still vouch for a better way to treat animals. That's just my two cents.

  • At the start did you say vegans shove our beliefs down non vegans throats?

    people in my comments when they find out I’m vegan

    “But bacon is good” “eat a chicken sandwich you vegan bitch” “vegan isn’t healthy you should just eat meat” “milk is so good with cookies thoooo” “eggs are such a good breakfast”

    Yaaaa alri…

  • The vegan agenda is a globalist scam to weaken the population by self induced mal nourishment. The true diet is a vegetarian diet with some milk products like Butter,Cheese,Ghee,Joghurt and hot Milk!(eaten by "Hindus" for millions of years) Look at these video of many vegan who developed severe malnourition and especially teeth problems(teeth is a bone that needs minerals) https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=vegan+malnourise+after+10+years

    People need to eat milk products the right way according to Ayurveda for India! Never eat joghurt in the evening. (best for breakfast) Never mix milk and joghurt, only eat hot milk(boiled 1-2 cups in the evening,you can add ginger)

  • The vegan agenda is a globalist scam to weaken the population by self induced mal nourishment. The true diet is a vegetarian diet with some milk products like Butter,Cheese,Ghee,Joghurt and hot Milk!(eaten by "Hindus" for millions of years) Look at these video of many vegan who developed severe malnourition and especially teeth problems(teeth is a bone that needs minerals) https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=vegan+malnourise+after+10+years

    People need to eat milk products the right way according to Ayurveda for India! Never eat joghurt in the evening. (best for breakfast) Never mix milk and joghurt, only eat hot milk(boiled 1-2 cups in the evening,you can add ginger)

  • Don't listen to the triggered vegans. This is for your own health, that should be respected.

    With that said, people are having great success with their IBD on a Carnivore diet. You should try it for 30 days and see how you feel, then try 6 months.

    Just don't forget the fat, salt and electrolytes.

  • I loved the things you say till about the 8min mark when you started promoting a company. At this point I have to question anything you said before even tho I agree with almost all of it.

  • Look at the cell level. Veggies bring the most nutrients without being carcinogenic like meat. Look at Dr. Brooke Goldner. Also need high omega 3.

  • As a vegan I support the idea that if your going to eat meat then make it good quality & cruelty free.
    One day humans will look back on factory farms in disgust.
    One day will will actuallyknow what is good for us when the billionaires stop hiding the truth whatever that is.

  • EVERYONE the movie DOMINION on YouTube snows what exactly you are eating.
    If you eat meat, at least educate yourself on the topic.

  • It funny. When i looked at Michael Greger he looked like a nice man of early to late 50s. I looked at Peter Attia and i would have put him late 30s, early 40s and clearly muscular. Greger is 46, and Attia is 47. Hmmmm… which diet do you want to follow? Sorry, vegans are generally not a picture of health. Kind of ruins their argument.

  • Me And My Brother In Law Been Doing Keto and it Made World of Differents and I listen to Dr. Erig Berg Dr.Ken D. Berry Thomas DeLauer and Others Talking about the Benefits of High Quality of the Ketogenic Diet and How its Been Healing People all around the World. So Ya Even DietDoc.com Talk in Length the Benefits of the Low Carb and Hat Healing Diet. Remember Diet is for Healing Weight loss is one of its Benefits from a Low Card Grain/Gluten Sugar/RefinedSugar of any Kind Free Diet. I Lost 120+pounds and Found out I'm Gluten intolerance and Carb Sensitivity. So, ya Low CaRB High Fat can Heal the Body because you are eliminating the Plants base gluten/cads food that Causes Inflammation in your body because Inflammation is the causes of most Diseases. So that is why we went to Keto.

  • I think what is more important than focussing on a plant based diet is to support sustainable farming. Buy local organic and seasonal vegetables, seeds, nuts and fruits when possible. If you are a meat eater chose pastured grass feed meats, free range poultry and wild fish. Avoid factory farmed foods. Being vegetarian but purchasing your vegetables, fruits, grain and soy from huge mono crop industries that grow the same crops year after year, using enormous amounts of chemical pesticides and fertilizers will continue the damage of our soils, water, air, and climate.

  • I was even interested with the subject and then I saw that you are sponsored by ButcherBox. Come on man. You are not credible at all nor believable.
    Next Alyse Parker😂

  • You seem very cocky and inauthentic! Murdering animals and eating their flesh is wrong! Animals get their protein from plants and so should you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • You should read 1. "Wheat Belly" by William Davis, M.D. 2. "Grain Brain" by Dr. Perlmutter. 3. "The Carnivore Diet' by Shawn Baker, M.D. and 4. "Vegetarianism Explained" by Natasha Campbell. Butcherbox is excellent. A plant based diet is dangerous to your health. You could check out these doctors on youtube if you don't want to read their books. Plants have anti nutrients…oxalates, lectins, phytates, etc. that cause lots of problems including inflammatory bowel disease/Crohn's.

  • A one-sided diet turns on and off genes. Full adaptation takes months, not weeks. If you have a health problem, any inflammation requires a minimum of 6 months of strict diet along with 1 or 2 days of water fasting weekly. And daily 30 min running. Healing is a serious thing, has to take seriously. Not that I sometimes eat fish …

  • Using your intellectual faculties to decide what to eat is a bad Western, especially USA American habit. ENJOY your food and chew it well. Drink plenty of water a good 45mins BEFORE you eat. It is as much about how you eat as it is what you eat. This obsessing is a sign of a society that jas nothing better to do.

  • The vegan diet is unsustainable it will destroy your health. We cannot live without animal fats and protein. The vegan diet is lacking over 15 vitamins including A, B-6,B-12, D, F, K2, 4 Amino Acids, DHA, CLA, Heme-Iron to name a few. I've had friends who's health were absolutely destroyed. There bodies were malnourished, horrible brain fog, lost all sex drive, caused digestive issues, sunken eyes, dry leathery skin I could go on and on. The vegan diet is trash and what sad is people putting their babies and growing children on vegan diets babies and children are dying from malnutrition it's child abuse pure and simple.If you want to be healthy eat meat, eggs and drink raw milk. We don't need veggies or fruit. Been carnivore for 2 years and I've never felt so good.

  • I am planning to eat at least 100-150 g of salmon every day but I will cut out all other animal products including meat, dairy and eggs. But I will have one day in the week where I'll consume dairy, eggs and meat. I wasn't even obsessed with eating shitload of meat anyways.

  • My only question being a computer engineer is when we look at the anthropological data for nutritional needs of the human species we see that we need protein and we need fat but we do not need carbohydrates. My question to you since you are the doctor is since we do not need carbohydrates as our body can make what we need then how can any scientifically rational person come to the conclusion that we should be vegetarians which tend to be primarily carbohydrate and low in protein and fat.

  • I was curious about the possibilities of negative effects on being on a plant based diet, but you never gave any actual points, or I should say evidence, against being vegan. And then you go ahead and sponsor a meat company? It seems to me that you’re only making this video to make money off a meat industry instead of actually bringing awareness on the “negative” effects of being on a plant based diet. You’re literally going against what you said in your video saying how you shouldn’t base your diet on those who are bias or support their own company/ companies paying you to sponsor them. This is a very poorly made video and I am very disappointed

  • There is no long term data that suggests veganism is healthy yet alone sustainable over a lifetime. This fact alone should end all nutritional debates and hopefully stop these sick parents from force feeding their infants 100% plants. Straight up child abuse when you realize how many malnourished babies that look like skeletons are on YT vegan vlogs.

  • I’ve noticed meats kinda throw me off but I have assumed it’s the antibiotics and other crap in them that cause it

  • Hi, I'm a college in Nutrition Science.
    I would urge you to look into the background butcher box a little deeper.
    Animals fed corn and soy is not the solution because it destroys the nutrition balance. Our College Dr. Paul Mason talks about this.
    Cheers

  • Blah blah blah….he's really not saying anything. What work for one may not work for another. He quit because he wanted to eat me just say that. Butcher meat is about to pay him big if he can get you to order from them. People don't be fooled.

  • Wanna kill a lot of animals? Then be a vegan all the farmers have to kill or pay someone to hunt and kill animals for crops to grow such as deer rabbit squirrels and etc

  • Dr. Gregor has been proven to be a total fraud. Watch “Dr Gregor exposed and embarrassed by McDougal” on Primal Edge Health’s channel. He’s a globalist puppet aiming the genocidal vegan sterility diet at the European peoples.

  • I went vegan cause I’m tired of cows, chicken, and pigs being slaughtered for our taste buds. Also I never felt so good when I changed my diet. My skin is a lot better and I’m lean with no fat. Only dumbasses will go back to eating meat 🥩. Meat is the leading cause of heart diseases and high cholesterol

  • The whole nutrition thing makes me crazy. I am in my sixties and have been trying to figure this out sincee 1970s. I basically believe in a varied diet, little or no processed food, lots of fruits and veggies. I basically do the Mind Diet now wth some modification, which is acceptable. I am more moderate about dairy and carbs and sugar. I don't believe in food fanaticism. Been there, done that.

  • I don't follow any ideology, I just eat fruit, nuts and veg from the vegan diet, seafood from the Meditteranean, meat from paleo, cheeses and avocados from the keto diet!

  • I avoid the extremes, we have the all eat meat eaters, and the full Vegan, in reality, the shape of our teeth tells us what we should eat – grinding, ripping, and cutting teeth.

  • I guess I'm the only non-emotional vegan here. Since switching to eating plant-based, my lifts in the gym have gone way up and I feel so much better in general. I'm not saying that good nutrition is impossible for non-vegans, but it's just way easier to eat right as one.

  • The thing about grass fed
    In California this was a time before they took freedom away. We would just take off to some mountain or national Forest.
    Ranchers had places to turn their cows loose to eat grass.
    What changed?

  • I'm a vegan to reverse my autoimmune condition….I might turn into an omnivore eating fish once a week after some years

  • There are no good nutrition studies.
    Check "CarnivoryCon 2019" Shawn Baker's speech…
    Go carnivore ✨ MeatHeals.com ✨ MeatRx.com ✨

  • You might consider reading some of the literature by “Seventh Day Adventists” who have been vegetarians for a very long time
    Particularly some studies comparing seventh day and Mormons. Both groups don’t drink smoke etc etc. however, Mormons eat flesh. Seventh Day Adventists do not. Well matched comparatives
    They have their own hospital/medical systems
    One has to have considerable knowledge regarding supplements etc on a vegetarian or semi vegetarian
    Consider who funds any of the studies you
    In my experience the answers you seek do not lie in medicine
    Look into Nature
    Consider slippery elm
    And learning the gentle art of relaxation
    All will be well

    “When you want to understand more, look into Nature”
    Albert Einstein

  • Forget about the studies just look and see with your own eyes the longest lived people in the world. Those who live the healthiest longest lives eat a highly plant based diet with small amounts of animal products about 10% or less of diet. None of the longest lived populations in the world eat a Keto Diet.

  • Check out the work Morley Robbins and Dr. Ben Edwards, M.D. are doing to expose the key levers required to keep systemic oxidative stress and inflammation under control. The keys are bio-magnesium, retinol, bio-copper, and ceruloplasmin bound bio-copper.
    Veritas Medical Radio (search "Root Cause Protocol"): https://medical.veritashealthycommunity.com/resources/radio-talk-shows/
    My Theory of Everything (Iron/copper induced oxidative stress increases as magnesium decreases, ceruloplasmin master enzymatic antioxidant crippled by excessive iron): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iq94ROB5qEs
    Microscopic Rusty Iron Filings in Cereal Video
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGbwFtmJOi4
    Iron Behaving Badly (Sir Douglas B. Kell, Ph.D. was knighted for this work by the owners of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society — the Royals themselves!)
    https://bmcmedgenomics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1755-8794-2-2
    **Excess microscopic rusty iron filings could be a significant contributor to your inflammatory gut issues. You could have "rusty gut." If your mother and grandmother ate a bunch of processed foods, your risk goes up immensely because your epigenetic download that triggers gene expression originally was downloaded to you by you mother (and hers from her mother).
    Where you breastfed or bottle fed? Breast milk provides the retinol required to manage the *huge* copper content in the liver when we are born. Morley explains the biochemistry here:
    Morley Robbins – Healthy Pregnancy & WHY KIDS ARE SO SICK TODAY!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLCz8A8nHvs
    Morley Robbins – How To Have The Healthiest Pregnancy Ever!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1oaE-fizj0
    Morley Robbins – How To Have A Healthy Pregnancy & Solutions For Diabetes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQQ7Gv9ka8M
    Dr. Rick Malter approaches the same cause from a different perspective:
    Understanding Copper Toxicity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyV4TgXCGC0
    BTW, when he says "copper toxicity," Dr. Malter means an excess, toxic level of bio-unavailable copper not bound to ceruloplasmin.
    Ceruloplasmin bound copper is bio-available and necessary for life (cytochrome c oxidase, as one example of many).
    Copper not bound to ceruloplasmin is an oxidant that can likely screw up the bioelectric function of the human body (and brain).
    Ceruloplasmin expressing as ferro-oxidase (ferroxidase) bound iron is bio-available and required to make heme.
    Iron not bound to ferro-oxidase is incredibly toxic, as evidenced by the previously discussed knight worthy work of Sir Douglas B. Kell, Ph.D. (Iron Behaving Badly).

  • OMG that radiologist professor did you bad, Kevin! Plant-based diet is the worst thing ever for IBD and IBS – FIBER and anti-nutrients in the plants cause inflammation in the GI tract, grains being the worst offenders of all. For IBS Paleo/ Low Carb High Fat/Ketogenic is good but For IBD you gotta go Carnivore. Go Carnivore for 60 days and recored it all.

  • Eevrybody seems to be putting their argument across and not realising or acknowledging the fact that different diets work for different people.

  • Veganism show it’s danger after a few years, our bodies have great capacities to store vitamines and stuff for years before the lack of one thing shows. Humans were not always faced to so much food choice (rather the opposit) that’s why our bodies have this capacity.

  • Veganism is an ideology being forced upon you by the satanic new world order. It will keep you in bondage and enslaved. Jesus is the way, the truth and the life. God gave us dominion over all animals on earth. Eat meat from good sources where animals are treated humanely. God is a good God!

  • I feel there is not only one reason to choose Raw-Vegan / Vegan food or lifestyle. There are many aspects :-
    1. Non violence – For Humanity. How can we be expect non-violence if we consume violence
    2. Health benefits – that we all know. It's is living food.
    3. Beneficial to climate, nature for own good of human.
    And now a days few doctor's are also telling cow's milk is for cow's baby. Now a days most of Indian baby's lactose intolerant to these milk which commercial produced obviously with hormones, torturing the cows. I believe children will reach puberty early eating this kind of bad food. Use your common sense guys…Natural food vs unnatural chemical induced food, One need to draw his/her own line. Gradually you will understand which is better.

  • My father is a dr do not eat the plant based food there are hidden chemicals it is made with that will destroy your body over time

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