Are plant-based diets the latest fad? Not according to Steven Walton, general manager of research firm HealthFocus International, speaking at the International Food Technology conference in Last Vegas on June 28, 2017.
“I believe that plant-based eating is a game-changing trend,” Mr Walton said, claiming the dietary trend to be more of a “revolution than an evolution”.
From New Philosopher magazine 🙂
It’s not exactly news that fruits and veggies are good for you. But historically, physicians have been reluctant to make any diet recommendations at all to their patients. Medical schools don’t teach much about nutrition. Read more.
A 46 year old Brisbane woman spent a body and soul-affirming three months experience of dietary denial on Mrs Snook’s gut-cleanse diet in 2014. Teresa lost 13 kilos and nearly halved her cholesterol levels.
‘The doctors are out to get Mrs Snook!’
- Patricia Blundell of East Fremantle, ‘The West Australian’, May 26, 1990.
In late 1983, aged seventy, Dorothy (known publicly as Dorothea) Snook moved with her daughter Barbara to Peppertree House on a 24-acre property in an area known as Doctor’s Hill in Northam, the town where she had been born, and close by to where she spent her childhood on her family’s farm in Koorda.
6 leaves & stalks of silverbeet – washed and chopped; 2 large, ripe tomatoes – sliced.
Boil together in 1 pint (approx 500ml) water for 15-20 mins.
Strain and drink between meals
See more recipes in ‘Gut Instinct: Mrs Snook’s Diet‘ – published 12 April 2017.