Page 1 of 1

Wonder why Dr. Rath doesn't try to get on public broadcasting

Posted: Fri Oct 06, 2017 12:58 pm
by guitarplayer007
Or CNN. CNN did an entire hour called the last heart attack hosted by their medical Dr. Sanjey Gupta. They had Dr. Esselstyn and Dean Ornish on and showed how plant based diet reversed heart disease. i just can't believe that he can't get some kind of national attention somewhere here in the USA.

Ken

Re: Wonder why Dr. Rath doesn't try to get on public broadcasting

Posted: Fri Oct 06, 2017 4:54 pm
by confused1
I don't think most would argue that a plant based diet is healthy if you make sure to get enough protein and a few other nutrients. I know you said you were on one before, what's stopping you now? I don't mean to sound judgmental, I'm just curious. Is it too hard or impractical? Lol, I don't think I could do it unless it was life or death.

Re: Wonder why Dr. Rath doesn't try to get on public broadcasting

Posted: Fri Oct 06, 2017 5:03 pm
by guitarplayer007
Protein is never an issue on plant based diet. It's myth about how protein a human needs and every plant, bean, vegetable has protein. In fact there us no case of protein deficiency. ...unless you are dying of starvation lol

Re: Wonder why Dr. Rath doesn't try to get on public broadcasting

Posted: Fri Oct 06, 2017 5:04 pm
by guitarplayer007
I'm not satisfied, like I told friends you can feel full eating plant based diet. ..but are you satisfied. ....I wasn't

Re: Wonder why Dr. Rath doesn't try to get on public broadcasting

Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 5:59 am
by confused1
You haven't abandoned it completely though? You're still eating healthy, right? I guess ultimately a good diet is one you stick to.

Re: Wonder why Dr. Rath doesn't try to get on public broadcasting

Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 6:35 am
by guitarplayer007
No been eating a lot of crap

Re: Wonder why Dr. Rath doesn't try to get on public broadcasting

Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 8:55 am
by zarfas
guitarplayer007 wrote:I'm not satisfied, like I told friends you can feel full eating plant based diet. ..but are you satisfied. ....I wasn't

I am in the same boat with you
I can eat a 1lb of broccoli, with pineapple, garlic, onions, peas, drink a carton of eggwhites(loaded with lysine/proline) and take a few EFAs(fat) coq10, vit k2 with iodine.vit D(all have fat)

and still eat a bunch of crap., or want crap

Bliss point is very real and I want MORE FOOD

Bliss point-In the formulation of food products, the bliss point is the amount of an ingredient such as salt, sugar, or fat which optimizes palatability. (think cheetos and they are salty, crunchy and melt in your mouth
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bliss_point_(food)

Re: Wonder why Dr. Rath doesn't try to get on public broadcasting

Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 9:02 am
by zarfas
confused1 wrote:I don't think most would argue that a plant based diet is healthy if you make sure to get enough protein and a few other nutrients. I know you said you were on one before, what's stopping you now? I don't mean to sound judgmental, I'm just curious. Is it too hard or impractical? Lol, I don't think I could do it unless it was life or death.

plant based diets might lack in b-vitamins
otherwise, I dont what nutrients they are lacking? do you?

The reason people dont do plant based diets is BECAUSE ITS HARD!

same reason people dont get an education

they want EASY, instant gratification

That's why people use the drive thru
smoke nicotine
use illegal drugs


--people want a PILL that will lean them out instead of going to the gym
id write more, but doorbell is telling me my pizza is here

Re: Wonder why Dr. Rath doesn't try to get on public broadcasting

Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 9:36 am
by guitarplayer007
Lol

Re: Wonder why Dr. Rath doesn't try to get on public broadcasting

Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 9:38 am
by guitarplayer007
But if are raised living on plants like many countries used to be then it's not hard, it's all you know. But me I burgers, chicken, turkey my entire life and the potatoes were usually chips or fries lol

Re: Wonder why Dr. Rath doesn't try to get on public broadcasting

Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 10:13 am
by zarfas
guitarplayer007 wrote:But if are raised living on plants like many countries used to be then it's not hard, it's all you know. l


yes, we all like yummy food
you know

yes, it is hard to not eat junk food, why do you think its not?
look at how many americans are fat and these countries you speak of that have plant based diets, well, once they get GOOD american food, they get fat
duh
what;s your bodyfat?

Re: Wonder why Dr. Rath doesn't try to get on public broadcasting

Posted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:46 am
by guitarplayer007
to high, probably low 20's