The China Study


There is a book out by Dr. Colin Campbell, PHD and his son, Thomas M. Campbell, MD that will totally change the way you look at food. It is called THE CHINA STUDY. Check your library to see if they have it. Check it out and read it! The New York Times called it “The study can be considered the Grand Prix of Epidemiology.”

Here is what the back of the book says:

“By any measure, America’s health is failing. We spend far more, per capita, on health care than any other society in the world, and yet two-thirds of Americans are overweight, and more than 15 million Americans have diabetes. We fall prey to heart disease as often as we did thirty years ago. The War on Cancer, launched in the 1970’s has been a miserable failure. Half of all Americans have a health problem that requires taking a prescription drug every week, and more than 100 million Americans have high cholesterol.

To make matters worse, we are leading our youth down a path of disease earlier and earlier in their lives. One-third of the children in this country are overweight or at risk of becoming overweight. Our kids are increasingly falling prey to a form of diabetes that used to be seen only in adults, and children now take more prescription drugs than ever before.

These issues all come down to three things: breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The China Study presents a clear and concise message of hope as it dispels a multitude of health myths and misinformation:  If you want to be healthy, change your diet.”

Make thy food thy medicine, and thy medicine thy food. ~ Hypocrates

You can either check it out at your local library of just buy it. You will want to own it once you start reading it! Happy reading!


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