This video is #3 in a series of 11 from a 2020 podcast covering many different aspects of my Regular Intelligent Fasting® learnings and experience. It is a relaxed fun chat and gives a really good sense of fasting the way I recommend you do it.
Here is a reminder of the basic way we have always eaten. Mostly plants. Mostly wholefoods. Greens dominating the plate. Lots of fibre. Lots of colour. This is how I eat. A plant-based wholefood diet. Very cool for your fridge door or wherever the food is!
This video is #1 in a series of 11 from a 2020 podcast covering many different aspects of my Regular Intelligent Fasting® learnings and experience. It is a relaxed fun chat and gives a really good sense of fasting the way I recommend you do it.
This is a 'Jason' version of the varied and controversial official food pyramids. It is a basic guide, a support, an inspiration, an overview. Print it and stick it up somewhere you will look at it while getting food, preparing food, cooking food or buying food!
‘Red meat intake and breast cancer among women’ ‘Cooked meat and risk of breast cancer’ ‘Premenopausal dietary fat in relation to pre- and post-menopausal breast cancer’ ‘Dietary animal-derived fat intake and breast cancer risk’ 'Chicken intake not associated with lower risk of breast cancer'.
This is the tale of two incredible studies that show exactly what happens to a species when you feed them what we are currently eating. They get sick young, they die young, they suffer and their offspring lose the ability to reproduce. Sound familiar...?
Sadly, the current health status in most countries is not good at all. We are still getting sicker, younger, from NCDs. Every year the disease rates go up and our expected lifespan drops. This has been the way since I started teaching healthy longevity over 20 years ago.
Japanese meat-eaters have 8 times higher rates of breast cancer than Japanese vegetarians. Rural vegetarian Indian women get breast cancer at a rate 400% lower than American women. A high meat diet = a 75% higher risk of having first period by age 12.
What about genetics? Surely they are the main driver of my health and longevity? Nope. The research and long-term epidemiology on the World’s healthiest and longest-lived peoples say that genetics dictate around 5% of disease. The rest is diet, lifestyle and environmental choices.