Does a Plant-based diet Cure Diabetes? Drs McDougall, Greger, Bernard
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ABOUT THIS VIDEO:
A viewer (Ken Rach) like many others, is focused on plant-based. He provided a link to Dr. McDougall’s lecture to the College of Lifestyle Medicine. I’ve seen this. I’ve preached ( and lived) the lifestyle gospel for 30 years. After 30 years of plant-based diet, marathons, and a BMI of 21, I developed IR (Insulin Resistance). I’m not alone. There are other causes of T2D besides these; like age and genetics. What do you tell these patients?