Prof. Anastasia Pseiridis interviewing Prof. T Colin Campbell (author of The China Study) on nutrition, whole-food plant based diet, medicine, health, the environment, and more. Subtitles available in English and Greek. Audio in English.
Η Αναστασία Ψειρίδου σε συζήτηση με τον T. Colin Campbell (συγγραφέα του βιβλίου The China Study) για την διατροφή, την φυτοφαγία, την Ιατρική και την Υγεία, το περιβάλλον, και άλλα πολλά. Η ομιλία είναι στα Αγγλικά, υπότιτλοι στα Αγγλικά και Ελληνικά (επιλογή από τα settings του κάθε video)
Video 1/4: Is thriving on plant based diet an absurd idea?
Is thriving on plant based diet an absurd idea? Professor T Colin Campbell explains why a plant based diet is the best use we can make of existing scientific knowledge.
It looks like the adoption of a plant based diet is the best investment one can make on behalf of their children. Children will be as healthy as possible; and we, as parents, will “be there” as much as possible, and as healthy as possible, to enjoy them and help them.
This video is part of a set of educational videos prepared for the postgraduate course “Corporate and Social Responsibility of Companies”. Subtitles: English and Greek.
Video 2/4: Do Dietary Guidelines promote optimal health?
Do the Dietary Guidelines promote, or reflect, what we should do to have optimal health?
Professor T Colin Campbell explains why the answer in “No”.
Prof Campbell’s comments to the draft USDA Dietary Guidelines 2015. http://nutritionstudies.org/2015-diet…
Also available at USDA Dietary Guidelines comments platform (Submitted to the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee), comment ID 11702. https://health.gov/dietaryguidelines/…
USDA Dietary Guidelines: https://www.cnpp.usda.gov/dietary-gui…
Public comments on the 2015 Guidelines: https://health.gov/dietaryguidelines/…
USDA = United States Department of Agriculture
Video 3/4: Using up resources to create illness is not sustainable
T Colin Campbell explains what we collectively ignore, even if it has been already known in ancient Greece.
In effect, we use up the planet’s limited resources to create illness. Then we use up more resources to treat those illnesses, losing valuable resources (real people) in the process.
How sustainable is this?
Enjoy Professor T Colin Campbell explaining how nutrition choices, the environment, and sustainability are interconnected.
Video 4/4: Why we have drugs
Professor Campbell talks about the relative ineffectiveness of drugs vs food. He explains why nutrients in food seem to work better than nutrients in pills, and discusses the economic incentives giving rise to the neglect of food as medicine, and the promotion of a drug-centered culture of treatment.
© Kostis Tsarpalis, November 2016