Clinical Focus: Rebuttal to Dean Ornish, Part 1


Dean Ornish’s March 23 New York Times Op-ed, “The Myth Of High-Protein Diets:” Is it true that meat, cholesterol and saturated fat are bad for you? Does too much protein cause heart disease, diabetes, and cancer? Should we be eating fruits, vegetables and whole grains to the exclusion of animal proteins? What’s so harmful about egg yolks? What about the environmental angle—are vegans more virtuous? What does Dean Ornish get RIGHT about nutrition? Why did Times readers inundate the opinion page with comments after the Ornish op-ed? Click HERE for part 2.

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