Why Is The US The World's Most Obese Population?

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Dr. Mervyn G. Hardinge, MD, the founding dean in 1967 of the School of Public Health at Loma Linda University, died in 2010 at the age of 90. He held 3 doctoral degrees and had broad-based experience in the fields of pharmacology, nutrition, and health. Hardinge for his doctoral thesis at Harvard studied vegans, vegetarians and nonvegetarians in isocaloric studies. Each group was given the same number of calories for 3 months, after which it was found the vegans weighed 23 lbs less than nonvegetarians and 12 lbs less than dairy vegetarians. The groundbreaking study, Nonflesh Dietaries, was reported in the Journal of the American Dietetic Assoc which was at that time dominated by the dairy industry. Hardinge said no fruitarians were in the study but that their weight
was less than that of vegans. Cows' milk is designed to turn a calf into a 1000 lb. animal in a year's time and is one cause of America's role as the most overweight culture in the world. The federal government threatened the Washington Adventist Hospital in Takoma Park, Maryland that it would lose federal funds unless it offered animal flesh to patients. In the 1800's, Ellen White,
vegetarian founder of the 7th Day Adventists, reported that in the 20th century
dairy products and eggs would be so full of poisons they too should be avoided.
The 7th Day Adventists as well as Food For Life and Food Not Bombs do international vegan food relief.
ffl.org foodnotbombs.net
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/journal-of-the-american-dietetic-association/issues (may have ceased publishing in 2011)

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