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Bestselling Author Kathy Freston Discusses Plant-Based Cancer Prevention On Oprah.com

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frestonThe research has been done and the doctors have weighed in. Eating plant-based foods is not only good for Mother Earth, it’s good for your mother too!

Bestselling author Kathy Freston took to Oprah.com to share her latest research on a plant-based diet and how it relates to disease prevention. In the piece, Freston writes:

“Here’s the bottom line: Animal protein seems to greatly contribute to diseases of nearly every type, including cancer, and a plant-based (vegan) diet is not only good insofar as prevention, but it could also be curative.”

Throughout the piece, Kathy quotes many highly esteemed doctors and sites numerous studies that prove eating lower on the food chain can help prevent (and sometimes even cure) some of today’s most deadly diseases.

Trust me — you definitely want to read this article! Scoot on over to Oprah.com and get your learn on!

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