Some big news about vitamins not working — and even causing harm — has been all over the airways recently, Whole Food Nutrition is the answer to this question by offering a new meaning of nutrition. Our present misunderstanding of vitamins has caused great confusion with the public. The consequences of this misunderstanding is serious.
Science having researched for so long the biochemistry of nutrition, we have became conscious of an incredible ability of each of the 10-100 trillion cells in our body to integrate, as in symphony, an unimaginably complex series of events that optimizes health and minimizes disease. Whole Food Nutrition, when provided by the right foods & dietary supplements, services this system with a nutrient program that both prevents future disease and treats a broad spectrum of illness, an effect that is far more effective and safe than the best of all pills and procedures could ever hope to do.
Therefore we are partnered with a company with a 40-year history; we have chosen to only sell products that create a real difference in the health and safety of those who purchase them – whether that was fire detectors that saved people’s lives in the ’70s, purifiers that cleaned people’s air and water in the ’80s or nutritional products and food-growing systems that enhance people’s health and well-being today, but we’ll get to that later.
I have read a very interesting interview with a Dr. Campbell, who is a professor emeritus at Cornell University and the co-author of the groundbreaking study: “The China Study”. In my opinion I would say this study looks at the effects of whole food nutrition on health in comparison to vitamins. His background touts the authoring of more than 300 research papers, and he has received more than 70 grants over the years of peer-reviewed research funding, much of it from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and Campbell’s work is regarded by many as the definitive epidemiological examination of the relationship between diet and illness.
Dr. Campbell and his colleagues have started an online course in “plant based nutrition” developed by their non-profit organization, The T Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies, which is operated by their partner, the arm of Cornell that does online courses. He has received several national and international “humanitarian of year,” “visionary of the year,” and “lifetime achievement in cancer research” awards in recent years and has been in demand at business conferences that are focused on the future of health care in this country. From what I can tell the majority of his talks in the recent years have been at medical schools and medical school-sponsored conferences, which shows that there is considerable interest now being shown in this community who are and will be our primary health caretakers, now surround this up and coming topic of Whole Food Nutrition.