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Book Review: ‘The China Study’ and allergies

Lisa A. Lundy, cookbook author and the voice behind The Super Allergy Girl’s Allergy and Celiac Blog, reviews The China Study from the standpoint of a gluten-free, casein-free and nut-free eater. Lundy says she began to transition her diet and that of her family immediately upon reading the book.

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Dr. Campbell named a top summer author

Dr. T. Colin Campbell, co-author of The China Study and author of the upcoming book Whole, was named a top summer author by Vegan Mainstream. They say: “(Dr. Campbell) has had a tremendous impact on the vegan movement, by documenting credible evidence for the clear health benefits of a whole foods, plant-based vegan diet.”

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Book Review: The China Study

Jason of WorkSaveLive.com reviews The China Study by Dr. T. Colin Campbell and Dr. Thomas M. Campbell II. Jason says: “The overwhelming amount of factual evidence provided in the study made me finally realize that neglecting my diet and not taking responsibility for my health was something we could no longer continue to do.” The review concludes with an 8-week diet and fitness challenge for those wishing to adopt a plant-based diet and change their current state of health.

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Plant-based diet effective in fighting chronic disease

Dr. David Liu cites Dr. T. Colin Campbell and The China Study in his article on FoodConsumer.org. He says, “Dr. T. Colin Campbell, a Cornell University nutrition professor, says in his book titled The China Study that a plant-based diet can be protective against a range of diseases, including breast cancer, diabetes, heart disease and many other Western diseases.

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Book Review: ‘The China Study’

Health and fitness website Fitskitz.com posted a comprehensive and passionate review of The China Study, co-authored by Dr. T. Colin Campbell and his son, Dr. Thomas M. Campbell II. The review reads, “How do we WAKE UP AMERICA? How do we get the message across that a Big Mac might be as dangerous as a cigarette?”

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