Last night I watched most of the Netflix documentary called “What the Health.” It’s kind of a lot like the documentaries about Veganism I’ve seen before, namely, Forks over Knives and Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead. There wasn’t a whole ton of new information in there, but they did go out of their way to tie up the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, the Susan G. Komen foundation, and the entire medical and pharmaceutical establishment together in an unholy alliance designed to keep us all sick and addicted and enslaved while, of course, destroying the environment. One thing I found especially troublesome was that they had a lady on there who said she’d been diagnosed with thyroid cancer, then became a vegan, and a year later, with no medical intervention, was cured and cancer free. That right there tells me what I need to know about this movie, because my sister in law recently passed away after a grueling 3 year battle with cancer. And she’d been a vegan for 30 years and lived as exemplary a healthy lifestyle as anyone possibly could, and still got cancer and succumbed to it. Veganism didn’t prevent her cancer or put it into remission. So I know that they’re glossing over a lot of important details in the movie. But truth be told, I myself am stage 1 hypertensive and they tell me I should be on high blood pressure medicine. But in the movie, they had all these people saying “Hey I switched to Veganism and 2 weeks later I was able to throw away all my diabetes and blood pressure medicine” – so I’m going to put that to the test. I’m going to become vegan for (at least) the next two weeks and see if my blood pressure and weight drop. This will be a very interesting experiment and I will be sure to keep you posted here on SebFreyTV!
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