Quoted TextAnd I just learned from the brilliant Dr. Andrew Weil......
Quoted from Melissa_JI agree that factory farming isn't good, partly because of the fields of corn required to feed it and the fertilizers and junk they put on the corn... Corn certainly is not environmentally friendly.
I've been meaning to read The Omnivore's Dilemma for a while, it might be a bit less biased.
Quoted from KimonoKatIf he's so brilliant, why is he still over weight?
Quoted from KimonoKatI disagree that Weil has a full understanding about the dynamics of what it takes for individuals to lose weight. I've read Dr. Grey Kelly's critique of Dr. Weil, and that analysis said it all for me.
I don't know if it's still available on the net, and I'm totally flummoxed that I can't find the paper copy that I printed out to quote from.
Quoted TextThere are sooooo many forces/factors that go into weight gain, weight maintenance and weight loss, and brilliance and proper knowledge of nutrition are only two of them. Dat's all I'm sayin'.
Quoted from KimonoKat
Which goes exactly to my point as to what Dr. Weil has said in response to losing weight. And I'm paraphrasing here because I can't remember it exactly,
To lose weight you have to eat less and exercise more. It's that simple.
Quoted from jayney-OI don't think he is bad looking (but I'm 59)...and I fully endorse his healthy respect and love for the body that heredity prepared for him. (with all due respect for KK, et al)