hi TG, I believe you were responding to buster’s comment, but I thought I would just add a bit to my own. I didn’t get into the details of diets because it is my impression that buster is not familiar with the findings of the AHS 1 and advance findings of AHS 2. https:///adventist-health-studies/findings/findings-ahs-2 His comments seem to alude to the idea of the Adventist diet being consistent throughout the community and consistently ‘good’ when it is not. The very fact that the studies divided the people into groups according to dietary status is for me, what makes it intesting. The closer you get to vegan status, the greater the health rewards – a fact which was revealed in my own experience as well. ( I would have been interested though to see a group , vegan + fish, ie no dairy ) I included the links for Dr Hans Diehl because as founder of the CHIP (coronary health improvement program), and clinical professor at the School of Medicine, Loma Linda University, there is no one more familiar with the outcomes health studies.. and he himself advocates a diet of plants.
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