The standard Australian diet – high in animal-based and processed foods – is placing an immense burden on our society and healthcare system, resulting in avoidable human suffering, early death and an overwhelmed healthcare system.
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Your gift today can open a doctor’s eye to the power of nutrition and make a real difference to the millions of lives affected by chronic disease.
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Supporting others to make sense of this ever-changing, and often conflicting, food environment, and to realise that following a whole food plant-based diet doesn't need to be complicated, expensive, or restrictive, is what gives me purpose. Doctors For Nutrition is a group of like-minded professionals, all striving for that very same purpose.
I support DFN because they empower people to use nutrition to avoid and prevent disease. DFN also educate health care providers on the lifesaving benefits of a whole food plant-based lifestyle.
After a life-changing motor vehicle accident and a long rehabilitation period, I wanted to care for my brain health as much as I could. After a chance encounter with a plant-based trainer I discovered whole food plant-based. My body responded instantly and I have never looked back.
I believe that one should lead by example. Since changing to a whole food plant based diet and increasing my exercise level, my blood cholesterol level has fallen by over 40% and I feel more vibrant and energetic.
More than 10 years ago I suffered from a cardiovascular health scare. After discovering the power of whole food plant-based nutrition I am proud to say I have turned my health around. I live a healthy, active life...recently supporting DFN on their charity walk in the Northern Territory!
I have been practicing medicine for 40 years. I only came across all the evidence for the benefits of whole food plant-based nutrition this year thanks to DFN. I have completely changed my diet and dropped my cholesterol back into the normal range. I feel amazing. I now promote WFPB nutrition to all my patients, it is now my number one lifestyle prescription.
I have always tried to discuss nutrition with patients in the past, but despite knowing the benefits and eating plant-based myself I haven’t felt very confident. Now that I have some useful tools and techniques on how to broach the subject with patients I feel that I will be able to make a real change in the health of my patients.
At all stages of the human lifespan, every incremental shift towards a diversified whole food plant-based diet is associated with incremental gains in longevity and vitality, and reductions in the burden of chronic disease and premature death.