Controversial Studies Say It’s OK to Eat Red Meat

Publisher: WebMD
Featured Council Member: Walter Willet and Jennifer Lutz, Director True Health Initiative
“It leads back to this misconception that nutrition is hard and confusing, that we don’t know how to eat, that doctors can’t agree,” says Jennifer Lutz, executive director of True Health Initiative. “We do know the best diet for human health and also the planet: plant-based. We are not a vegan or vegetarianorganization. We have council members who are paleo. We believe in the spectrum, that there’s more than one way to be healthy. This idea we’re arguing is nonsense. There’s disagreement, but there is consensus.”
Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on google
Google+
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Close Menu

True Health Initiative Needs Your Help

thank you to everyone who donated for #GivingTuesday

we will be raising funds throughout December

Give today, and be part of the movement to fight false information, topple industry interests, and create a culture free of preventable disease

Help us give health and a healthy planet to the next generation.