Nuts and seeds and avocados are rich in nutrients, but they are also rich in fat. While we have included them in the Hallelujah Diet since the beginning, many people have been wary or unsure of eating them because of their high fat content.
Can we examine the scientific evidence and find a clear answer? Yes! Watch this webinar to gain clarity on this important topic.
In this webinar we will examine the scientific evidence to answer four questions:
- Are nuts and seeds more nutrient dense than cooked food of the same calorie amount?
- Can you follow a diet that is composed of 75-85% raw foods without consuming nuts and seeds and keeping fruits to only 15% of your diet?
- Are health outcomes better when nuts and seeds are included in vegetarian or vegan diets? Are we missing out on some extra benefits when we don’t include nuts and seeds and avocados?
- Are nuts and seeds safe to eat when you are dealing with cancer? What is the evidence?
Don’t miss out on this groundbreaking information that can change your life. Even if you’re following the healthy lifestyle of the Hallelujah Diet, Dr. Michael Donaldson, PhD will help to reclaim your health.
Presenter: Dr. Michael Donaldson, PhD - An invaluable asset to the science behind the Hallelujah Diet, Dr. Donaldson is a chemical engineering graduate of Cornell University and became the Research Director of the Hallelujah Diet in 1997.
His work consists of designing and coordinating epidemiologic and clinical intervention studies based on specific symptoms or diseases, and focuses on the results of The Hallelujah Diet. He is also the author of numerous research studies.
Dr. Donaldson’s research is ongoing and he plays a vital role in new product development and innovations.