The latest superstar to go all plant-based—See 2-minute video below.
With a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame since 2007, Michelle Pfeiffer is not only a star, but she is a beautiful, thoughtful and pragmatic person. After watching The Last Heart Attack on CNN last year, she was inspired by the Bill Clinton story to buy Dr. Esselstyn’s book. After reading the irrefutable scientific and clinical evidence behind the plant-based diet, she decided to give up all animal products.
She also admits in this 2-minute video with Dr. Sanjay Gupta (from CNN on 6-4-12) that she loves carbs and never really liked to eat meat in the first place. But like 95% of Americans, she thought that it was good for her.
Now that she knows that her former meat and dairy diet-style was hazardous to her health, she had no problem switching immediately to plant-based. She also admits that vanity had something to do with it—as an actress, it’s part of your job to always look your best and it looks like her new meatless diet-style is doing the job.
Cholesterol down 83 points. The above video is missing about five minutes at the end. Asked about the difficulty in making such a big change in her life, she had this to say. “I decided not make a lifetime commitment until I tested it for awhile, so I gave myself 8 weeks to do that. After two months, my total cholesterol went down a whopping 83 points.” A quote by Michelle from CNN website:
The entire documentary [resonated with me]…You know, I’m watching it, and Clinton comes on and he’s a foodie–we all know he’s a foodie–and smart. And I’m thinking “Ok, Bill Clinton loves food. So there must be something to it that’s making him stick with it. Also, he’s smart, so he’s not going to do something unless there’s some science behind it.”
She went on to say that she was definitely going to stick with the diet and that her family was being real good about it. In case you’re not that familiar with this lovely superstar, here is what Wikipedia had to say about her:
Michelle Marie Pfeiffer (born April 29, 1958) is an American actress. She made her film debut in 1980 in The Hollywood Knights, but first garnered mainstream attention with her performance in Scarface (1983). Pfeiffer has won numerous awards for her work. She received six consecutive Golden Globe Award nominations, winning the Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama award in 1990 for The Fabulous Baker Boys. She also won the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Dangerous Liaisons, and the Silver Bear for Best Actress for Love Field, and has been nominated for three Academy Awards for the same films.
For your convenience, I have provided the following two links to the movie and the book that have made a huge difference in Michelle’s life:
- Click here for The Last Heart Attack which aired on CNN in August of 2011
- Dr. Esselstyn’s book: Click here to purchase Prevent/Reverse on Amazon.
Handy 3-piece take-charge-of-your-health kit—from Amazon.com
- The movie that’s changing the lives of millions: Forks Over Knives DVD
- Our book: Healthy Eating, Healthy World by yours truly & son
- An essential nutrition resource: The China Study by Dr. T. Colin Campbell
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