Category Archives: Grassroots Revolution

Want to be in a movie that’s similar to “Forks Over Knives?”

Come to Louisville, Kentucky on Friday, July 12 That’s the date of the PlantPure Nation rally, video footage of which will appear in the about to be released, full-length documentary promoting the world-changing powers of plant-based nutrition. You are invited to attend … Continue reading

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A tiny few eating a perfect diet? — or truly changing the world?

Keeping the “big picture” in mind Last month, while meeting with Dr. Campbell in his home, he reiterated what he has often said and written: Our role is to help people understand exactly what comprises a near optimal, health-promoting diet … Continue reading

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From “Disease-Care” to Health-Care — An inevitable transition

Who is going to lead it and what happens to our “system” in the process? We all know that our “system” of health-care is primarily “managing” a host of diseases that need never occur in the first place. Diseases like … Continue reading

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Grassroots Revolution 101 — reaching the “mainstream”

Leveraging an artful blend of modeling and marketing A reader from Minnesota recently suggested that we get serious about launching that grassroots revolution that I have been talking about on my blog. So, I thought I would get that ball … Continue reading

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Reaching the mainstream; not just “preaching to the choir”

In September of 2009, former President Bill Clinton announced on CNN that he had adopted a plant-based lifestyle with “no meat or dairy” so that his heart could heal itself. During his interview with Wolf Blitzer, he mentioned the works … Continue reading

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