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The late Nathan Pritikin, M.D. advocated a diet very high in carbohydrates and with his son Robert Pritikin, created The Pritikin Program for Diet and Exercise. A diet that included 30 minutes a day of exercise. A diet based on unprocessed foods like fruits, vegetables, and legumes (beans ) whole grains (brown rice), starchy vegetables (potatoes), lean meat, and seafood. The goal of this approach is to lower dietary fat…
 Dr. Dean Ornish developed a program that goes even further than Dr. Pritkin's program. He advocates that only 5-10% of calories should be derived from fat and 10% from protein. In his book, Eat More, Weigh Less Dr. Ornish offers, according to him, a spiritual and authoritarian approach to achieving a healthy heart.  Dieters on his plan increase their carbohydrate intake as a consequence of reducing fat intake, not of…
Many people follow vegetarian diets believing they are healthier. Vegetarian diets span a spectrum from Vegan, which is no meat, eggs, fowl or fish to one that favors vegetables and plants but allows some animal products. And then there are the partial vegetarians who believe, as I do, that moderation is the key. I recommend minimizing animal products, therefore allowing the pleasure, convenience and comfort of meat on occasio0n  …