1516: World Health Organization Rejects Plant-Based Agenda Of EAT-Lancet


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Today we have a special JIMMY RANTS on The LLVLC Show for you. Jimmy and Christine are traveling so we are bringing you some of the best content from Jimmy’s daily show JIMMY RANTS. Want to keep up with the very latest in nutrition news? Follow Jimmy at JIMMYRANTS.com for all of the archives and links to his social media where you can engage live with the content. There's been a very deliberated and concerted effort in 2019 to push people into eating a mostly plant-based diet and it all began with the EAT-Lancet study and commission that was formed to push this vegan agenda worldwide. One of the early financial supporters of this effort was the World Health Organization (WHO) who was scheduled to sponsor the first meeting of the EAT-Lancet Commission on Food, Planet, Health in Geneva, Switzerland in March 2019. But Italy's ambassador Gian Lorenzo Cornado wrote a letter to WHO pleading with them to pull their support for what he described as "nutritionally deficient" and "dangerous to human health" referring to the vegetarian/vegan diet edicts. Read all about it in the April 9, 2019 issue of the British Medical Journal (BMJ) below. WHO pulls support from initiative promoting global move to plant based foods: https://www.bmj.com/content/365/bmj.l1700.full This is a refreshing breath of fresh air in the midst of heavy plant-based propaganda says health podcaster and international bestselling author of KETO CLARITY Jimmy Moore. Listen in as Jimmy share more about Cornado's concerns and the predictable dismissive reaction of the creators of EAT-Lancet in this episode. For more JIMMY RANTS, check out all of his past episodes at JimmyRants.com. “Could it be that there is no one-size-fits-all diet? Why haven't we learned our lesson yet from the decades of bad studies and advice?” — Jimmy Moore

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