The Whole Foods Plant Based Diet… and Life Style

Dr. Haider’s – Whole-Foods Plant-Based Diet and Lifestyle 

“Anti-inflammatory Diet”

Please read this diet over a couple of times it contains lots of information. 

And this diet must be followed EXACTLY for great results. 

Follow my diet “Exactly” for the rest of your life and I know for sure that your health challenge will disappear  – Dr. Haider – Master Herbalist

See Disclaimer at the Bottom – Always Check with Your Doctor.

I have had many people heal completely on my diet from diseases such as Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, MS,  Kidney Disease, Liver Disease, Gout, High Blood Pressure, Metabolic Syndrome, Crohn’s Disease, Diverticulitis, Cystic Acne, Coronary Artery Disease and Much More– It’s Up to You – You Can Do This!

***See Supportive Scientific Articles at the End of this Diet 

My diet and lifestyle is amazingly healing – I lost 40 lbs, my arthritis of 40 years disappeared, my kidney disease disappeared, my high blood pressure disappeared, my back pain of 40 years disappeared (I have 2 fused vertebrae and 3 totally collapsed disks in my back and I used to crawl from the bedroom to the car screaming in pain to go to the emergency room for a pain shot), and I no longer take any medications, I sleep like a baby now, I no longer have aches and pains of any kind, my prostate problems disappeared…this all happened in 3 weeks with no change in exercise, I have always exercised but it was not working for me… I was heavy. And as Dr. Gerson, Dean Ornish, Dr. Campbell, Dr. Davis, Dr. John Walker, and others have said in many ways… there is nothing the body can’t heal with the right food… and I believe that with all my heart and soul– I am living proof.
And we have an alkaline-based system made to eat plants, beans, and some grains. We are not like dogs, cats, lions, bears which all have acid-based systems which work well for eating meat. Also as we get older our buffering system for balancing out too much acid in our body starts to decline and thus we have disease start if we eat animal-based protein and processed foods. Whole Foods Plant-Based Diets are the Way to go for great health–Dr. Paul Haider
See my photo…

3 Week Change on My Diet
Here I am at 66 on my Birthday and I feel like 20 – Really

OK – Here we go –  My Whole-Food Plant-Based Diet and Lifestyle

This diet must be followed exactly to reap great benefits.

Please read this diet 2 or 3 times it contains lots of information

Water – First of all you need to drink a lot of water – at least 8 to 10 glasses of water a day – I recommend at least 1/2 liter in the morning and 1/2 liter in the afternoon and more. – Drink Reverse Osmosis Water… You can buy these machines at any home repair center for very little money, it’s the best water, even kidney doctors recommend this water for their patients. This is what we drink at home, most water has lots of toxins in it, so please get this device and filter your water. You can also buy a Berkey Water Filter which is a gravity feed device that works well and you can find them on Amazon and eBay.

Remove Plastics From Your Life 
Plastics Contain Up to 24,000 Toxic Chemicals – Please Remove them from your life as much as possible – Drink Water from Ceramic, Stainless Steel, and Glass Containers. — See Link to Article About Plastics Being Toxic

Green Juice










This is Vital – Green Juice – Drink at least 2 – 8 oz glasses of green alkalizing juice each day – Kale, Cabbage, Cucumbers, Swiss Chard, Lots of Carrots, Turnip Greens, Beet Greens, and any other kind of green leafy veggie you can find. Alkalizing keeps inflammation away! Also, include carrots, carrots are amazingly healthy and contain powerful healing nutrients. Also, green apple is great to add sweetness. If you have kidney disease or liver disease then increase the green juices from 2 glasses up to 4 to 6 glasses daily they are very healing. (Do not use celery – contains too much sodium.) 


If you have some disease process going on… then I recommend drinking 1 glass of this great juice every hour during the day. Do this for 2 to 3 weeks… and then tapper back to the recommendations above.


Eat Raw Food for Long Life – Raw food is full of vital energy and live enzymes. All cooked food loses 100% of all live enzymes and up to 75% of all nutrients. And live raw food also contains packets of photometric light that the plant stores within and this energy brought into the cells of our body–this is science now saying this. There are thousands of people who have healed themselves of cancer, kidney disease, and more with live raw foods. It’s important to eat at least 80 to 90% raw organic food.



This is Vital – Probiotics – Eat 1/4 cup of sauerkraut for 30 days… sauerkraut contains over 200 different types of good bacteria for your gut. And then 1 cup a week after that to build up your probiotics – Your gut probiotics are your immune system and directly related to every health process in your body including mood and the production of brain hormones and more. You can also take probiotic capsules that contain at least 16 different good bacteria. 




This is Vital – Turmeric – Take 3 – 400 mg capsules 3 times a week – There are so many health benefits to take turmeric… it helps with inflammation, immune system, prevents cancer and so much more. 








This is Vital – ChlorellaYou Must Take Chlorella – Take 3,000 mg of Chlorella daily, you can buy chlorella in 1,000 mg tablets – it’s a green alga that contains over 60 different nutrients and all the essential and none essential proteins…  it will do your body good –  Any brand will do… buy the tablets they come in 1,000 mg tablets… take tablets 3 daily. See link to Amazon for this supplement – 3000 mg of Chlorella also contains 300 micrograms of Vitamin B-12 so you are getting more than your daily needs of B-12 with chlorella.






Optional but important for optimal health – Activated Charcoal – Take 2 – 250 mg capsules of activated charcoal weekly. Activated charcoal is another good detoxing agent. See link to this supplement on –




Optional but important for optimal health – Marshmallow Root – Take 2 – 500 mg capsules of marshmallow root weekly. Marshmallow root is a great soothing agent for all the mucous membranes. See link to this herb on –








Optional but important for optimal health – Take D3 – Take 1 – 2000 IU soft gel capsules of D3 three times a week – Most people do not get out in the sun enough and D3 is needed for great health, good mood, and for the regulation of hormones. See link to Amazon for this supplement –



Optional but important for optimal health – Quercetin – A Powerful Antioxidant – Take 500 mg once a week. If a person has cancer then take 1000 mg twice a day. If a person has kidney disease take this supplement only once a week… 500 mg. See Link to Amazon for this supplement –




This is Vital -You Must Take B-12 “if You are Not Taking Chlorella — if you are taking Chlorella You Get all the B12 You Need … And Taking Too Much B12 is Not Good” –The Daily requirement for B12 is 2.4 micrograms and that tiny amount is higher than people need because it accounts for people who don’t absorb B12 well. On a vegan diet… like my diet, you can get that much B12 from a tablespoon of nutritional yeast or a serving of fortified tofu… so for sure taking one B- Complex caplet will give you all the B-12 you need. – Take one B-Complex Vitamin Daily – See link to Amazon for this supplement –



This is Vital – Vitamins–Take a Vitamin if  You are Not Taking Chlorella… But Chlorella Gives You Everything You Need– It was found in ongoing research that our foods are losing their vitamins. In fact, in a recent article in Scientific American, it was shown that our foods do not contain as many vitamins as they did in the past. In fact, they are 33% lower in vitamins.- Wow! Take any good quality liquid or pill form daily vitamin formula that you like. Any Health Food Store will have this and also Drugstores and also Amazon and 
Also, see the article in Scientific American about our fruits and veggies declining in vitamins because our soils are depleted – See Link




Circadian Rhythms – Get up at 6 AM – Go to bed at 10 PM. You need to reset your circadian rhythms. You have two little cells that flash on and off every second in every organ of your body and especially your heart. And they know when you should be sleeping and when you should be up and awake. – If you go against this way of living it shortens your lifespan… listen to your body.


Meditation is a Must Stress creates inflammation in the body, and inflammation creates disease. So first thing in the morning after going to the bathroom sit down and concentrate on your breathing – breathing in and out, if you find a thought coming into your head, say to yourself “I will get to that later and go back to your breathing”. Do this for 30 minutes, this gives the mind/body a rest. Even during sleep, your mind is not resting it’s dreaming and working things out. Meditation turns off the mind for a little while, and meditation takes practice and surrender to the process. Even Dr. Dean Ornish recommends Meditation, and Meditation has nothing to do with religion, it’s about healing. We now know that people who meditate have good genes expressed and bad genes are shut off and not expressed- Wow – Amazing Stuff! Meditate for 30 minutes first thing in the morning and in the evening for 30 Minutes. – It will do your body good.

“Learn 2 Simple Ways to Meditate – Heal Anxiety, Stress, and Inflammation”
“There are Over 700 Positive Healing Effects of Learning Meditation”
If you want to sleep well, have more energy, find inner peace, get rid of stress and anxiety, lower your blood pressure, get rid of agitation, help to prevent and heal autoimmune disease, make your brain bigger, be more creative, have better relationships, prevent leaky gut disease, lower inflammation, have a positive effect on your genetic makeup, and enjoy 700 other positive attributes of this process… then it’s very important to learn meditation. I’ve found that many people want to learn meditation, but perhaps they are too far away to learn in person. And some groups charge lots of money to learn meditation. So today I want to teach you meditation for free. Meditation is simple, it’s kind of like learning to ride a bike, at first it seems difficult… but quickly it seems effortless. Watch my video and learn meditation, you can do this… like I said… it’s simple. Even the great Christian monk Thomas Keating believes that meditation is super important…and meditation is taught in all the spiritual teachings around the world.
Dr. Paul Haider – Master Herbalist
Many Blessings to Everyone!
Watch My Video and Find Out More – See Link





This Diet is all about “No Added Sugar, Salt, and Fats– and No Animal Protein Which Causes Inflammation which results in Disease”
Also with this diet, a person should eat “Low Glycemic Index Foods” – See Link to list of foods –


Now we have thousands upon thousands of scientific studies showing that Plant-Based Diets can prevent Heart Attacks and Reverse Heart Disease, Prevent Cardiovascular Disease in General, Prevent Strokes, Prevent Cancer and some studies show it can Reverse Cancer. And Plant-Based Diets can Prevent and Heal Erectile Dysfunction, Lower Blood Pressure to Normal, Lower Cholesterol, Lower Triglycerides, Prevent and Heal Prostate Disease, Help Heal Kidney Disease, End Inflammation, Prevent and Heal Arthritis, and the list goes on and on.


What Can You Eat – All Organic Veggies, All Organic Fruits, All Organic Roots, All Organic Greens, All Organic Beans, and a Few Organic Grains. (Grains in Moderation) No wheat, No Spelt, No Rye, No Barley–they are all highly inflammatory… other grains are great. 


All Organic VeggiesUnlimited 


All Organic Fruits – 4 to 6 Fruits Daily – Northern Fruits that grow in colder climates such as apples, oranges, peaches, etc… Especially if you have diabetes … if you don’t have diabetes you can have any fruit from around the world. 


All Organic None Starchy Roots – – Unlimited– Such as Carrots, Parsnips, Beets, and more… all the Roots Which are Not Starch. 

Great Carrots










Some Organic Starchy Roots or Grains – Such as Potatoes, Malanga, Cassava, Also cooked green bananas and plantains… and other roots… 1 1/2 Cups Daily or 1 1/2 Cups of the Recommended Grains – Either One, But Not Both. One exception is Taro or Yautia root which has a very low glycemic index of 20… you can have lots of taro. If you have diabetes keep this to 1 cup daily — but you can have lots of taro root which has a very low glycemic index. 


All Organic BeansUnlimited – You Must Eat at least 8 oz of beans daily or more – Beans fill you up and make you feel satisfied – studies show this. And they also provide the fiber you need to keep away cancer and to build probiotics bacteria in your gut and thus boost up your immune system. Beans are a Must–OK 

Anti-inflammatory Black Beans








Where Do you get your fat from? Eat olives, eat nuts – 10 or 12 nuts a day– eat avocados, eat coconut, eat corn… thus eat whole fats this way… that is the best way to get good fats… not too much and not too little… balance is the key to everything.


Recommended Organic Grains – 1 1/2 Cup Daily or 1 1/2 Cup or Starchy Roots like Potatoes… Not Both… one or the other.  


Typical Breakfast

Breakfast – Have breakfast in the morning before 8 AM with 1 and 1/2 cups of fruit – and 1/2 cup of almond milk or nut milk of any kind… and 1/2 cup of raw flattened oatmeal – rolled oats. Good old– old fashioned oats, but don’t cook it – use it raw and use honey or agave nectar or some other good sweetener – no chemicals.







Grains You Can Eat – Organic Buckwheat, Quinoa, Brown Rice, Red Rice, Black Rice, Sorghum, Millet, Amaranth, Corn, Teff and Oatmeal… and some seeds such as Flax Seeds and Chia Seeds, Pumpkin Seeds, Watermelon Seeds, and seeds in general.

Use any kind of fruit you want – papaya, apples, mangos, berries, strawberries, whatever makes your heart sing – all raw, the more different colors you eat the better.
A person can also use organic cooked buckwheat, cooked millet, cooked quinoa, cooked sorghum, and other none gluten grains — most of these have to be cooked but we are not consuming much of this for breakfast so it’s OK.


Lunch at Noon – Have an organic green salad for lunch, with lots of veggies, all raw. Cooked food is seen by the body as an invader so you want to eat at least 75% raw food – It’s healing.


Have lots of different colored foods in your salad such as: red, yellow, green, purple, all the colors of the rainbow in your beautiful salad, it’s healing. Colored veggies are full of antioxidants that are healing.




Drink Decaf Green Tea – Drink 3 small cups of green tea a day  – it’s full of polyphenols that are super healing. If you are a kidney disease person please do not drink any coffee, tea, or eat chocolate they are terrible on the kidneys.


Snacks – In-between eat carrot sticks, any other veggie, and fruit of any kind as snacks – eat 4 snacks a day at 10AM, 2PM, 4PM, and 5:45PM. That’s 1/2 cup of any of fruit or veggie.


Mung Bean Soup

Dinner – Have dinner at 5 or 5:30 PM –  Dinner is a soup that you can make at home and it’s very healing. Make a soup of broccoli, cabbage, kale, swiss chard, turnip greens, been greens, and any other green that you like and add spices, no salt or very little salt, and use low sodium veggie stock.






Also add 4 cups of beans of your choice, such as pink beans, garbanzos, lentils, all of the beans are great. Don’t use canned foods, cook the beans yourself, canned foods are toxic with lots of chemicals in linings of the cans. You can eat as much of this soup as you like in the evening, within reason, up to 3 or 4 cups.

Also, 1 cup of organic brown rice or I cup of organic whole grain gluten-free pasta can also be added to the diet – but only one cup per day. Organic Buckwheat, Quinoa, Brown Rice, Red Rice, Black Rice, Sorghum, Millet, Amaranth, Corn, Teff, and Oatmeal.


This photo depicts the balance needed – 1/4 Beans, 1/4 Grains and 1/2 Greens of Some Sort… this is a life-giving way of eating. 
Daily Fasting – Do a Fast of nothing but water from 6 PM to 8 or 9 AM every single day… this allows your GI tract and your immune system to reset and heal and thus keep you healthy. But you can take your vitamins and medications as normal. And it’s important to eat dinner early in order to allow your body to heal itself.

**A person can also have other meals with great Whole Foods Plant-Based Recipes – just google “Whole Foods Plant-Based Recipes” and lots of yummy dishes will come up – remember no added fats, no added oils, very little salt, no animal products of any kind and this means no beef, no lamb, no goat, no fish, no seafood, no chicken, no turkey, no milk, no cheese, no yogurt, and no eggs… if it walks, swims, or flies it’s not allowed… and easy on the avocados and olives. Also, no wheat, no spelt, no barley, and no rye they are all highly inflammatory.


Beans are Life-Giving Food – I did a study of all the societies around the world that live to be over 100 years old. And the only thing they have in common other than being plant-based agrarian societies is that they all eat lots of beans – so if you want to live a long life – EAT LOTS OF BEANS.


Once a Week Treat – If you want something sweet once in a while have some Sorbet. Take frozen bananas and any other kind of fruit and blend them in a powerful blender… and you have a great sorbet. You can add the sweetener of choice if you like, see above.


Super Important – Remove – Remove the following from your life.


No Animal Products – No beef, no lamb, no chicken, no turkey, no fish, no seafood, no eggs, no cheese, no milk, no vegan or artificially made cheese, no yogurt.

No Added Oils – No added oils, no canned foods, no carrageenan–check your nut milk and other foods for this additive it’s toxic, no artificial flavors, no artificial sweeteners, no sugar, no artificial anything, no chemicals of any kind, no fruit juice eat the whole fruit, and if you don’t know what it is… don’t eat it. Add oils surround each cell and prevent insulin from getting in which creates diabetes… not good.


Other Things to Remove – No alcohol, no highly spiced food,  no fast food, no processed food of any kind… and if in doubt don’t eat it, chemicals are not good for the body.


Use Very Little Salt – We do need some salt but very little… cook all food without salt and add salt later if needed. You will get used to eating food without salt and you will come to love the flavor of food without salt.


No WheatNo wheat, no bread, no barley, no spelt, no pulses, no rye – all of these are highly inflammatory. Grains are really not natural, early man did not go around picking little tiny bits of grain he picked fruits, nuts, dug up roots, ate leafy greens, enjoyed all the veggies he could find… this is what we ate for thousands of years. But now we have wheat and other grains that are full of toxic chemicals like glycophytes, and up to 40 different chemicals. Watch the movie “What’s With Wheat” on Netflix and you will understand even more. Grains are not natural and are killing every single cell in our body and creating autoimmune disease– Not Good. Those who eat wheat can have an autoimmune attack that can last up to 6 months–WOW!


Grains You Can Eat – Organic Buckwheat, Quinoa, Brown Rice, Red Rice, Black Rice, Sorghum, Millet, Amaranth, Corn, Teff and Oatmeal… and some seeds such as Flax Seeds and Chia Seeds, Pumpkin Seeds, Watermelon Seeds, and seeds in general.


Nuts – You can have 10 nuts daily – No More – they are full of fat.


No Nut Butters – They are Full of Fat.


Very Little Dried Fruit – Dried fruit contains a lot more sugar and you can eat a lot more dried fruit than you can fresh fruit… so keep dried fruit to a minimum. Plus fresh fruit contains live enzymes… thus fresh fruit is always the better choice.


No GMO Foods – All of these GMO foods are highly inflammatory, they cause cancer and more. Lots of studies show that GMO food is toxic.


8 Myths About Being a Vegan Busted – See Link 


How to Buy Organic Food For Less Than Regular Food


Super Important – Eat Organic – Eat organic – organic foods are not full of toxic compounds that are terrible for the body. One regular potato contains 6 cancer-causing chemicals, 12 hormone-disrupting chemicals, and 12 more disease-causing chemicals and some foods have up to 40  or more disease-causing chemicals in them – Not Good – Must Eat Organic!

See Article – Buying Organic Food on a Budget – See Link


Contract With Organic Farmer – If you google “Buy Direct from Organic Farmer” lots of organic farmers near you will come up that will deliver organic food to your door for less than the cost of regular food in the markets. There is no excuse for not eating organic!


DETOXING IS SUPER IMPORTANT – COFFEE ENEMAS – The best way to detox all those terrible pesticides and herbicides and other chemicals out of your whole body is with Coffee Enemas. Even the prestigious Gerson Clinics use Coffee Enemas to cleanse the body of toxins – See Link to Article –


Protein – If you want to eat protein then eat Organic Tofu, Beans, Nuts, Seeds, all organic. You only need 5 or 6 % protein and that is exactly what you get on my diet.


Watch – Watch the movies “The Game Changers” “Forks Over Knives” and “Food Matters” – you will find them on the internet and Netflix.  Also watch the movie “Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead” – very good. Also, watch the movies “Beautiful Truth” and “The Gerson Miracle” all of these movies have a lot to say about natural health and healing. And watch the movie “What’s With Wheat”.










Exercise Every Day – walk – work up to 5 miles a day – if it’s hot outside walk in a mall where it’s cool. Or swim – work up to 5 miles swimming, or you could ride a bike or any other exercise that gets your heart pumping fast. You do have the time, you just have to make time and schedule exercise into your life every day.
Walking is one of the best exercises you can do!!!

Exercises I Recommend – See Links to Videos of Dr. Paul Haider Exercising 


You have to pump some iron if you want to have muscle…Take a look at these two guys who are vegans- Wow!!!
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See Article  – High-Protein Diet Does Not Increase Muscle Mass or Improve Well-Being in Older Men

High protein intake does not increase muscle mass or improve other health outcomes, according to a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine. Researchers randomized 78 participants aged 65 or older into several intervention groups of high-protein diets, testosterone injections, or recommended daily protein intakes and placebo injections and compared lean body mass, physical prowess, and overall well-being. Those who consumed more protein did not increase muscle mass or improve physical functionality, well-being, or responsiveness to testosterone, compared with those who consumed lower amounts of protein. These data suggest policymakers reevaluate protein intake recommendations based on outdated research.
Bhasin S, Apovian CM, Travison TG, et al. Effect of protein intake on lean body mass in functionally limited older men: a randomized clinical trial. JAMA Intern Med. 2018;178:530-541.

Have Fun – Get out and have fun, have a life with friends… that’s important for good mood and mental clarity.
Garden – Start planting a garden, you need organic veggies, and working in a garden is very healing and healthy both for the mind and the body, people who garden live longer lives.
Community Garden – Start a community garden so everyone in the area can heal… that would be a great project.
Work Together With Your Community – Having people we can talk to and rely on is important. And the only way to do that is to get out and create loving friendships that last a lifetime. Being part of a loving community is very healing.
Create a Loving Family – I find it interesting, that hundreds of years ago the family was everything… and in some cultures it still is. Creating a loving family is important because we feel nurtured and cared for… and that sends messages to our mind/body and thus we heal.
Get a Massage at Least Once a Month… and Even Better Once a Week 
See Health Benefits of Massage – See Link – 
Thinking Positive Thoughts – Think positive thoughts, the mind/body is one, and science has proven this now – it’s a fact.. what you think changes your body.
Laugh All the Time – Laughter is very healing and science has proven this too.
Forgive, Forgive, Forgive It’s Very Healing – Forgive, forget, and let go… that’s important! If you hold resentments and anger inside it can hurt your body with high blood pressure, cancer, and more… science has proven this too.
Have a Spiritual Practice – Those that have a spiritual way of being in the world are happier, more content, feel more at ease and peaceful. This means having a direct relationship with our Higher Power no matter what we call that power. Be it Jesus, or Buddha, or Nature, or anything else… that spiritual aspect of being alive is vitally important for great health and well being. And this has been studied in thousands of scientific studies.
Also watch the movies “PlantPure Nation”, “Forks Over Knives”, “Beautiful Truth”, and “The Gerson Miracle”, “What’s With Wheat” — they are all very powerful and uplifting movies about plant-based diets.
This is a Life Time Diet – This is a diet for your whole life, this is not a diet that a person goes on for a few weeks. As soon as a person goes off of this diet all the diseases will come back… this has been proven in many scientific studies.


“Let food be thy medicine, and thy medicine be thy food”
― Hippocrates
“All Disease Begins in the Gut”
– Hippocrates
“He that takes medicine and neglects diet, wastes the skill of the physician.”
– Chinese Proverb
“The doctor of the future will give no medication but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease. “
– Thomas Edison
“If the diet is wrong medicine is of no use if the diet is correct medicine is of no need.”
– Ancient Ayurvedic Medicine Quote from India
“I will use those dietary regimens which will benefit my patients according to my greatest ability and judgment.”
– Part of the Greek Hippocratic Oath
“Eat Well – Be Well”
– Dr. Paul Haider – Master Herbalist
Here I am today – Still feeling fantastic!!!
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My cell phone is (831) 869-9119 and I go to bed early so call early – I still have my CA number after being in Puerto Rico 17 years.
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Testimonial – B. Long – Youtube Public Comment —under Healing Diabetes Naturally Video – 2019 
Hey Dr. Paul!! I reversed my Pre-Diabetic Neuropathy in under a month with your diet and Alpha Lipoic Acid… Thanks So Much!!!

Testimonials for My Diet 
Devonna Harris 2019 — Devon was going to go to the hospital because she was feeling so bad… but she decided to have a consult with me first – See Testimonial of her great progress – Dr. Haider 
Just wanted to check-in.  I’m doing 1000% better.  Eating healthy, exercising daily and meditating. I’m down about 15 pounds.  My digestion is improving but I still have a ways to go.  I’ve had a few slip-ups (sweets) that’s no good for the candida I know.  How can I stop the cravings for sweets? I’m doing fine without the meat.  I feel really light and less stressed. Thanks, again this really changed my life. Thank You, Dr. Haider!!!
Devonna Harris –
Thank you, Dr. Haider, I’m already on board with the whole food plant-based lifestyle for almost 6 years now. 100% vegan. It’s clearly the only way of life for me. It’s simultaneously reversed and cured all of my health problems drug-free. I also eat lots of beans, greens, and all steamed vegetables, and all fruits.
Thank you for making these videos 🙂
And I asked – Could I use your comment to inspire others and he replied.
Of course, you can Dr. Haider!
I can attest everything you say is correct, I’ve achieved the highest levels of physical fitness since switching to this lifestyle. I have an abundance of energy, I can run like the wind for countless miles, do so much exercise with so much intensity, and have built an amazing physique. You’ll never need to worry about your weight on the whole foods plant-based (vegan) lifestyle. Your body will return to its natural size and shape. All of your health problems will simultaneously be washed away effortlessly. You won’t need any more medication, your food is your medicine, and it all taste’s amazing! Your body will go through an amazing healing and regenerative process. All the while helping to protect the environment and bettering the well being of the animals. People, please believe what Dr. Haider is promoting here. He has no ulterior motives, this is some of the most powerful information he’s spreading. You owe it to yourself to give this lifestyle a chance, it’s a way to show unconditional love to one’s self, and your body only deserves the best!
Thank You, Dr. Haider!
Testimonial by Cold World – on Youtube
Testimonial – Mary E. Brooks – Facebook – 2019 
About Dr. Haider’s Diet and Lifestyle 
Eating this way is doing miracles for my health and how I feel. Within a week I no longer need 4 pills every day for diabetes and high blood pressure. I feel great instead of having pain all the time from various health issues. 
Mary E. Brooks 

Testimonial for Whole Foods Plant-Based Diet 
Thank you so much, Dr. Haider, for your great kindness and counsel.
I have some ginseng plants in my garden but I had a history of hypertensive urgency. After 4 months of eating plant-based foods, I had 120/80 in my last bp. Now, based on your advice, I have to set aside the idea of taking ginseng extract and to maintain fruits and vegetables. Thanks again. Thanks and Glory to the LORD GOD Almighty for His moral law and dietary law in Genesis 1:29 which teaches of fruits and vegetables as the meat for mankind in conjunction with His dietary law in the time of prophet Moses.
Thank you so much, Dr. Haider
Ed Sabino
Dr. Paul Haider – Master Herbalist and Spiritual Teacher for over 30 years, helping people to recover and feel healthy. You can also find Dr. Haider on FB under Dr. Paul Haider and at www.paulhaider.comfeel free to contact him anytime. 



New Harvard Study – Plant-Based Diet Could Reduce Early Deaths by 1/3
NFL Team Shifts to Veganism
*****Scientific Studies***** 
We have thousands of scientific studies showing that Animal Protein causes disease
Study – Component in Animal Products Linked to Heart Disease
Choline, a nutrient found in meat and fish, may increase the risk for heart disease, according to a study published in Circulation. Eight participants who followed a vegetarian or vegan diet and 10 participants who followed an omnivorous diet took choline supplements for two months. Blood work from both groups showed elevated levels of trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO) and increased platelet activation, both results associated with blood clotting. The participants who followed a vegan or vegetarian diet had lower levels of choline at the start, suggesting a diet with lower levels of nutrients linked to increased TMAO levels may provide a preventive effect.
Zhu W, Wang Z, Tang WHW, Hazen SL. Gut microbe-generated trimethylamine N-oxide from dietary choline is prothrombotic in subjects. Circulation. 2017;135:1671-1673.
New Study – Plant-Based Meals Stimulate Incretin and Insulin in those with Type 2 Diabetes 
A plant-based diet improves secretion of incretin hormones and insulin in those with type 2 diabetes, according to research published in Nutrients. Researchers compared two energy-matched vegan and non-vegan meals to track improvement in glucose response, a mechanism in developing diabetes, and beta-cell function in a randomized crossover trial. Secretion of insulin, C-peptide, and amylin increased more after the vegan meal than the standard meal. Beta-cell function parameters also improved after the vegan meal. The results suggest clinical applications of vegan diets for improvement of beta-cell function and diabetes treatment.
Kahleova H, Tura A, Klementova M, et al. A plant-based meal stimulates incretin and insulin secretion more than an energy- and macronutrient-matched standard meal in type 2 diabetes: a randomized crossover study. Nutrients. 2019;11:486-497. 
New Study – Increased Fat Intake Negatively Alters the Microbiome
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New Study – Vegan Diet Reduces Inflammation More than American Heart Association Recommended Diet
A vegan diet works better than the American Heart Association-recommended diet for heart disease prevention, according to a study published by the American Heart Association (AHA). Researchers randomized 100 participants with coronary artery disease to either a vegan diet (no meat, poultry, eggs, dairy, or fish) or an AHA-recommended diet (fewer servings of non-fish animal protein, more servings of fish, and only low- or no-fat dairy) for eight weeks. The primary endpoint marker for inflammation, high-sensitivity C-reactive protein, improved significantly more in the vegan group, compared with the AHA group. The authors conclude a vegan diet should be considered to help avoid adverse outcomes among heart disease patients.
Shah B, Newman JD, Woolf K, et al. Anti-inflammatory effects of a vegan diet versus the American Heart Association–recommended diet in coronary artery disease trial. J Am Heart Assoc. 2018; 
Study – Red and Processed Meat Cause Breast Cancer
Red and processed meat products increase the risk for breast cancer, according to a systematic review published in the International Journal of Cancer. Researchers looked at 18 studies and evaluated the relationship between breast cancer rates and intake of red and processed meat. Results showed increased risks for breast cancer with increased consumption of red meat and processed meat by 6 percent and 9 percent, respectively. Researchers attribute the increased risk to high amounts of saturated fat, cholesterol, and heme iron found in these products.
Farvid MS, Stern MC, Norat T, et al. Consumption of red and processed meat and breast cancer incidence: a systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective studies. Int J Cancer. Published online September 5, 2018.
Study – Plant-Based Diets Lower Risk for Type 2 Diabetes
A plant-based diet lowers risk for type 2 diabetes, according to a study published in PLoS Medicine. Researchers followed more than 200,000 participants from the Nurse’s Health Study 1 and 2 and the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and assessed their diets and type 2 diabetes incidence rates. Those who consumed the most plant-based foods, including whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and legumes, lowered their risk for type 2 diabetes when compared to those who consumed animal products such as dairy, eggs, and meat. Researchers attribute the protective effect of this diet to increased fiber intake, antioxidants, and reduced saturated fat intake.

Satija A, Bhupathiraju SN, Rimm EB, et al. Plant-based dietary patterns and incidence of type 2 diabetes in US men and women: results from three prospective cohort studies. PLoS Med. 2016;13:e1002039.
An article in Huffington Post – Vegan Diets Hugely Helpful Against Cancer 
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Protein Needs 
Here are the numbers: An average woman need about 46 grams of protein per day; the average man about 56. If a person were to eat nothing but broccoli for a day, a 2,000-calorie diet would provide a whopping 146 grams of protein. Yes, green vegetables are loaded with protein. A person eating only lentils would get even more—2,000 calories’ worth of lentils pack 157 grams. Of course, no one would eat only broccoli or only lentils, and it is much better to combine foods—beans, grains, vegetables, and fruits—to get complete nutrition. The point is that plant-based foods clearly provide abundant protein.- From Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine 
The study – Plant-Based Diets Lower Cholesterol
Vegetarian, especially vegan, diets reduce cholesterol levels, according to a review and meta-analysis authored by Physician Committee researchers and published in Nutrition Reviews. Researchers reviewed 49 observational and intervention studies that compared vegetarian and vegan diets with omnivorous diets and their effects on plasma lipids. Vegetarian diets lowered total cholesterol levels as well as LDL and HDL levels when compared to omnivorous diets. The greatest benefit on lipid levels was seen in those who followed vegan diets. Plant-based diets typically reduce body weight and saturated fat intake, which may benefit cholesterol management. These findings support previous associations of decreased cholesterol levels and vegetarian, especially vegan, diets.

Yokoyama Y, Levin SM, Barnard ND. Association between plant-based diets and plasma lipids: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Nutr Rev. Published online August 21, 2017.
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Another Study – Vegan Diets Benefit Heart Health
A vegan diet demonstrates the ability to prevent and treat heart failure, according to a case study and short literature review in the Journal of Geriatric Cardiology. In a new special issue of the journal entitled “A Plant-Based Diet and Cardiovascular Disease,” researchers describe a case study where a 79-year-old man with heart disease refused the commonly recommended bypass and valve replacement surgery and opted to adopt a whole-foods, plant-based diet instead. After two months, his heart failure symptoms had improved; his weight fell into a healthy range; his total cholesterol, LDL, and triglycerides fell from 201 to 137 mg/dL, 105 to 67 mg/dL, and 112 to 96 mg/dL, respectively. The authors further explore the body of evidence showing such diets are beneficial for heart disease patients.
Choi EY, Allen K, McDonnough M, Massera D, Ostfeld RJ. A plant-based diet and heart failure: case report and literature review. J Geriatr Cardiol. 2017;14:375-378.
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Study – Low-Carb, Animal-Based Diets Associated with Early Death
People who consume animal-based, low-carbohydrate diets have a shorter life expectancy, compared with those who consume more plant-based sources of protein or fat and compared with those who consume more carbohydrates, according to a new study published in The Lancet. Researchers combined data from the U.S.-based Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC) study and seven other multinational prospective studies and found that consuming less than 40 percent or greater than 70 percent of one’s calories from carbohydrate was associated with a higher risk for dying, compared with consuming between 50 and 55 percent of calories from carbohydrate. However, when carbohydrate sources were exchanged for animal-based protein or fat sources (chicken, beef, lamb, pork), the risk for death increased by 18 percent, compared with an 18 percent decreased risk for death when those substitutions were plant-based (nuts, whole-grain bread, and vegetables).
Seidelmann SB, Claggett B, Cheng S, et al. Dietary carbohydrate intake and mortality: a prospective cohort study and meta-analysis. Lancet. Published online August 16, 2018.

Study – Animal Protein Linked to Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
August 13, 2018
Diets high in animal protein increase the risk for fatty liver disease among people who are overweight, according to new research published in Gut. Researchers compared intake of fiber, protein, and other macronutrients with liver disease incidence rates via ultrasounds in 3,882 participants from the Rotterdam Study. Results showed a 36 percent higher risk for fatty liver disease for those who consumed the most animal protein, compared with those who consumed the least. The results showed no negative associations between carbohydrate consumption and liver disease. Suspected mechanisms behind the increased risk include nitrates, nitrites, and heme iron due to their influence on insulin resistance, endothelial function, and oxidative stress. The authors suggest preventive dietary recommendations shift focus toward protein in place of fat and carbohydrates.
Alferink LJM, Kiefte-de Jong JC, Erler NS, et al. Association of dietary macronutrient composition and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in an ageing population: the Rotterdam Study. Gut. Published online July 31, 2018.
Another Study – Diabetes Risk Increases with Meat Intake
Meat consumption is associated with risk for developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology. Researchers followed the diets and disease risk of 63,257 participants from the Singapore Chinese Health Study and found that those who consumed the most red meat (e.g., pork, beef, lamb), poultry, and fish had an increased risk for type 2 diabetes by 23, 15, and 7 percent, respectively, compared with those who consumed the least. In a separate analysis, the authors found that as heme iron increased, so did the risk for diabetes. Other studies have published similar findings, including the Adventist Health Study-2, which showed that as more animal products, such as red meat and fish, are included in the diet, increase for diabetes risk follows.
Talaei M, Wang Y, Yuan J, Pan A, Koh W. Meat, dietary heme Iron, and risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus: the Singapore Chinese Health Study. Am J Epid. Published online August 22, 2017. Available at: Accessed September 14, 2017.
Tonstad S, Butler T, Yan R, Fraser GE. Type of vegetarian diet, body weight and prevalence of type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care. 2009;32:791-796.
Another Study – Vegan Diets Reduce Inflammation
Vegetarian diets reduce inflammation, according to a review published in Public Health Nutrition. Researchers reviewed 18 prior studies, finding that individuals who followed a vegetarian diet for at least two years lowered their serum levels of C-reactive protein, a biomarker of inflammation, compared with those who did not follow a vegetarian diet. Researchers suspect the credit goes to phytosterols and dietary fiber found in the fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes.

Haghighatdoost F, Bellissimo N, de Zepetnek JOT, Rouhani MH. Association of the vegetarian diet with inflammatory biomarkers: a systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies. Public Health Nutr. 2017;1-9.

Another Study – Vegetarian Diets Reduce High Blood Pressure

Vegetarian diets protect against hypertension, according to a study published in the Journal of Hypertension. Researchers compared hypertension rates for 4,109 participants who followed vegetarian or nonvegetarian diets. Those who followed a vegetarian diet had a 34 percent lower risk for hypertension when compared to nonvegetarians. These findings remained significant after adjusting for obesity, insulin resistance, and inflammation. Researchers call on clinicians to prescribe vegetarian diets to prevent hypertension and prehypertension. A previously published meta-analysis found that consuming vegetarian diets is associated with lower blood pressure.

Chuang SY, Chiu TH, Lee CY, et al. Vegetarian diet reduces the risk of hypertension independent of abdominal obesity and inflammation: a prospective study. J Hypertens. Published online August 10, 2016

New Study – 
White and Red Meat Both Bad for Your Heart 
Red and white meat raise cholesterol levels equally, according to an NIH-funded randomized crossover study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Researchers tested the effects of low-saturated-fat diets that drew their protein from red meat (beef and pork), white meat (chicken and turkey), or nonmeat sources (legumes, nuts, grains, and soy products) in 51 participants—all of whom tested each of the three diets separately for four weeks. They then did the same with high-saturated-fat diets, drawing their protein from the same red, white, and nonmeat sources, in 62 participants.
It turned out that both white and red meat raised LDL (“bad”) cholesterol, compared with plant-based proteins, and did so to about the same extent. The researchers pointed out that their findings supported favoring meatless protein sources and that white meat was no better than red meat when it comes to heart disease risk.
Bergeron N, Chiu S, Williams PT, King SM, Krauss RM. Effects of red meat, white meat, and nonmeat protein sources on atherogenic lipoprotein measures in the context of low compared with high saturated fat intake: a randomized controlled trial. Am J Clin Nutr. Published online June 4, 2019
New Review Shows Vegan Diets Benefit Athletes
A vegan diet may offer a performance advantage to endurance athletes, according to a review published in the journal Nutrients. In response to the increased use of vegan diets by professional athletes, researchers highlighted some of the benefits of plant-based eating that may explain the athletic edge, including leaner body mass, reduced blood viscosity, reduced oxidative stress, and reduced inflammation. 
Barnard ND, Goldman DM, Loomis JF, et al. Plant-based diets for cardiovascular safety and performance in endurance sports. Nutrients. Published online January 10, 2019.

Another Study – Plant-Based Diets Lower Risk for Type 2 Diabetes
A plant-based diet lowers risk for type 2 diabetes, according to a study published in PLoS Medicine. Researchers followed more than 200,000 participants from the Nurse’s Health Study 1 and 2 and the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and assessed their diets and type 2 diabetes incidence rates. Those who consumed the most plant-based foods, including whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and legumes, lowered their risk for type 2 diabetes when compared to those who consumed animal products such as dairy, eggs, and meat. Researchers attribute the protective effect of this diet to increased fiber intake, antioxidants, and reduced saturated fat intake.

Satija A, Bhupathiraju SN, Rimm EB, et al. Plant-based dietary patterns and incidence of type 2 diabetes in US men and women: results from three prospective cohort studies. PLoS Med. 2016;13:e1002039.

Another Study – Animal Products Increase Risk for Heart Attack and Stroke
Trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO), a molecule produced during digestion of red meat, eggs, and dairy products, increases the risk for a fatal heart attack or stroke, according to a study published in European Heart Journal. Researchers monitored TMAO levels for 530 participants and tracked the number of cardiac events. Those with elevated TMAO levels increased their risk for heart attacks or strokes and increased their risk of death from these events. Researchers suggest dietary interventions may mitigate these risks by reducing TMAO levels.

Li XS, Obeid S, Klingenberg R, et al. Gut microbiota-dependent trimethylamine N-oxide in acute coronary syndromes: a prognostic marker for incident cardiovascular events beyond traditional risk factors. Eur Heart J. Published online January 11, 2017.
Another Study – Meat Increases Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease
Diet may be the most important risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease risk, according to research published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition. The author used dietary data from 10 countries and several other studies on diet and Alzheimer’s disease and assessed disease risk for several dietary factors. Consumption of meat increased disease risk the most, followed by eggs and high-fat dairy, while high intakes of fruits, vegetables, and grains reduced the risk for Alzheimer’s disease. Possible mechanisms include increased intakes of metal ions, such as copper, and saturated fat, both prevalent in meat.

Grant WB. Using multi-country ecological and observational studies to determine dietary risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease. J Am Coll Nutr. Published online July 25, 2016.
Another Study–Dairy and Other Animal Fat Increases Risk for Heart Disease

Replacing animal fats with plant-based foods decreases your risk for heart disease, according to a study published online in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Researchers followed 222,234 participants from the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study and the Nurses’ Health Study I and II and monitored dietary fat intake and cardiovascular disease incidence rates. The results showed that replacing 5 percent of dairy fat with an equal amount of vegetable and polyunsaturated fats decreased heart disease risk by 10 percent and 24 percent, respectively. Researchers also observed a 28, 34, and 16 percent lowered risk for cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, and stroke, respectively, when participants replaced dairy fat with whole grains.
Chen M, Li Y, Sun Q, et al. Dairy fat and risk of cardiovascular disease in 3 cohorts of US adults. Am J Clin Nutr. Published online August 24, 2016.  

Another Study – Veggies Won’t Undo the Risk of Eating Meat 
High fruit and vegetable intake will not counterbalance the increased risk for heart disease caused by eating meat, according to a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Researchers followed 74,645 participants from the Swedish Mammography Cohort and the Cohort of Swedish Men studies and monitored diet and mortality due to heart disease. Those who consumed the highest amounts of red meat increased their risk of dying from heart disease by 29 percent when compared to those who consumed the least. The risks remained consistent when coupled with various fruit and vegetable intakes. High fruit and vegetable intake could not prevent meat-related deaths.

Bellavia A, Stilling F, Wolk A. High red meat intake and all-cause cardiovascular and cancer mortality: is the risk modified by fruit and vegetable intake? Am J Clin Nutr. Published online August 24, 2016.
Another Study – Healthy Gut from Eating Plants Prevents Chronic Diseases
A diet high in fiber from plant-based foods can enhance the activity and composition of the gut microbiota. According to a recent article published in Practical Diabetology, a diet high in whole grains, legumes, fruits, and vegetables can reduce inflammation and prevent obesity and diabetes by enhancing the growth of healthy bacteria. A diet high in fat and animal products can lead to overgrowth of bacteria that cause inflammation and increase the risk of diabetes and certain types of cancer. Other healthy lifestyles choices such as exercising, getting enough sleep, and managing stress can also help. However, most experts agree that nutrition plays the most prominent role in improving gut health.
Jardine M. The relationship between microbiota and the environment, nutrition and metabolic disease. Pract Diabetol. 2017;36:6-14.
We now have thousands of studies showing animal protein and fat causes disease 
Another Study – Eating Meat Increases the Risk of Chronic Disease 
Red and processed meats increase the risk for heart disease, cancer, and other chronic illnesses, according to a review published in the Journal of Internal Medicine. Researchers examined the correlation between disease risk and meat consumption in six cohort studies. Consumption of 100 grams of red meat per day increased the risk for stroke and for breast cancer, death from heart disease, colorectal cancer, and advanced prostate cancer by 11, 15, 17, and 19 percent, respectively. At 50 grams per day, processed meats increased the risk for several chronic diseases including colorectal cancer, pancreatic cancer, death from heart disease, and diabetes by 18, 19, 24, and 32, respectively. Possible mechanisms include high levels of heme iron, cholesterol, saturated fatty acids, nitrates and nitrites, and sodium found in red and processed meat products. Researchers suggest policies mirror several European initiatives to curb the environmental and human health hazards of rising global meat intake through revised dietary guidelines.

Wolk A. Potential health hazards of eating red meat. J Intern Med. Published online September 6, 2016.
More –The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Publishes Stance on Vegan and Vegetarian Diets
Vegetarian and vegan diets are healthful, may prevent and treat chronic diseases, and are better for the environment, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the world’s largest organization of nutrition professionals. Researchers updated the 2009 position paper on vegetarian diets and concluded that not only are vegetarian and vegan diets appropriate for all stages of the life cycle (pregnancy, infancy, childhood, etc.), but they also help reduce the risk for heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, stroke, obesity, and some types of cancer. The updated position paper presents a section on environmental issues which concludes plant-based diets are more sustainable and less damaging to the environment.
Melina V, Craig W, Levin S. Position of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: vegetarian diets. J Acad Nutr Diet. 2016;116:1970-1980.

Dr. Bernard on Preventing Prostate Cancer 

Protect Against Prostate Cancer – Dr. Barnard –
Metastatic prostate cancer cases are on the rise—up 72 percent in men ages 55 to 69 years old in the last decade—according to a new study in the journal Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases. Dietary changes can help reduce prostate cancer risk and prevent its progression if diagnosed. Here are a few simple steps men should take today:

1. Ditch Dairy.
A meta-analysis published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that total dairy product, total milk, low-fat milk, cheese, and dietary calcium intakes were associated with an increased risk for prostate cancer. According to a study published in the International Journal of Cancer, men who consumed three or more servings of dairy products a day had a 141 percent higher risk of death due to prostate cancer compared to those who consumed less than one serving. Both high- and low-fat dairy products were associated with increased mortality.
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2. Eliminate eggs.
A Harvard study found that men diagnosed with prostate cancer who ate the most eggs had a two-fold increased risk of cancer progression.
3. Protect with plants.
A plant-based diet can protect against prostate cancer. In a recent study, researchers compared several dietary patterns and cancer incidence rates for 26,346 participants. Men who followed a vegan diet experienced a 35 percent lower prostate cancer risk than those following a nonvegetarian, lacto-ovo-vegetarian, pescovegetarian, or semi-vegetarian diet.
Lycopene, part of the carotenoid family, is a pigment that helps give red fruits and vegetables their color and it’s also one of the free radical-fighting antioxidants. In the Health Professionals Follow-up Study, the authors concluded that consumption of tomato-based foods may be linked to a reduced risk of prostate cancer.
Another Study – Red Meat Linked to Kidney Failure
Red meat increases your risk for kidney failure, according to a study published online in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. Researchers assessed data from 63,257 participants as part of the Singapore Chinese Health Study and tracked diet and kidney failure. Those who consumed the most protein from red meat increased their risk for end-stage kidney disease. Results showed that replacing a single serving of red meat with another source of protein, such as soy products or legumes, cut the risk for disease by over 60 percent. These findings support previous research that suggests diets high in processed meats increase the risk of disease and mortality.

Lew QLJ, Jafar TH, Koh HWL, et al. Red meat intake and risk of ESRD. J Am Soc Nephrol. Published online July 14, 2016.
We have thousands of studies showing that animal protein of any kind including red meat, beef, lamb, chicken, turkey, fish, seafood, milk, cheese, eggs, and anything else causes disease and death!!! 
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