Forks Over Knives

Forks Over Knives presents the audience with the argument that a whole-foods, plant-based diet with no meat or animal products or refined foods is the way to a long, healthy, cancer-resistant, and heart-disease-free life. Forks Over Knives plays like a 1950s governmental instructional video, makes basic reasoning mistakes, and discredits itself by touting examples that no skeptical audience can take seriously. Full Review at csicop.org

 The documentary was removed by the request of copyright owner and replaced with the official trailer .

You can Buy The Movie or The Cookbook with Over 300 Recipes for Plant-Based Eating

Category: Health

8 Comments

  • Mestman
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    This is a great documentary!  I really really enjoyed it and found it very educational.  I am hoping my family will watch it too.  THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Dorothy
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    I’m excited that I watched this movie, it was very enlightening and I am encouraged to change my  diet. My goal is to eliminate animal protein in an effort to stop taking meds and maintain a healthy life style.. 

    • BestDocs
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       @4fd3b153adae9136e479d75faff3d2e0:disqus You can follow link in comments above. For someone this video isn’t loading properly but mostly can see it. It’s probably some issue with flash player version.

  • Greg
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    The question is:
    Do you want to live to eat? Or do you want to eat to live?
    This documentary will help you answer that question!!!!

  • MelissaWrago
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    There are many arguments about which diet is best for you. Nevertheless, health and wellness communities agree that diets emphasizing fresh, whole ingredients and minimizing processed foods are superior for overall wellness who plant based diet. The whole-foods, plant-based diet does just that. It focuses on minimally processed foods, specifically plants, and is effective at stimulating weight loss and improving health. This article reviews everything you need to know about the whole-foods, plant-based diet, including its potential health benefits, foods to eat and a sample meal plan.

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