Forks over Knives

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I recently heard from an Internet friend that she lost 12 pounds by following the recipes in the Forks over Knives cookbook.  I started looking at the recipes thinking maybe they would work for me.  Who was I kidding?  I could never give up real cheese.

I did make the mistake in reading reviews and critiques of the Forks over Knives program.  One of my pet peeves is when science is only partially presented in order to try and sway people to a particular side.  Forks over Knives, Creationism and “Positive reinforcement” training I’m talkin’ to you.

As we all know there are lies, damned lies and statistics.  Use the statistics to try and sway people and leave the science alone.

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