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This Nutritionist Claims a Vegan Diet Can't Sustain Human Health - What's Your View?

Dear Friends and Valued Customers,

Today's featured video from might stir up a bit of controversy, so I am very eager to hear your reactions to it in the comments section at the end of this post. So what are talking about today? The vegan diet.

Nutritionist David Getoff looks at different diets around the world and discusses whether or not a vegan diet could prosper over a number of generations. He points out that no known human population is nataurally vegan and explains why this fact alone leads him to believe veganism is, ultimatley, not healthy. I know we have many vegetarian and vegan readers, so I hope to hear from you on what your experiences have been and how you feel your diet is working for you. Please share your personal insights with us.

I invite you to watch the video below... and as always, I wish you the very best of health.

Lee Swanson


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About David Getoff

Mr. David Getoff has been in private practice in Naturopathy and Clinical Nutrition for two decades in the San Diego, CA area.  He is also a nutrition and wellness instructor at Grossmont/Cuyamaca College Adult Education Department.

Mr. Getoff earned his B.S. in Nutrition and Holistic Therapies from The Union Institute College of Undergraduate Studies in Cincinnati, OH. For more information about Mr. Getoff and his practice, visit


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