Former President Adopts an Alkaline Diet

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton has gone alkaline. In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, former President Clinton went into detail about his recent weight loss of 24lbs, and how he has lost weight and most importantly why Mr. Clinton says through a diet that is rich in vegetables, legumes, beans, and fresh fruits he was able to lose 24lbs and is back to his old high school weight.

He also cut out, fish, dairy, pork, beef, chicken, and processed foods. Although the diet is never called “Alkaline” in the article, all of the facets of his diet are rich in alkaline nutrients. Mr. Clinton chose this diet because of his experience with clogged arteries and having to have a stint put in to keep his arteries open and functioning. (Remember how the media used to feature him jogging to McDonalds when he was in office?)

Dr. Ornish, one of the doctors that recommended the diet that Mr. Clinton follows, states that over 80% of people who switch to the above mentioned diet have something remarkable happen; their body begins to heal itself.

Mr. Clinton has followed the diet advice of Dr. Esselstyn and Dr. Dean Ornish, both of which promote diets rich in vegetables, legumes, beans, and fruits. They also advise against diets that have beef, pork, chicken, and processed foods as their main focus.

Furthermore, Dr. Esselstyn goes on to say that he believes that American doctors tend look at the next pill to prescribe to their patients, rather than actually looking at the root of the sickness or disease and what is causing it. This is a very powerful statement for a doctor to make especially in a society where popping a pill is the norm and healthy diet changes are not.

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