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When you consult with your health care provider before you begin your transition, you should discuss with him/her any medication you are taking to manage a condition. Transitioning to a whole-food, plant-based diet/lifestyle or adding intermittent fasting may result, in possibly a very short time, in improvement in your condition for which you are taking medication, and your doctor may decide to adjust your medications and/or dosage. This is not because of a problem with the lifestyle. It is because your health may improve and as a result you may need a different dosage than you’re taking now. It is very important that you and your doctor monitor the situation so you take only the amount of medication you need.

The statements expressed on this website are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Visitors should seek their own professional counsel for any medical condition before starting or altering any exercise or dietary plan.

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"You changed my life and my husband's. His cholesterol has been cut in half. We both have lost about 12 pounds and feel terrific. We don't miss meat, fish, eggs or yogurt or cheese. Thank you so much for all you are doing for the world. We too thought we were eating healthy but couldn't lose weight even though we exercised a lot. Until we changed what we ate. We are truly grateful. I loved your Christmas message about what to say to those comments people make when you say you eat Plant Based.

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