What the Fork? : The Secret Cause of Disease – Gina Bonanno-Lemos

What the Fork? : The Secret Cause of Disease

What The Fork? The Secret Cause of Disease is the award-winning book that reveals the terrifying truth about food that can be found in almost every home on earth and explains how it is causing nearly pandemic levels of disease. This amusing, infuriating, and eye-opening account takes you on a journey with the author, from her days of chronic illness to ultimate wellness, and the shocking information discovered along the way-information deliberately kept from you and the rest of the public. Follow along as Gina Bonanno-Lemos unearths fascinating, new studies, proving beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the human body is not biologically designed to process animal protein. This illuminating book exposes the dark side of the food industry, unveils its influence on government, and delivers a powerful narrative regarding the deadly consequences of human habit and desire. You’ll come away with an understanding of how to prevent and reverse disease and illness, and with a feeling of empowerment, understanding that it is possible for you to control your destiny and choose between sickness and health.

Author: Gina Bonanno-Lemos
ISBN: 9780692639825
Format: PDF
Size: 21.88 Mb

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