Dawn Bradley

Evidence based weight loss

Many people have gained weight in the last year due to the stress and/or restrictions of the COVID pandemic. (It’s estimated that 60% of people gain weight during times of stress!)

If you want THE FACTS ABOUT WEIGHT LOSS then watch this video.

It includes CHEAP & NATURAL ways to speed up weight loss.

“Surely, if there was some safe, simple, side-effect-free solution to the obesity epidemic, we would know about it by now, right? I’m not so sure.

It may take up to 17 years before research findings make it into day-to-day clinical practice. To take one example that was particularly poignant for my family: heart disease.  You know, decades ago, Dr. Dean Ornish and colleagues published evidence in one of the most prestigious medical journals in the world that our leading cause of death could be reversed with diet and lifestyle changes alone—yet, hardly anything changed. Even now, hundreds of thousands of Americans continue to needlessly die from what we learned decades ago was a reversible disease. In fact, I had seen it with my own eyes. My grandmother was cured of her end-stage heart disease by one of Dean’s predecessors, Nathan Pritikin, using similar methods.

So, if effectively the cure to our number-one killer of men and women could get lost down some rabbit hole and ignored, what else might there be in the medical literature that could help my patients, but that just didn’t have a corporate budget driving its promotion? Well, I made it my life’s mission to find out. That’s why I became a doctor in the first place and why I started my nonprofit site, NutritionFacts.org.

Everything on the website is free. There are no ads, no corporate sponsorship. It’s strictly noncommercial, not selling anything. I just put it up as a public service, as a labor of love, as a tribute to my grandmother. [Applause] New videos and articles nearly every day on the latest in evidence-based nutrition—what a concept.

Ok, so, what does the science show is the best way to lose weight? If you want testimonials and before-and-after pictures, you have come to the wrong place. I’m not interested in anecdotes; I’m interested in the evidence. When it comes to making decisions as life-and-death-important as the health and well-being of yourself and your family, there’s really only one question: What does the best available balance of evidence show right now?”