“The Best Kept Secret-Ever” T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D.

  • Dipublikasikan tanggal 22 Okt 2014
  • Nutrition is discussed by most people, but it is not clear that many people really know what it means. However, nutrition has more power to create and restore health than all the pills and
    procedures put together. Professional medical institutions must take this science seriously, offer it in medical school training and participate in helping medical professionals and clinics establish programs and strategies to deliver this message. Anything less is unacceptable.

    T. Colin Campbell, PhD, is the Jacob Gould Schurman Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry at Cornell University, and the author (with son and co-author Thomas Campbell II, MD) of The China Study, the most comprehensive study of nutrition ever conducted with startling implications for diet, weight loss, and long-term health. He was trained at Cornell (MS, Ph.D) and MIT (Research Associate) in nutrition, biochemistry, and toxicology. Since 1983, he has been the director of the Nutrition and Cancer Program Project (Collaborative Project with Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences China Cancer Institute, and the University of Oxford). He has authored over 300 research papers, and is the recipient of a number of awards, both in research and citizenship.

    Spoiler alert: technical problems (camera malfunction) intervened in the second half of this video.

Komentar • 178

  • Richard Zambrano
    Richard Zambrano 3 bulan yang lalu

    Fantastic stuff, wish I would’ve found this for years ago, stop being a triathlete/half Iron Man person, how’s the plant-based diet beneficial in the long endurance workouts? Also what was the name of the movie that he said to watch after he was asking about forks over knives

    • ms3er
      ms3er Bulan Yang lalu

      Probably Eating You Alive. Plant Pure Nation is a good one too

  • Radu Tofan
    Radu Tofan 3 bulan yang lalu

    please add subtitles so that others could translate this material, thanks you.

  • Julia Albath
    Julia Albath 4 bulan yang lalu

    Talk starts at 5:55

  • Inja Kim
    Inja Kim 5 bulan yang lalu

    Egg: confusing informations through creditable(?) Physicians, like - since it is as complete nutrition, we should take.?. How about yogurt?....

      TONY COLLYWESTON Bulan Yang lalu

      eggs raise cholesterol and yogurt is a waste of money, medical doctors have been trained to use pharmaceuticals to fix people.

  • sutonchef
    sutonchef 8 bulan yang lalu


  • 13Gladius 2
    13Gladius 2 10 bulan yang lalu

    Campbell's vegan bible has long been successfully debunked by Denise Minger (ex-vegan) and others but vegans live in perceptual denial of anything that contradicts their beliefs.

      TONY COLLYWESTON Bulan Yang lalu

      Are you serious,D, MInger is a nobody and animal products raise cholesterol raising your chance of cancer,CVD and dementia

  • sutonchef
    sutonchef 11 bulan yang lalu


  • G. L.
    G. L. Tahun Yang lalu +1

    so great ! from Montreal !

  • Andrea Lewis
    Andrea Lewis Tahun Yang lalu

    so b 12 for vegans is a non issue?

  • Jannet Lane
    Jannet Lane Tahun Yang lalu

    What about ensure and Boost nutrition drinks to help people who have severe malnutrition due to not able to digestive system not working even after two years of eating a gluten free diet.

    • Jannet Lane
      Jannet Lane Tahun Yang lalu

      plus I had surgery for spinal stenosis in C ,2,3,4, and 5, 6, I was born with fused C5,6 and 3months after I fell and fractured my hip but I got up and was able to use my walker. That old saying if you can stil walk, I was able to use my tip toe on the right leg and all that after a month and during it was the groin pain was the worst so finaly. l had a xeray to make sure I hadn't broken anything.
      To make a long story short. l did have a fracture after visiting the orthopedic surgeon and another scan, also after the scan , my femmer and my ball joint had

  • John Doe
    John Doe Tahun Yang lalu +2

    Go to 8:00 to skip the intro :)

  • Ken Carey
    Ken Carey Tahun Yang lalu +1

    i gave up animal products for ethical and spiritual reasons many years ago. i now find that i maybe doing the best thing for my health. i also was rewarded with a ripped and hard midsection after trying for 60years to get that with no decent results. thank god for this mans hard work

  • Takács Péter Illatmarketing Specialista

    Next time you upload something, please make sure that at least the sound quality is acceptable. This is shit.

    • Karl Hungus
      Karl Hungus Tahun Yang lalu +1

      +Peter Takacs - Wow, that's harsh.

    • vshvideo
      vshvideo  Tahun Yang lalu

      We apologize for the low audio in part of the this talk. The camera mal-functioned.

  • Karen K
    Karen K Tahun Yang lalu

    You have to go to 8:05 before you'll finally hear Dr. Campbell. They like tooting their own horns LOL.

  • ogadl ogadl
    ogadl ogadl Tahun Yang lalu

    Dr Campbell starts at min 8

  • Gordon Mackenzie
    Gordon Mackenzie Tahun Yang lalu

    Please help expose unacceptable media bias against The China Study by
    signing & sharing this petition:

  • Edgar Kaufmann
    Edgar Kaufmann Tahun Yang lalu

    11:00 ... will it begin now?

  • Joe Smith
    Joe Smith Tahun Yang lalu +2

    It's nice to know there's some mega-geniuses in our corner. The medical and meat/dairy industry sure has their hooks in plenty of their own.

  • TheLance3185
    TheLance3185 2 tahun yang lalu

    The information we need.

  • catsalive1
    catsalive1 2 tahun yang lalu +17

    Funny how after I gave up dairy and meat that I used to love, now it is very unpleasant looking and the smell of it cooking is very unpleasant. My doctor when I told him that I was switching to a plant based diet rather than poison therapy$$$ became literally enraged-$$$$$$-. I got my purse and drove away. I am really feeling good now. His level of rage really made me frightened of the future because he did not care for me one way or another I pictured a world of police enforcing pouring arsenic into peoples' veins for $250,000 a pop plus the doctors' kickback.

    • nyxs60
      nyxs60 Tahun Yang lalu +1

      OMG I find that so scary, I do know that medical people are (mostly) ignorant to the fact that fruits and veg can be medicine but for them to get enraged? That's insane!

    • petmom ful
      petmom ful Tahun Yang lalu +5

      Wow! Good thing you found out that he is not the doctor for you! I was sent to a horrible pain management doctor who wanted me to do all kinds of painful things. When I refused, he got very angry, said I was listening to the wrong people, told me I needed a shrink, I had an anger problem, and had cut myself off from further treatment. He was so rude and angry, I came home and had a panic attack. I quit going to him and wrote him a letter eventually, telling him how horrible he had been to me, and how I was so very much better on my whole foods, plant based diet.

    • AAF
      AAF 2 tahun yang lalu +3

      catsalive1 i know what u mean. when i mentioned diet to my doc he dismissed it

    • Ernie Griff
      Ernie Griff 2 tahun yang lalu +5

      please don't give them any ideas ......

  • SP330Y
    SP330Y 2 tahun yang lalu

    @vshvideo What Dr Campbell claims is that too much protein kickstarts cancer, yet DrJoel Wallach says you should eat between 6-12 eggs per day,which is lots of protein.
    So who is right and who is right,they both contradict each other, what shoule we do?, avoid protein or increase it

    • SP330Y
      SP330Y 2 tahun yang lalu

      Thanks for your answer,i since learnt all about it,protein is essential to build veins arteries muscles etc,its the way the eggs are cooked that causes problems,like frying them.Raw or poached is great.

    • Tina
      Tina 2 tahun yang lalu

      Please go to Dr. Michael Greger who wrote How Not to Die and has thousands of videos on you tube. He supports a plant protein based diet with much scientific data. Look up his video on eggs and you will have your answer.

    • SP330Y
      SP330Y 2 tahun yang lalu

      +Grant T
      good answer

    • AAF
      AAF 2 tahun yang lalu

      SP330Y everything in moderation.

  • Pierre Normandeau
    Pierre Normandeau 2 tahun yang lalu +1

    Fruit contain 1 to 2% protein, vegetables about 1 to 3% protein, whole Grains about to 11 % protein,Bread 8,5 % Pasta 12%, Legumes; 23%,Lentilles 27% , Soya 35% , Nuts; 11% to 22%protein, Almonds 19% protein,

  • collin huey
    collin huey 2 tahun yang lalu

    hi i was 170 lbs at 1974 and at 2016 i am 172 lbs
    everywhere i go i get compliments, but i still eat meat once a week. i just meat once a day three oz and it works

  • Vegan Nurse Practitioner
    Vegan Nurse Practitioner 2 tahun yang lalu +16

    Can you imagine a USA Senator saying that Dr Campbell is one of his heros? Can you imagine if ALL Senators thought that way

    • Charlie M
      Charlie M 2 tahun yang lalu

      I wonder if I could ask you something?

  • Malgorzata P
    Malgorzata P 3 tahun yang lalu +3

    Thank you Dr.Campbell :)

  • Mel Odne
    Mel Odne 3 tahun yang lalu +1

    too bad at 20:14 his microphone stopped workig

    • sharri1973
      sharri1973 Tahun Yang lalu

      Along with spellcheck...🤣🤣🤣

  • Therese von Rodeck
    Therese von Rodeck 3 tahun yang lalu +13

    I sometimes wonder if the meat and dairy industry are funding these other deadly diet books. MMmmmmm... I wonder...

    • winbri5
      winbri5 Tahun Yang lalu +2

      Watch the movie , What the Health. It tells you exactly what is going on with the funding!

    • Frank Critelli
      Frank Critelli Tahun Yang lalu +1

      They fund the medical schools and the programs to become a nutritionist

  • annihilationHaven
    annihilationHaven 3 tahun yang lalu +1

    I don't think eating vegetarian is any better than meat. What matters to me is the variety and how the plants are grown. If I were a farmer I wouldn't even consider anything other than forest farming. The variety of plants and aggregate effect of self-fertilization from the biomass that is not eaten, as well as the genetic diversity that deters pests and diseases, cannot be done with conventional farming. Who said food has to be sold in separate packages, just give me a combo of forest farmed food and I'm happy. It's just food, I'm not so picky.

  • Dragomir Petkovic
    Dragomir Petkovic 3 tahun yang lalu

    Hey, The best success that my grandmother has ever had was with Freds Magic Remedy (i found it on google) Easily the simplest program available.

  • liam111liam
    liam111liam 3 tahun yang lalu +1

    Andreas Moritz might interest you as well

  • SJ R
    SJ R 3 tahun yang lalu +36

    What a Strong voice for a 80 year old man~ I didn't stop eating meat for health reason, I just saw a mother deer shot in leg still trying to cross the road with her off spring- Lost my appetite for meat on that day, about 50yrs ago. Happens, however, I have out lived my relatives and friends, I'm the only one remaining, don't know if that is a reward or punishment

    • Lvngit Tv
      Lvngit Tv 2 tahun yang lalu

      Every extra day is a blessing.

    • SJ R
      SJ R 2 tahun yang lalu +6

      I was raised to feed the animals before feeding one's self- it has stuck with me =}

    • Kainos Anthropos
      Kainos Anthropos 2 tahun yang lalu +3

      Loved your comment. I try not to eat meat for the same reasons, but your epiphany is touching. And, yes, a lot of times life feels like a punishment.

    • Escape From NY
      Escape From NY 3 tahun yang lalu +1

      +S Robin - good to hear a (vegan/vegetarian) realize cats and dogs need meat and fat. Thanks for doing what you do, and understanding.

    • liam111liam
      liam111liam 3 tahun yang lalu +1

      +S Robin I am sorry but you definetely made the right decision.

  • Jimmy Pop
    Jimmy Pop 3 tahun yang lalu +1

    T. Colin is a quack liar. Look up Denise Minger's blog.

    • ms3er
      ms3er Bulan Yang lalu

      She's a hack and holds no credentials compared to him or the group she tries to harm. She's there to gather clicks and feed her sponsors and products.

    • Geert W
      Geert W Tahun Yang lalu

      So Campbell is a doctor, so he can lie and manipulate simpletons like you?

    • Throngdorr Mighty
      Throngdorr Mighty 2 tahun yang lalu +1

      Jimmy Pop- Denise isn't even a doctor, you stupid fuck. Funny how you bash a real doctor over a wannabe like Denise.

    • Ryan Newby
      Ryan Newby 2 tahun yang lalu +3

      Jimmy Pop No he ain't. You are a fucking idiot.

  • Barry Lyndon
    Barry Lyndon 3 tahun yang lalu

    Where can they paak?

  • Monika Boriová
    Monika Boriová 3 tahun yang lalu +3

    amazing dr. campbell

  • TheCrusaderRabbits
    TheCrusaderRabbits 3 tahun yang lalu

    The audio died half way through the talk.

  • Scot Campbell
    Scot Campbell 3 tahun yang lalu +29

    Yes the protein meat myth is being exposed and also the notion we must have large amounts of animal protein to be healthy. I have never seen someone get sick or be hospitalized for a protein deficiency attack.

    • Michael Parish
      Michael Parish Tahun Yang lalu

      Of course you've never hear of someone suffering from protein deficiency. That's because just about everyone on the planet eats animal products.

    • John Doe
      John Doe Tahun Yang lalu

      There is not 1 single case of protein deficiency in the scientific literature worldwide !
      There are borderline cases, in a study on starving heroin addicts.

    • kim daniel
      kim daniel Tahun Yang lalu

      Scot Campbell i

    • petmom ful
      petmom ful Tahun Yang lalu

      I know this is an old post, but I read that animal protein creates a sulfur that has to be filtered thru the kidneys. Also, too much protein can give kidney stones. Those may be one of the reasons you had kidney problems.

    • Scot Campbell
      Scot Campbell 3 tahun yang lalu +1

      +S Robin That's wonderful. Veganism is on the rise.

  • A A
    A A 3 tahun yang lalu +5

    The fu**ed up thing about all this is that an IPhone comes with a more extensive user manual than the human body does lol.

  • Steve kim
    Steve kim 4 tahun yang lalu +1

    He is dangerously uninformed, outdated and wrong in many aspects.

  • fransiscaveronica7
    fransiscaveronica7 4 tahun yang lalu +6

    I have been obssesed with protein for years (mostly i consumme protein from meat!)... and i ve never feel fine... mostly weak and headache bad mood...

    • tickyul
      tickyul 2 tahun yang lalu

      +Brad Turner Meatmurder is never the answer!!!!

    • Brad Turner
      Brad Turner 2 tahun yang lalu

      haha, when you run out of science, just say meat has feelings and thoughts, you realise its just muscle and skin tissue? and you do realise plants send signals of pain too?

    • Ebvardh Boss
      Ebvardh Boss 3 tahun yang lalu

      +A A "Metaphysical" oh, so not a thing that actually exists? Cool.

    • tickyul
      tickyul 3 tahun yang lalu

      +Marcus A HUM, tin-foil-hat nonsense I believe!

    • Marcus A
      Marcus A 3 tahun yang lalu +1

      Ummm...no. It's actually in ancient books which the Shaolin monks and various other denominations study from. ALL devout vegetarians.

  • Gabriel G
    Gabriel G 4 tahun yang lalu

    Great content but the video / sound sux ass, welcome to the 21st century, this is not the 80's , you want people to take it seriously, take time making videos seriously with decent quality

  • Alexis Castaneda
    Alexis Castaneda 4 tahun yang lalu +6

    "After 50 years of nutritional biochemical research, Campbell views casein as one of the most relevant chemical carcinogens ever identified. He’s critical of the Komen Foundation for ignoring the research and expanding its marketing income by putting pink ribbons on yogurt containers.”

  • Philippe Orlando
    Philippe Orlando 4 tahun yang lalu

    I wish these videos had better quality and were played in 720p

  • Spirited Gal
    Spirited Gal 4 tahun yang lalu +10

    You are fascinating. I finished the "China Study" and "Whole" over my holiday break. This video just solidifies that information. I am 100% on board. Thanks so much for still fighting the fight. We need you!

  • Calvin Leman
    Calvin Leman 4 tahun yang lalu +66

    I eat only whole food plant based food because of T. Colin Campbell.

    • Jagdish Gambhir
      Jagdish Gambhir 5 bulan yang lalu

      Please in hindi

    • petmom ful
      petmom ful Tahun Yang lalu +3

      I have to give an update here because in earlier posts I said my neck pain was not improving. I have now been eating a whole foods, plant based, low fat diet for about 7 months. My neck pain is virtually gone!! I just bought a recumbent trike, I ride, walk, sew, play my guitar, go shopping, everything I could not do before. It is really a miracle for me and I am bursting with energy. I would recommend that anyone give it a try for a month. I could never go back to the standard American diet. And I have dropped about 27 pounds! It is very sad that regular medical doctors are not onto this. I was tortured by pain management doctors, and given lots of drugs. None of it helped me. Think of the health care costs, and pain and suffering I went thru, all for nothing. I wish I could sue all of them! Now the dilemma is, when to listen to your doctor, and when not to.

    • petmom ful
      petmom ful Tahun Yang lalu

      Animal protein in any form is not good for you, and turns on cancer. Watch some more videos by Campbell, McDougall, Gregor, Bernard, Kapel, Essylstein, and you will learn more.

    • Edgar Kaufmann
      Edgar Kaufmann Tahun Yang lalu

      no poultry, fish, eggs? Why? A raw egg seems good to me. Or do you mean only their processed versions?

    • Shelby Bettencourt
      Shelby Bettencourt Tahun Yang lalu

      There's a program called sea food watch, you could feed them sea food?? I don't know honestly. Local butchers? I'll have to read that book. It's difficult to avoid cruelty because it's all cruel. If they bond with the animal and then kill it for food?? I mean, what's not cruel about that? It's like killing an old friend. Donner party!? I hear your dilemma though!

  • samuel lopes
    samuel lopes 4 tahun yang lalu

    great video. I noticed the video quality went bad around 28 minutes in....

    Judy FIELDS DAVIS 4 tahun yang lalu +26


    • Rikard
      Rikard 2 tahun yang lalu

      Fantastic to hear! :)
      I hope you're still doing well!

  • tejka007
    tejka007 4 tahun yang lalu +3

    Please come have a talk in Australia dr Campbell!

  • Sara Jacobsen
    Sara Jacobsen 4 tahun yang lalu

    i've been flip flopping from vegetarian to vegan and back again for the past 3 years. a few weeks ago, i decided to add animal proteins into my diet. i'm not sure if i feel better or not with the animal protein. thinking about going back to veggie, albiet no more grains (make me bloated like heck). i also probably have underlying issues (candida) that are messing with my success. hoping to get rid of candida and then be able to do well on veggie diet again.

    • Simone Weber
      Simone Weber 3 tahun yang lalu

      +Sara Jacobsen eat only meat and candida will die off

  • chooselove4all
    chooselove4all 4 tahun yang lalu +3

    I admire T. Colin Campbell, and I was touched about the support received from the society in Hawaii. But one thing I want to clear up- Dr. Campbell said he thought most vegans have a 30% fat ratio and eat lots of processed food, but I don't know where he got this information- most vegans I know including me are either 80-10-10 with 10% max calories from fat, or they are mostly raw except for some potatoes and rice. i.e. mostly whole food and mostly raw. Also, vegetarians have just as many processed food options as vegans and in fact more (including the ones with cheese), and they eat cheese outright, so how does this make them more likely to have a lower percentage of calories from fat? Also, the National Cancer Institute just reported a study that shows that vegans have lower rates of cancer than vegetarians and of course meat eaters too.

    • English Department
      English Department 3 tahun yang lalu +1

      +chooselove4all I was vegan and ate high fat processed before, now I eat MCDougall style

    • sdushdiu
      sdushdiu 4 tahun yang lalu +1

      +Plant-based Christian I hope their reason for adopting the 'philosophy' is one of socio-religio-political philosophy, as their nutritional benefit will be anything but optimal..
      We really need a new term that distinguishes between those advocating a complete balanced whole plant low sugar low fat no meat, dairy, egg or oil optimal nutritional regimen and those myriad folks for whom faddist belief and politics take precedence over vetted science.

    • Chris and Xiang
      Chris and Xiang 4 tahun yang lalu +1

      All my vegan friends here in Germany eat more than 30% fat and probably 50% processed food

    • sdushdiu
      sdushdiu 4 tahun yang lalu

      Allow me to play devil's advocate for a moment. The fact remains that many, if not most, of those you mention have adopted some faddist variation of the larger message promulgated by folks like C. Esselstyn, T.Colin Campbell, J. McDougall or the research summaries presented by M. Greger at Nuritionfactsdotorg. Instead they follow various faddist vegan regimens like those you mention. And unfortunately there is little (or No) focus focus on a COMPLETE and BALANCED whole plant food regimen. Instead the majority of the diet regimens you mention are pushed by self-annointed online gurus pushing isolated nutrients, delivery methods, and/or attitude - be it the banana or fruit diet, or the 'it must be raw' fallacy, smoothies, or even juicing, or the this or that superfood fad, etc. Simply adopting the label "vegetarian" or "vegan" is NO assurance that the various food choices are complete and balanced (or even whole! - witness juicing and other processed junk food sold at the mis-named so called 'health food stores!), and are thus optimal or even healthier except that they are not eating as much animal based food. Instead, many adopt a label and then think they can eat whatever it is they imagine is healthy as long as it conforms to the constraints of the label. The problem is that the practical solution is not simply adapting a label as they remain focused on isolated nutrients or 'superfoods' or cleanses or some new fad de jour. There is more to optimal health then simply adopting a make it up as you go regimen with a fancy marketing label. And UNfortunately, the 'vegan' community is as subject to make it up as you go emotionally based incomplete, unbalanced fads as are the the folks following various Atkins approaches and other trendy omnivore approaches. IMO, its a shame more seem to be attracted to personality based online marketing gurus than to the message of folks like C. Esselstyn, T. Colin Campbell, J. McDougall and the research summaries of M. Greger at Nutitionfactsdotorg.

  • lneasy2
    lneasy2 4 tahun yang lalu +5

    T. Colin Campbell has made a career of challenging the conventional wisdom around nutrition, and The China Study is the culmination of his work. His integrity, brilliance, and unflinching courage shine through every page. The main point of this book is that most nutritional studies that we hear about in the media are poorly constructed because of what the author terms "scientific reductionism." That is, they attempt to pin down the effects of a single nutrient in isolation from all other aspects of diet and lifestyle. Campbell's research, which he describes in a very accessible and engaging fashion, has two tremendous advantages over the typical nutritional study. First, there is the China Study itself - a massive series of snapshots of the relationship between diet and disease in over 100 villages all over China. The rates of disease differ greatly from region to region, and Campbell and his research partners (including some of the most distinguished scholars and epidemiologists in the world) carefully correlated these differences with the varying diets of the communities. The second amazing part of Campbell's research method is his refusal to accept any finding without taking it back to his lab and finding out how exactly it works. In other words, we discover in The China Study not only in what way, but precisely how, the foods we eat can either promote or compromise our health. The final section leaves no sacred cow standing, and names names! From the food industry, to the government, to academia, Campbell calmly reports on a cover-up of nutritional truth so widespread and insidious that all citizens should be enraged.

    • sdushdiu
      sdushdiu 4 tahun yang lalu

      Actually, as Campbell himself says, the China Study was not an 'end point' but simply a very substantial step in a larger process that enabled substantial subsequent advancements insofar as it verified various suspicions and reinforced further avenues for investigation.

  • Nikolay Nikolov
    Nikolay Nikolov 4 tahun yang lalu +50

    Start at 9:00 :)

    • Nicola Kopp
      Nicola Kopp 2 tahun yang lalu


    • Escape From NY
      Escape From NY 3 tahun yang lalu

      +vshvideo - and Kudos to Sen. Gabbard and other officials who work hard to bring education, and healthy food and healthy food choices to the masses.

    • DLRowzee
      DLRowzee 3 tahun yang lalu +2

      Thank you.

    • vshvideo
      vshvideo  4 tahun yang lalu +11

      To Nikolay Nikolov: Local public access (Hawaii) stations require an intro and end slate. 5 minutes of our President's initial comments were of local interest only, hence removed, but I felt the other 3 commentaries were of value, hence retained.
      -William Harris, M.D.

  • Rose Viola
    Rose Viola 4 tahun yang lalu +10

    I agree about sound and camera quality issues and also the way VHS edits videos, which is often jerky and distracting. Great content but these technical issues do detract from your valuable message.

    • Rose Viola
      Rose Viola 2 tahun yang lalu

      I listen to the content too but I do notice the technicalities, perhaps because I have a media background. I could look away but I rather like watching the speaker's face.

    • Vegan Nurse Practitioner
      Vegan Nurse Practitioner 2 tahun yang lalu +2

      +Rose Viola Gosh, I didn't even notice, but then again, I was listening to the content. Perhaps if you look away and just listen...

    • Rose Viola
      Rose Viola 4 tahun yang lalu +9

      Thank you. Do you need to edit out all "ums" and "ahs"? They are part of the natural flow of speech. Perhaps leaving them in might be less distracting for the viewer than the jerkiness that comes with editing them out.

  • Jaivijay Zaveri
    Jaivijay Zaveri 4 tahun yang lalu +1

    Sound quality very poor. Also VSH needs to use better camera to film in HD.

    • vshvideo
      vshvideo  4 tahun yang lalu +4

      Spoiler alert: technical problems (camera malfunction) intervened in the second half of this video. I apologize for this but the last half of the video was recorded by a zoomed camera in the back of the room and a wireless mike that picked up RF and room noise. The alternative here was no video at all.

    • Tom Goff
      Tom Goff 4 tahun yang lalu +1

      +MissPalmtree2012 No, I wasn't attacking Sudh or suggesting that he was offensive - I was just pointing out that we should be mindful of the challenges faced by bodies like VSH .

    • MissPalmtree2012
      MissPalmtree2012 4 tahun yang lalu +2

      +Tom Goff
      Tom, a suggestion that VSH should improve the video quality is not a slight at VSH, or a show of ingratitude for the great information they are providing. I think it is safe to assume that VSH posts these videos to help distribute information on the benefits of a plant-based diet. It is not offensive to point out that videos wherein one cannot hear large portions of the lectures is not furthering their goal of disseminating this vital information.

    • Tom Goff
      Tom Goff 4 tahun yang lalu +5

      Yes but getting these videos produced to professional standards is expensive. Most community groups like VSH simply can't afford it. I am just grateful that they have made these lectures available to the rest of us, free of charge.

  • MBDiane
    MBDiane 4 tahun yang lalu +5

    Wonderful Message! Please consider better video and audio, this is often difficult to view and hear, and that makes it harder for those that need it most to watch; it's too much of a distraction. Thanks to VSH, for all the videos. T. Colin Campbell is a living legend; his continued effort over decades has helped carry the message. Thank You.

    • lneasy2
      lneasy2 4 tahun yang lalu +1

      +vshvideo Will the videos be uploaded to IDclips?

    • MBDiane
      MBDiane 4 tahun yang lalu +2

      +vshvideo Thank You! You're investment in time and money in the health of thousands of people you have never met, is greatly appreciated. The VSH videos have helped make me a healthier person. Peace, Diane

    • vshvideo
      vshvideo  4 tahun yang lalu +3

      MBDiane: A new camera is on the way. All 190+ videos on this site were recorded and edited by me and since VSH is an all volunteer outfit all camera and other technical expenses were paid out of pocket by me.
      - William Harris, M.D.

  • Suhas A
    Suhas A 4 tahun yang lalu +10

    Dr T Colin Campbell is my hero too..a living legend..
    Makes me wanna shift over to Hawaii..with all the support from the Govt !

  • Edward Sanville
    Edward Sanville 4 tahun yang lalu

    The sound is muffled in the last half of the video.

  • Brooklyn Hudson
    Brooklyn Hudson 4 tahun yang lalu +35

    Campbell is my mentor. This man is a genius.

  • colonyofcells iamamachine2
    colonyofcells iamamachine2 4 tahun yang lalu +5

    Vegans should take vitamin b12 supplement everyday which many speakers forget to mention. T Colin Campbell does not often talk about the need for vitamin b12 but I heard rumors that his wife forces him to take vitamin b12 supplement everyday. Statistics do indicate married people and those who have community support live longer. Probably better to support farmers markets rather than grocery stores. Easier to avoid refined foods and processed foods if buy everything from the farmers markets. Better to avoid refined foods like oil, sweeteners, juice, refined white flour, protein powders, vegan milks, vegan cheese, tofu, salt, supplements (except vitamin b12), drugs, etc. which usually have zero fiber and usually zero micronutrients. Some processed foods have added refined fiber to fool consumers. If avoid refined foods, fiber supplements won't be needed. There's no need to talk about isolated substances like casein, protein, etc. and simpler to just say eat mostly plants and cooked mushrooms and reduce or eliminate animal products. There were a few traditional groups that ate more fatty animal products like inuit and greenland people who have evolutionary adaptations to a high fat diet. When population was low, some groups were able to live sustainably even on high animal diets and I heard inuit elders can commit suicide similar to programmed cell deaths in our bodies to avoid overpopulation. Most people are descended from farming groups and have adaptations to high starch diets.

    • ms3er
      ms3er Bulan Yang lalu

      Meh....most plant based milks that folks drink are enriched. Lots of people take a regular daily vitamin too.

    • Jay Cee
      Jay Cee Tahun Yang lalu

      colonyofcells del machine yes to b12 - I have heard T. Colin Campbell mention this should be supplemented in a few of his interviews. BUT, let's face it, in the Western World, we are mostly suffering from diseases of EXCESS not DEFICIENCY.

  • agustn
    agustn 4 tahun yang lalu +2

    Thanks for sharing this great lecture. Best regards from Spain.