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The Perfect Human Diet is an unprecedented global exploration to find a solution to our epidemic of overweight, obesity and diet-related disease – the #1 killer in America. The film bypasses current dietary group-think by exploring modern dietary science, previous historical findings, ancestral native diets and the emerging field of human dietary evolution; revealing for the first time, the authentic human diet. Film audiences finally have the opportunity to see what our species really needs for optimal health and are introduced to a practical template based on these breakthrough scientific facts.

CJ Hunt, Broadcast Journalist, Producer and Host with over twenty years in broadcasting, voice overs, television, live events, and is the author of two books on diet and health. The documentary evolved from his true-life story, beginning in 1978 when paramedics brought Mr. Hunt back to life at the age of 24 after suffering a full cardiac arrest while jogging. This incident evoked an intense passion to find out how we can all achieve longer, healthier and happier lives and then share that information with others.

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'CJ Hunt – The Perfect Human Diet – January 29, 2013' have 3 comments

  1. January 30, 2013 @ 11:57 am Faye Parker

    Since you did so much research, I was wondering why you are still saying that animal protein is the only source of Vit B12. According to what I’ve heard,even though I haven’t researched it myself, you can get Vit B12 from fermented vegetables. I have heard of strict vegans that when tested are not deficient of B12 & meat eaters who are deficient in B12. I am a nutritionist & will do the research in the future. Can you please comment? Please send this to CJ Hunt. Thank you.

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  2. February 4, 2013 @ 12:24 pm skg

    Dear OneRadio Listener,

    In my film THE PERFECT HUMAN DIET, Dr. Michael Eades, M.D., makes it clear that B-12 comes from animals sources and why. I think as a nutritionist you’d enjoy seeing these experts, and to be exposed to the most recent science. You can watch it on iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay, SonyPlayStation and many cable TV systems; also on DVD.

    To your question -The most thorough and recent answers to your questions that I’m aware of are here on Chris Kresser’s site. I learned of this on Robb Wolf’s podcast (www.robbwolf.com).

    Chris is a licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of integrative medicine. Looks like a great source for you to follow. Below is a select from his article that addresses your question.

    http://chriskresser.com/b12-deficiency-a-silent-epidemic-with-serious-consequences

    Sincerely,

    CJ Hunt

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    “Note to vegetarians and vegans: B12 is found ONLY in animal products

    B12 is the only vitamin that contains a trace element (cobalt), which is why it’s called cobalamin. Cobalamin is produced in the gut of animals. It’s the only vitamin we can’t obtain from plants or sunlight. Plants don’t need B12 so they don’t store it.

    A common myth amongst vegetarians and vegans is that it’s possible to get B12 from plant sources like seaweed, fermented soy, spirulina and brewers yeast. But plant foods said to contain B12 actually contain B12 analogs called cobamides that block intake of and increase the need for true B12.

    This explains why studies consistently demonstrate that up to 50% of long-term vegetarians and 80% of vegans are deficient in B12.

    The effects of B12 deficiency on kids are especially alarming. Studies have shown that kids raised until age 6 on a vegan diet are still B12 deficient even years after they start eating at least some animal products. In one study, the researchers found:

    …a significant association between cobalamin [b12] status and performance on tests measuring fluid intelligence, spatial ability and short-term memory” with formerly vegan kids scoring lower than omnivorous kids in each case.

    The deficit in fluid intelligence is particularly troubling, the researchers said, because:

    …it involves reasoning, the capacity to solve complex problems, abstract thinking ability and the ability to learn. Any defect in this area may have far-reaching consequences for individual functioning.

    I recognize that there are many reasons why people choose to eat the way they do, and I respect people’s right to make their own choices. I also know that, like all parents, vegetarians and vegans want the best for their children. This is why it’s absolutely crucial for those that abstain from animal products to understand that there are no plant sources of B12 and that all vegans and most vegetarians should supplement with B12. This is especially important for vegetarian or vegan children or pregnant women, whose need for B12 is even greater than adults.

    *For the entire article, see -http://chriskresser.com/b12-deficiency-a-silent-epidemic-with-serious-consequences

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  3. March 24, 2013 @ 10:06 am Easy Weight Loss

    I’m no longer certain where you’re getting your info, but good topic. I must spend some time finding out much more or understanding more. Thank you for great info I was on the lookout for this information for my mission.

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