Un beau passage, au cours d'un billet technique sur la cétogène ou le vegan, par Marty Kendall, spécialiste du diabète par la force des choses (via son épouse, diabétique de type 1): I have a dream. Je vous le copie/colle, pour que vous puissiez soit le traduire pour tous, soit le faire traduire automatiquement. Il fait partie du billet Vegan vs keto for diabetes… which is one optimal?
I have a dream that one-day nutrition will be defined by the nutrients that a food contains and the health benefits that it confers rather than religious and ethical beliefs or commercial interests.
I have a dream that all people, mothers and children, fathers and brothers, would be able to clearly understand the foods that are truly optimal for them.
I have a dream that one day all people afflicted with diabetes will be able to choose foods that will enable them to achieve normal blood sugars and restore the health and vitality that they deserve.
Further, that they will be able to choose optimal foods, with engineering precision, without being affiliated with the needless ridicule that they will needlessly die of a heart attack due to unnecessary fears about ‘artery-clogging saturated fat’ or ‘harmful animal proteins’.
I have a dream that one day people will have, freely in their grasp, quality nutritional information that enables them to make informed choices that will, in turn, bring about a new day in the commercial food environment.
I dream that one day all people, obese, diabetic, children and athletes alike, will be free from the corruption of Big Food and Big Pharma working through diabetes educators, diabetes associations, heart associations, medical institutions and animal welfare advocates.
Free at least. Free at last.
I hope that one day we will be free at last.