This dietary lifestyle can prevent and even reverse 70% to 80% of existing, symptomatic disease, with an equivalent savings in health-care costs for those who comply.
Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) October 02, 2013
It’s commonly known condition to suffer from swollen joints and arthritis which can usually be attributed to gradual wear and tear. Studies from the past revealed that dietary changes couldn't relieve the symptoms of these painful conditions. However, looking back at the diets that were studied it's clear that they all included moderate levels of dairy and meat. With increased knowledge of modern diets, dietitians now have the support to say that dietary changes can in fact resolve the painful symptoms of arthritis, swollen joints and more.
On September 18, 2012 Dr. Campbell, professor emeritus of nutritional sciences at Cornell University and co-author of "The China Study” states for the Wall Street Journal that the most convincing proof on whether eating meat and dairy is good for people actually comes from the effects of not eating them. A growing number of people resolve their arthritic, migraine and cardiac pain when they eliminate dairy foods from their diet. For a dramatic improvement, Dr. Campbell recommends a diet which eliminates or has a very low intake of salt, sugar, and fat. “This dietary lifestyle can prevent and even reverse 70% to 80% of existing, symptomatic disease, with an equivalent savings in health-care costs for those who comply.”
Considering the health benefits and popularization of vegan and vegetarian diets one could expect to see a large variety of restaurants serving this specific demographic in all major cities. In a city like Vancouver, where the downtown core is home to an abundance of active people with the sea wall nearby, a plethora of Yoga studios and numerous fitness centers, it’s expected that the demand for vegan and vegetarian options is constantly increasing. However, Vancouver failed to meet the growing demand for a vegan and vegetarian restaurant that serves a great experience as well as great food - that is until late 2009.
Local restaurant, Panz Veggie known for their genuine service and pleasing atmosphere serves up a delicious take on vegan and vegetarian Chinese cuisine. Sheila Panz, owner and manager of Panz Veggie says that “There has been a significant increase in business in the last year and most of these customers are not vegan or vegetarian, but they are interested in integrating healthier and more balanced diets into their lifestyle.” This provides insight that modern dietary studies have been gaining traction among the general public as evidence shows an increasing amount of people are leaning towards eating more meals without dairy and meat.
About Panz Veggie
Panz Veggie is a Vancouver Restaurant that specializes in vegan and vegetarian Chinese cuisine. The manager, Sheila Panz noticed two opportunities in Vancouver’s restaurant industry before opening her doors in 2009. The first opportunity was that vegan and vegetarian Chinese cuisine is often underrated and is rarely offered in a delectable manner. The second opportunity was that the vegan and vegetarian scene in Vancouver was missing a restaurant with an inviting atmosphere, genuine service and above all – ethically prepared meals using fresh and local produce.