Karl de Leeuw talks about the Lets Live Longer Now study

Karl de Leeuw is today’s guest on The Segilola Salami Show podcast. Karl talks about the Lets Live Longer Now Study – a 36 month study to show the world all diseases can be reversed with emphasis on Osteoporosis, Cystic Fibrosis and Multiple Sclerosis. I assure you, you need to click play now to listen to this most intriguing conversation with Karl de Leeuw.

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About Karl de Leeuw

Karl de Leeuw is one of the world’s leading campaigners of climate change via the reduction of atmospheric methane and is the foremost expert in healthy eating via the Seagan diet. He is the author of The Healthspring Code, The Universe Code and The Dyslexia Code, and is the founder of LETS LIVE LONGER NOW.

If you are in a research university and keen with Karl de Leeuw to take on a 36 month study to
show how three diseases and coronavirus can be reversed please contact Karl on social media


Karl de Leeuw podcast interview on the lets live longer now study

About the Lets Live Longer Now Study

It is a 36 Month oven ready study based on the Seagan diet.

Research proves that a seagan diet is key to longevity. As its name suggests, seagans are those who follow a vegan diet. They eat no meat, dairy products, eggs or other animal biproducts. But unlike vegans, seagans also eat fish and other seafood.

Our research suggests that a seagan diet is the secret to living longer and, crucially, to avoiding some of the biggest killers like cancer and MS. My book “The Healthspring Code” draws on studies into the longevity nations (and in particular the Hunzakuts of Northern Pakistan); on studies by Oxford University and Cornell University; on separate studies by Professor Franco Berrino and Professor George Jelinek; and on anecdotal symptomatic evidence by authors Karl de Leeuw and Jackie Kilroe.

Ph in the body and why going vegan is currently dangerous
Karl will discuss how ph work in the body and why meat, dairy and egg is acidic forming in the body and why going vegan is currently very dangerous.


About The Segilola Salami Show

The Segilola Salami show is an audio podcast talk show hosted by the female Nigerian-British podcaster Segilola Salami who is also an author, freelance writer and blogger. Please click here to see the full list of Yoruba children’s books written by Segilola Salami.

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