|I posted a link to a video by Walter Veith regarding health and the research he did on the subject.
So, what was the response???
Atheists attack him for being an Adventist [never mind studies done by secular publications discussing the long life of Adventists]
Atheists attack him for his other videos on topics concerning Rome and other topics.
None of this has to do with HEALTH.
Quit the ad hominem. Use logic.
Even the extreme liberal Huffington Post had this to say:
In an attempt to “reverse engineer longevity,” Dan Buettner has spent years researching the parts of the world where people live much longer than average. Most of those locations are outside the United States — including Sardinia, Italy, and Okinawa, Japan — but there is one long-living group stateside. It’s the Seventh-day Adventists, who live an average of 10 years longer than the American life expectancy of about 79 years.
Buettner, whose work is part of the Blue Zones Project, joined HuffPost Live’s Caitlyn Becker on Wednesday to explain what Seventh-day Adventists do right. That includes eating a plant-based diet and having “a social network that reinforces the right behavior.” Their religious beliefs are also a big help, he said.
Here's a Wikipedia article on Adventist Health:
It is well known that Adventists have a top-notch study on health research, and one that works. Even secular publications admit that.