Matt Ruscigno

Nutrinic

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Registered Dietitian, vegan, endurance athlete, and cofounder of Nutrinic in Pasadena.

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The new Netflix documentary “What the Health” is made by two animal rights activists who argue that a vegan diet is the cure for all chronic diseases; that meat, dairy and fat cause…

Vegan dietitian raises concerns over 'What the Health'

The new Netflix documentary “What the Health” is made by two animal rights activists who argue that a vegan diet is the cure for all chronic diseases; that meat, dairy and fat cause…

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