WATCH: Plant Based Doctor Educates TV Host About Cheese

The vegan doctor educates Dr. Stork on his unhealthy habits
 

Plant-based doctor Kristi Funk has schooled The Doctors' Travis Stork on meat and dairy products.

Dr. Stork, who has admitted he who doesn't 'want to live life without cheese', was elegantly educated on the health dangers of animal-based foods by the vegan doctor.

"I think all of the meats are less healthy than you might be led to believe," explained Dr. Funk.

Dr. Stork goes on to contradict himself, saying that while he thinks people should move towards a 'primarily vegetarian diet', he believes 'we've got to start taking incremental steps'.

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