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Animal protein causes cancer

The Standard American Diet (SAD) has an excessive level of animal protein in it and a major lack of whole plant-based foods. Experimental evidence taken from studies conducted worldwide indicate that cultures which consume primarily animal-based foods are far more likely to develop cancer than cultures which consume primarily plant-based foods.

Video: Watch the Lecture Here

In the video, Professor T. Colin Campbell (PhD) shares his data and observations, from his observations over decades of studying the effects of proteins and other dietary factors on health.

Dr. Campbell was once a staunch advocate for the consumption of animal protein, but the data that he encountered is clear and undeniable.

Dr. Lorraine Day – Diseases Don’t Just Happen!

In this 2h long video Dr. Day reveals the true causes for our diseases and gives the astonishing answers on how to get well living a healthy lifestlye and eating natural food thus improving our immune system. In addition, she exposes the disastrous side effects of the drugs used to treat these disorders. Discover the cause of your disease and find out how to get well. Dr. Lorraine Day herself developed severe advanced cancer and almost died – which became her supreme motivating factor for finding out how to get well. She recovered by natural methods, without chemotherapy, radiation or mutilating surgery. In the process of her research, she discovered that there are known causes for virtually every disease, even though this is never taught to doctors in medical school.

Video: Watch Dr. Lorraine Day’s 2hr Discussion on the lifestyle causes of common diseases

Some of the diseases discussed in video:

High blood pressure, diabetes and heart disease Cancer: all types including leukemia and AIDS Arthritis, lupus and sciatica Allergies, asthma and bronchitis Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Stomach ulcers and diseases of the colon Special problems of women including menopause and osteoporosis Flu, colds, headaches, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and many other diseases.

Transitioning to a Healthy Lifestyle

I often encounter individuals who are depressed about their health; they feel that, although they know some of the basics of a healthy lifestyle, there is little to nothing that they can do to change the situation. I was once of the same mindset, and I can honestly say that much can be done with a few fundamental changes in perception.

Many of us fail to realize that, in order to break out of the cycle of self-abuse, it is essential that daily habits come under scrutiny. Unfortunately, however, most of us cleave tightly to our habits as if they were some sort of sacred ritual not to be criticized or changed in any way. This is individualism at its best. I cannot even begin to keep track of the number of health-related exchanges I’ve had with others in which they dismiss rock-solid scientific evidence because it is inconvenient or it causes them to call into question the beneficiality of their daily routines.

One thing that we need to keep in mind, however, is that the human body is a marvelous machine. When it is cared for properly, it will thrive and provide years of happiness and harmony. When it is abused, it will gradually break down and cause physical and spiritual degredation.

Many will argue that they are perfectly happy eating highly processed foods. Sure, they may feel quite well after gulping down a giant soft drink or eating a bag of cheezy poofs; but do any of these people realize what chemical reactions are taking place in their body after imbibing these substances?

Changing to a Vegetable-Based Diet

The human body functions best when its diet consists of un-processed natural ingredients. It is therefore essential that one avoid the center portion of the supermarket, as most of the foods in this portion are highly processed, utilize partially hydrogenated oils and may contain harmful sugar substitutes such as Splenda.

Optimally, 80-90% of our food should be fresh produce, with the bulk of that being above-ground vegetables. Fresh produce contains valuable enzymes, is easy for the body to digest and aids in the elimination of wastes and accumulated toxins.

If you find it difficult to believe that the typical diet is so far off from what it needs to be, try adding a decent amount of produce to your daily intake and note how you feel a week later. If your experience is anything like mine, you will achieve the necessary motivation once you feel the tremendous difference a produce-based diet makes.

Keys to a Healthy Lifestyle

I’ve discovered, through my experiences, that most of the effort consumed while sucessfully transitioning is geared towards restraint. There are many foods available in the supermarket which have some level of toxicity; we have to do our homework and understand this before we place these foods into our bodies.

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