The Evidence

September 10, 2020

Learn More About Chadwick Boseman and Colon Cancer.

From 1970 to 1980, for people 50 and older, rates of colon and colo-rectal cancers were declining.  However, by the mid-19890s, young adults were increasingly stricken […]
September 4, 2020

Cows & Cancer: First the Red Meat – Now the Milk?

A study  published in the International Journal of Epidemiology found that “Higher intakes of dairy milk were associated with greater risk of breast cancer….Current guidelines for dairy milk consumption […]
August 25, 2020

Doctors are leading the way to health-related dietary improvements.

Click here to see the video and read more: Most people want to avoid taxes, and food taxes aren’t usually welcome.  But in an unusual move, […]
August 21, 2020

What is a Coronavirus? How is it Related to Red Meat?

Viruses are very small – much smaller than a cell. All viruses invade cells and use the cells’ own mechanisms to reproduce themselves. There are four […]
August 14, 2020

The Vegan US President: Guess Who?

August 10, 2020

How to Prevent Sports Injuries?

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Red Meat Hormones Can Cause Breast Cancer

A study of some 90,000 women published in the Archives of Internal Medicine shows that women who ate over 6 ounces of red meat daily have 2x the risk of developing breast cancer – then women who ate 3 or fewer weekly servings.

The Iron in Meat is Linked to Alzheimer’s & Colorectal Cancer

Meat has an excessive amount of iron, according to a UCLA study, which accumulates in the brain and can destroy the myelin coating of nerve fibers. Myelin destruction leads to Alzheimer’s. Further, red meat increases colorectal cancer risk for one in three people by triggering an inflammatory response that’s a precursor to cancer.

Red meat Increases Type 2 Diabetes Risk

A recent JAMA Internal Medicine report indicates that red meat – 3.5 oz. of red meat or 1.8 ounces of processed meat such as hot dogs or bacon – causes a 19% to 51% risk increase for diabetes, according to endocrinologist researcher Dan Nadeau, MD. “Diets rich in animal products,” he writes, “contribute to the increased risk incidence of obesity and Type 2 diabetes in the U.S.”

E. Coli Proliferation in Red Meat Has Serious Health Risk

A hamburger may contain meat from 10 to 1,000 cows, and the more animals mixed in the greater the risk of E. coli. Dehydration, abdominal cramps and kidney failure are some of the risks arising from hamburgers, says the Centers for Disease Control.
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Red Meat Production Wastes Many Different Resources.

Red meat causes more environmental damage than other foodstuffs. Livestock need lots of land, food, water and energy. A single quarter-pounder requires 7 pounds of grain, 53 gallons of water, 75 square feet of grazing area, and over 1,000 BTUs for production and transport. Red meat is the single largest cause (over 51%) of greenhouse gases, and, therefore, global warming.

Red Meat “Glue” Creates Higher & More Significant Contaminant Risks

Smaller meat cuts are made into larger, more attractive cuts with transglutaminase “glue.” It forms an invisible bond and allows the creation of round filet mignons from smaller pieces – creating a much higher risk of contaminant exposure.

Cruelty To Food Animals is Appalling

Paul Shapiro, VP of Farm Animal Protection at the Humane Society of the U.S., writes “From locking animals in tiny cages to slicing parts of their bodies off without pain relief, to growing them so obese so fast they become lame – these are by far the biggest causes of animal suffering in the world.” This situation is perpetuated by our consumption of red meat.