Our food choice are killing us.

Speaking of heart disease: the role of alcohol is small, the role of sugar is exceedingly small too, smoking is big [but many people at one time quit], but the big killer is an animal-based diet. When we eat these kind of DEAD MEAT bacteria toxins, within minutes, you get a burst of inflammation within your system to a point that the bacteria paralyze the arteries. Its noticeably clear that animal protein plays an enormous role in heart disease. Chicken is a big role in Heart disease. Heterocyclic Amines is a category 1 Carcinogen. When you eat food like beef, steak, or processed meats i.e. hotdogs, you are not just getting saturated fats, you are also getting toxins that are in those foods. i.e. Heme Iron, Carcinogens, and chemicals. Many food companies are not making the process safer, people never thought what led to heart disease, some believe its genetic, people do not think what they ate led to the disease, i.e. heart disease, diabetes, dementia, etc. People have bad lifestyles; they have been exposed to a certain way of living/eating that they carried on into their adulthood and to their children; that is why they go on developing the same disease. Even if you have a genetic predisposition, that does not mean it is going to manifest. What determines weather it manifests or not is strongly based on epigenetics, things that you can control, life dietary factors and lifestyle factors. We can actually change the expression of our genes, by what we eat, what we put inn our bodies. Animal Meat carries a chemical called Dioxin,[a group of chemical compounds that are persistent environmental pollutants. some of them are highly toxic, but the toxicity ranges from 30.000 folds]. With men, they can not get rid of this chemical, woman can only rid this chemical when they give birth. It passes via the placenta and via the breast milk to the baby. So, if a expecting mother eats food loaded with animal meat/products, she will pass this chemical to the baby.


Dr. Neal Bernard, M.D.

Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, M.D.

Dr. Michael Greger, M.D.

Dr Michael Klaper, M.D.

Dr. Michelle McMacken, M.D.

Susan Levin, R.D.

Dr. Alan Goldhamer.


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