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Vitamins that regulate homocysteine levels are B12, folate, and B6. Most non-vegans get enough B12 but not enough folate while vegans get more folate but do not have any B12 if not supplemented.
Nutrients like vitamin C, vitamin E, antioxidants, potassium… are not present in the animal kingdom. Nutrient deficiencies in a western style meat and processed food dominated diet are impossible to correct without dietary change.
Epidemiological evidence suggests that A1 milk with the a1 beta-casein variant is a possible risk factor in the development of type 1 diabetes in children, autism, and heart illnesses in adults.
Known associations with dairy consumption are ovarian cancer, cataract, diabetes type 1, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue, headaches, hyperactivity (add, ADHD), allergy, congestion, asthma and respiratory problems, early arteriosclerosis from oxidized cholesterol and cardiac arterial disease, a decline of the intelligence, pimples, infertility, bedwetting, osteoporosis, and IGF 1 related diseases. In cow’s milk are bacteria, viruses, prions, antibiotics, hormones, pesticides, and other toxins and heavy metals.
Low levels of chronic metabolic acidosis is a common phenomenon in the Western world. Most people that eat the standard American diet are in a state of chronic acidosis and are not aware of it.
When you eat animal protein you have four times the chance to develop all types of cancer. When you smoke you have a four-time chance to develop lung cancer.
About 2% of cancers are by medicine considered to be purely caused by genetic factors. The same range as within the animal kingdom. You haven’t been told the whole truth.
Scarcity is the rule of protein in nature. In evolutionary terms, anthropologists have proven that hominins lived an average of 15 to 25 grams of protein a day. In the modern western type of high-protein diet we would consume that amount for breakfast only.
When anthropologist studies showed that hominins lived on average of 15 to 20 grams of protein a day there was a so-called a “Great protein fiasco” back in the 1970s.
WHO dietary guidelines recommend a diet low in saturated fat (animal protein), sugar, and salt and high in fruit and vegetables as a requirement to tackle the epidemic rise of chronic diseases worldwide.