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Milk and dairy- Health risk correlations

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Complete protein- IGF signaling in cancer formation

Complete protein- IGF signaling in cancer formation

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.
The Anatomy of Cancer- Health risk correlations

The Anatomy of Cancer- Health risk correlations

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.
High protein diet- Health risk correlations

High protein diet- Health risk correlations

Scarcity is the rule of protein in nature. In evolutionary terms, anthropologists have proven that hominids 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.
Protein Requirements- Inconvenient truth

Protein Requirements- Inconvenient truth

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- New food pyramid and suppression of science

WHO dietary guidelines- New food pyramid and suppression of science

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.
Refined sugar health risk correlations- Understanding the basics

Refined sugar health risk correlations- Understanding the basics

Children consume around one-fifth of their total calorie needs from just refined sugar. If we add fat and the rest of nutrition-deprived processed foods to the list it becomes a complete nutrition nightmare.
What Is a Processed Food? -Understanding the Basics

What Is a Processed Food? -Understanding the Basics

Processed food means that something from whole food is removed, usuually fiber and something is added, usually fat, sugar, salt, and msg in order to increase palatibilaty and sales.
Water fluoridation- Scientific review

Water fluoridation- Scientific review

Fluoride inactivates 62 enzymes in the body, inactivates DNA and RNA repair enzymes activity, it is mutagenic, causes DNA damage, increases cancers and all other diseases correlated with mutations, disrupts the immune system.

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The tale of Big Pharma- IG Farben

The tale of Big Pharma- IG Farben

The part of Rockefeller monopoly on chemical and medicine industries came into fulfillment after WW2. Standard Oil and IG Farben cooperation made this into reality.
Allopathic Medicine- The Rise of an Industry

Allopathic Medicine- The Rise of an Industry

The balance of medical branches remained equal to about the turn of the 20th century when new medical treatments emerged that were potentially very profitable.
The McGovern Report- Special Interest and The Suppression of Science

The McGovern Report- Special Interest and The Suppression of Science

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The humans omnivores dilemma- Meat consumption, probiotic bacteria, inflammation, and the gut

The humans omnivores dilemma- Meat consumption, probiotic bacteria, inflammation, and the gut

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Pesticides in food, exposure in the standard American diet- 80 percent from meat

Pesticides in food, exposure in the standard American diet- 80 percent from meat

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Cause of Obesity- Maladaptation or addiction

Cause of Obesity- Maladaptation or addiction

What is the cause of obesity epidemic? For all life on Earth, food is not a choice. The hardest thing for the animal in the wilderness is to gain weight.
Optimal human diet- Chronic diseases, diet wars, and the vegan argument

Optimal human diet- Chronic diseases, diet wars, and the vegan argument

Our natural optimal human diet is something that our hominin ancestors were eating for 30 million years, not anatomically modern humans in the Stone age.
Environmental toxicity- It is just a food chain

Environmental toxicity- It is just a food chain

Environmental toxicity is the bioaccumulation of toxins. Organisms are filters. But there is one more even worse process called biomagnification in food chain.
Obesity Risk Factors

Obesity Risk Factors

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Inflammation and diet- Vegan argument

Inflammation and diet- Vegan argument

We evolved to receive a burst of protective antioxidants when we eat but there are not present in meat. Inflammation and diet have a high level of correlation.
Sulforaphane- The superpower of broccoli

Sulforaphane- The superpower of broccoli

Sulforaphane is the most potent natural phase 2 enzyme-inducer know to science. It is also an inhibitor of carcinogen-induced mammary tumorigenesis.
Brain size, intelligence and meat consumption- The vegan argument

Brain size, intelligence and meat consumption- The vegan argument

Combining some amount of foraged meat to the predominantly vegan diet did not become a pivotal force in the emergence of human intelligence and brain size.
China study- The vegan argument

China study- The vegan argument

China study showed that there is no heart disease or cancer or diabetes in undeveloped rural communities in the world with starch-based vegan diets.
Allopathic Medicine-The Psychology of Fear

Allopathic Medicine-The Psychology of Fear

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Milk and dairy- Health risk correlations

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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.
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High protein diet- Health risk correlations

Scarcity is the rule of protein in nature. In evolutionary terms, anthropologists have proven that hominids 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.
Protein Requirements- Inconvenient truth

Protein Requirements- Inconvenient truth

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- New food pyramid and suppression of science

WHO dietary guidelines- New food pyramid and suppression of science

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.
Refined sugar health risk correlations- Understanding the basics

Refined sugar health risk correlations- Understanding the basics

Children consume around one-fifth of their total calorie needs from just refined sugar. If we add fat and the rest of nutrition-deprived processed foods to the list it becomes a complete nutrition nightmare.
What Is a Processed Food? -Understanding the Basics

What Is a Processed Food? -Understanding the Basics

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    by Alison Andrews (Loving It Vegan) on November 30, 2022

    These vegan pumpkin scones are gorgeously spiced and loaded with the best fall flavors! Soft, flaky and moist and topped with a delicious glaze. If you love baking with pumpkin then these vegan pumpkin scones are going to be your new favorite. And I know that I’m coming in on the last day of fall… Read More » The post Vegan Pumpkin Scones […]

  • Classic Vegan Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies
    by Dana @ Minimalist Baker (Vegan Archives – Minimalist Baker) on November 30, 2022

    We’re no strangers to chocolate chip cookies (exhibits A, B, C, D, and E), but we were missing a more classic version of this timeless treat. Not anymore! Meet decadent vegan and gluten-free chocolate chip cookies with chewy, tender centers and crispy edges.  Made in 1 bowl with just 8 ingredients and a quick chill time, these buttery, […]

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    Find gluten-free baking confusing? You’re not alone. When we first started attempting gluten-free recipes, it was overwhelming. Gluten-free flours can be expensive and daunting to know which ones to use when. Now that we’ve been cooking gluten-free for years, we wanted to share what we’ve learned in the process, as well as a bit about our […]

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    by Dana @ Minimalist Baker (Vegan Archives – Minimalist Baker) on November 29, 2022

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    Potatoes and onions in pancake form? It’s a favorite for a reason, friends. These vegan and gluten-free latkes are crispy on the outside, tender on the inside, SO delicious, and perfect for the holidays and beyond!  These latkes might look unassuming, but they took many tests to perfect. Not only is the final result fluffy, savory, and […]

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  • Vegan Baked French toast
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  • Vegan Thanksgiving Guide
    by Jenne (Sweet Potato Soul by Jenné Claiborne) on November 22, 2022

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  • Vegan Salisbury Steak with Mushroom Gravy
    by Gena Hamshaw (The Full Helping) on November 22, 2022

    This vegan salisbury steak with mushroom gravy is made with nutritious, satisfying tempeh. It’s an entirely homemade, plant-based version of the classic American comfort food dish. This is a hearty and cozy meal that’s perfect for winter and also a great option for the holidays. I have a soft spot for American comfort food classics. […]

  • Scalloped Potato Roll
    by Richa (Vegan Richa) on November 20, 2022

    Level up the scalloped potatoes with this smoky Scalloped Potato Roll – that’s scalloped potatoes, brushed with a smoky bacony marinade, baked then rolled up with a savory lentil sausage filling! So delicious! Glutenfree Nutfree recipe My assistant Dalana is quite creative with  presentation of foods she likes and she happens to love […]

  • Vegan Stuffing
    by Alison Andrews (Loving It Vegan) on November 19, 2022

    The best vegan stuffing recipe and soon to be your new favorite side dish. Buttery and delicious and packed with flavor from sage, thyme and rosemary. The perfect side for any special occasion. This vegan stuffing is baked to golden perfection with tons of flavor and the perfect mix of spices. It’s perfect comfort food… Read More » The post […]

  • Jackfruit Curry
    by Alison Andrews (Loving It Vegan) on November 18, 2022

    This rich and creamy jackfruit curry is made with a fragrant mix of spices and ‘meaty’ jackfruit in a creamy tomato based sauce! If you love a good curry then you must try this awesome jackfruit curry. It’s super simple to make and tastes amazing. The jackfruit provides a ‘meaty’ texture that is similar to… Read More » The post […]