Protein Myth, The

Protein Myth, The

The Protein Myth powerfully illustrates that the way to vibrant health and a peaceful world is to stop exploiting animals.

Protein Myth, The

The Protein Myth powerfully illustrates that the way to vibrant health and a peaceful world is to stop exploiting animals.

Paperback £11.99 || $19.95

Sep 30, 2011
978-1-84694-673-8

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978-1-78099-073-6

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David Gerow Irving
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Children's health, Healing (general)

Synopsis


The Protein Myth illustrates how we can avoid the major killer diseases by eliminating animal products from the diet. It challenges the healthcare establishment to stop ignoring the scientific evidence that a diet based on animal protein costs millions of lives. For example, why do the National Cancer Institute and the American Cancer Society turn a blind eye to the scientific facts that avoiding animal protein could prevent many women from getting breast cancer, by lowering their estrogen levels? And why does the entire medical establishment report that we are heart attack safe with a cholesterol count of 200 when 35% of heart attacks occur for people with cholesterol counts between 150 and 200?

The book also links the Western diet to many of the problems facing the world such as 1) the pollution of our atmosphere, rivers and streams, 2) the mass production of meat and dairy products on factory farms which is extremely cruel to animals, 3) the needless vivisection of animals at university laboratories for the sole purpose of getting billions of tax dollars from the public, 4) the manufacture of drugs to treat counterfeit diseases, 5) obesity in children, and 6) the creation of poverty in the developing world.

The Protein Myth makes a compelling case that the way to a healthier life and a better world is to end our abuse and exploitation of animals.

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