Red Meat Linked to Colorectal Cancer
Colorectal cancer affects 160,000 Americans every year and red meat
has been linked to this disease by numerous studies in the past. Once
again, a recent study from the Ontario Family Colorectal Cancer
Registry, established by the U.S. National Cancer Institute, indicated
that people who eat the most red meat had a 67 percent higher risk of
colorectal cancer, regardless of any genetic factors they may have had.
This study compared the diets of people who had been diagnosed with
colorectal cancer to the diets of people who did not have cancer.
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to Colorectal Cancer
The intake of animal products, in this case red meat, has been shown
to cause many of the typical chronic diseases that our society suffers.
On the other hand, a plant-based diet, God’s ideal diet for us, has been
shown to reduce or even prevent these diseases.
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