Animal Meat

Animal Meat

The health implications of consuming animal meat are far more reaching than what most people realise and are taught through nutritional education and standard media.

In fact, while westernised dietary guidelines advocate for the consumption of animal meat several times a week, this consumption is now known to lead to type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure and obesity in humans while various forms of cancer are also linked to meat. Large studies, such as the Harvard Meat and Mortality studies involving 120,00 people, show quite clearly that red animal meat consumption in particular is associated with an increased risk of total mortality, cardiovascular disease mortality and cancer mortality—meaning a significantly shorter lifespan.

Many people may enjoy the taste and have no issue with using animals as a food source, however the nutritional and health implications in an ever growing unhealthy and disease ridden world are evident that animal meat is not good for the human body.


Red Meat Promotes Cancer by Triggering an Immune Response

A new study shows that the human body views red animal meat as a foreign invader, sparks a toxic immune response and leads to the progression of cancer.


Why is Animal Meat Inflammatory to the Human Body?

Metabolic inflammation is a precursor to many chronic diseases such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and some forms of cancer. A landmark study finds out how animal meat affects the human body.


How Animal Fat Can Cause Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes is ranked in the top 10 leading causes of death in Australia, but how does animal fat in meat and dairy cause insulin resistance and progress diabetes?


How Exercise and Avoiding Meat Helps Mitigate Diabetes

Dr. Garth Davis’ new book, Proteinaholic, addresses the current protein obsession and the impacts on human health and the chronic diseases that plague much of the western world in alarming numbers.

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