Why it is not healthy to eat any meat




Did you know that cholesterol is present only in ANIMAL products andPLANTS have NO cholesterol.


Did you know that OUR BODY DOESNT REQUIRE ANY DIETARY CHOLESTEROL…our body can make all cholesterol what it needs by itself.



• 100g raw Beef – 62mg Cholesterol

• 100g raw Pork – 72mg Cholesterol

• 100g raw Lamb – 73mg Chol.

• 100g raw Chicken – 73mg Chol.

• 100g raw Salmon – 46mg Chol.

• 100g raw Tuna – 38mg Chol.

• 100g raw Cod – 43mg Cholesterol


HIGH cholesterol and saturated fat leads to – HEART Diseases & CORONARY Diseases (high blood pressure, stroke, arteriosclerosis, heart attack) and Diabetes type 2.

In this supporting article you can read more “The Meat-Cancer Connection”


“The liver naturally produces all the cholesterol the human body requires, so we never need outside sources. All foods from animals – dairy products, meat (no matter what kind), fish, and eggs – contain cholesterol, whereas plants have essentially none. Cholesterol is a trouble maker”

“Cholesterol-containing foods should be avoided completely. The optimal intake of cholesterol in the adult is probably zero.” (Taken from the article above)


Meat contains ENDOTOXINS (dead meat bacteria toxins)


After a meal of animal products people suffer from endotoxemia which means that a bloodstream contains bacteria toxins called endotoxins (dead meat bacteria toxins) which are present in an animal products. They CAN’T be destroyed by our stomach acid, pancreatic enzymes, boiling or cooking for hours. These bacteria are highly resistant.

Animal fat plays profound role in this whole process. The animal fat actually ferry the endotoxins through the gut to our system. Saturated animal fat boost the absorption of endotoxins into our bloodstream.

The endotoxins are the reason that animal products trigger immediate inflammation in our body. And Inflammation in our body causes rheumatoid arthritis, allergies and asthma, cancer

In this video you can find more information about  “Dead Meat Bacteria Endotoxemia”


Meat contains AFLATOXINS


Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus are the moulds that produce Aflatoxin. These fungi can produce their toxic compounds on almost any food that will support growth. They are probably the best known and most intensively researched mycotoxins in the world. Aflatoxins have been associated with various diseases, such as aflatoxicosis, in livestock, domestic animals and humans throughout the world.

Aflatoxins often occur in crops in the field prior to harvest. Postharvest contamination can occur if crop drying is delayed and during storage of the crop if water is allowed to exceed critical values for the mould growth.

Milk, eggs, and meat products are sometimes contaminated because of the animal consumption of aflatoxin-contaminated feed. The commodities with the highest risk of aflatoxin contamination are corn, peanuts, and cottonseed.

Because aflatoxins are potent carcinogens in some animals, there is interest in the effects of long-term exposure to low levels of these important mycotoxins on humans. In 1988, the IARC placed aflatoxin B1 on the list of human carcinogens.

MEAT vs CANCER – In 1968, Dr. T. Colin Campbell  detailed a study that was the first widely accepted study to be published regarding the intake of animal protein and increased cancer risk.

Researchers found that the animals in the study who ate a diet made up of 20% protein had the strongest tumour growth rate, while animals only fed 5% protein had absolutely no tumour growth whatsoever. Over three weeks, animals were fed the same rates of protein and those who ate a diet of 20% experienced massive, fast tumour growth, while those who at only 5% protein still had no tumour growth whatsoever. For the last three weeks of the study, researchers removed protein from the animals’ diet that were eating 20% protein and their tumour growths completely stopped.


The unique part about the study was that an increase in PLANT-BASED PROTEINS intake showed NO increase in tumour growth rate.

This is clear evidence that animal protein contributes to cancer and plant-based proteins do not.




Which affect our body profoundly.

ANTIBIOTICS – being used to promote rapid growth in animals and to prevent them from dying from the diseases that are rampant on factory farms. But that’s not the only danger associated with dosing animals raised for their flesh with antibiotics. Roxarsone, an antibiotic commonly used on factory farms, contains significant amounts of the most carcinogenic form of arsenic. USDA researchers have found that “eating 2 ounces of chicken per day—the equivalent of a third to a half of a boneless breast—exposes a consumer to 3 to 5 micrograms of inorganic arsenic, the element’s most toxic form.” Daily exposure to low doses of arsenic can dramatically increase the risk of cancer, dementia, neurological problems, and other ailments in humans.

PESTICIDES – Although humans do ingest some herbicides and pesticides from plant foods, scientists report that animal products are responsible for roughly 80 to 90 percent of dietary pesticide exposure. Pesticides are sprayed on crops that are eventually fed to farmed animals, and pesticides accumulate in their bodies over time. When we eat the meat the pesticides that they have eaten during their lives are transferred to us.

HORMONES – which make cows grow larger and produce more milk than they would naturally. This hormones are prohibited for over-the-counter use by humans in the United States. Scientists have clearly shown that these hormones can increase the risk of disrupted development and cancer in humans.


Meat contains NO FIBRE


Which leads to constipation.




And our body needs carbohydrates for energy.


I have also summarized another couple of articles and videos for you to see and read “why it is not healthy to eat any meat


1. Meat Causes Disease? “Meat Less” (video)

2. Paleo Diet found linked to human Death.Grass Fed Unprocessed Meat linked to Cancer.Scientific Study (video)

3. The Effects of Meat on Health by Dr Brian Clement – Hippocrates Institute (video)

4. Harvard’s Meat and Mortality Studies (video)

5. How Tumors Use Meat to Grow: Xeno-Autoantibodies (video)

6. The Secret’s Out: The Reason Red Meat is So Bad for Our Health (article)




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