• Leading scientist who has fought cancer six times urge people to give up dairy

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    10 months ago

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/healthyeating/10868428/Give-up-dairy-products-to-beat-cancer.html

    Main points:
    She brings up the link between animal products and cancer
    Talks about how the Chinese have very little dairy in their diet and as a result are 12 times less likely to get breast cancer
    Quote: “This means that a vegan diet is lower in cancer-promoting molecules and higher in the binding proteins that reduce the action of these molecules,”

    Thoughts? Do you think her diet has helped her battle cancer or is it just chemotherapy?

    I personally believe that her diet has helped her a lot. People underestimate how much food has an impact on health. The fact that she fought cancer 5 times in 4 years and then had an 18 year gap in between the 5th and 6th time after changing her diet speaks volumes.

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  • Profile photo of Sagojyou

    10 months ago

    I believe it’s diet too. I mean, look at how there are visible benefits by going vegan (skin clears up, etc). So I don’t see why it’s not the diet.
    Food is the only way people get energy, so it does affect people. I’d like to hope that more people make that connection.

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  • Profile photo of Bluehawaii01

    10 months ago

    I believe it’s her diet. Meat & dairy are the causes for cancer. Yet, people don’t understand that. I also believe chemo and those types of treatment kill you.
    Thanks for posting this!

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  • Profile photo of ava-c

    10 months ago

    Hey @TeeterDance!

    Thanks for posting this awesome article. I always get excited when I read about how life saving and transformative the vegan diet is. The health journey of Ruth Heidrich has also been an inspiration to me! http://ruthheidrich.com/

    <3 Ava from peta2

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