Would you consider becoming a vegan after reading this? It turns out there are more benefits to avoiding animals products than we thought.
Currently one in two men and one in three women here in the United States will develop cancer in their lifetimes. Cancer is a very serious disease that many have been making far too much money off of for too long. The cancer industry is a terrible corrupt one that does not want patients coming out alive.
That being said, the number of cancer cases here in the United States has been expected to double by 2050. Could the solution to our cancer problems be a simple unprocessed plant-based diet? One study done back in 2005 showed us that vegan blood is eight times more effective when it comes to killing cancer than blood taken from people who followed a standard American diet.
Lifestyle changes such as going vegan can have an enormous impact on your long-term health. Along with the lack of meat, these people tend to participate in things that can also positively impact your health like stress management, meditation, yoga, and things of the sort. The goal of this study was to see which diet resulted in blood was more effective at suppressing cancer growth. The conclusion is more than enough to speak for itself.
‘Experimental group patients were prescribed an intensive lifestyle program that included a vegan diet supplemented with soy (1 daily serving of tofu plus 58 gm of a fortified soy protein powdered beverage), fish oil (3 gm daily), vitamin E (400 IU daily), selenium (200 mcg daily) and vitamin C (2 gm daily), moderate aerobic exercise (walking 30 minutes 6 days weekly), stress management techniques (gentle yoga-based stretching, breathing, meditation, imagery and progressive relaxation for a total of 60 minutes daily) and participation in a 1-hour support group once weekly to enhance adherence to the intervention.10 The diet was predominantly fruits, vege- tables, whole grains (complex carbohydrates), legumes and soy products, low in simple carbohydrates and with approx- imately 10% of calories from fat.11 The diet is intensive but palatable and practical. In earlier studies, most patients were able to adhere to this diet for at least 5 years.’
Eight times more effective when it comes to killing cancer cells is more than worth missing out on some meat. When it comes to things like this it is hard to argue the facts. What do you think about this?