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The Unexamined Myth Of Protein Deficiency For Plant-Based Diet

By Lusea Lu / August 5, 2015
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Too Much Protein Actually Causes Illness

In fact, eating TOO MUCH meat is associated with obesity, diabetes, heart disease, many cancers, and truth be known, why are we focused on one source of macronutrients instead of the entire picture? When you were chowing down on that steak, no one asked you “were you getting your fiber right?” However, we all know fiber is something most people do not consume enough of with the average SAD diet (Standard American Diet), where the average American consumes about a third of their daily Fiber requirements. When you put that in perspective with the over consumption of protein and the under consumption of vital nutrients from plants, it’s no wonder most of us are nutrient-deficient.

In this short clip, Dr. Campell, the author of the most comprehensive scientific nutrition study up to date, The China Study, discusses the negative effects that meat and dairy (animal proteins) have on humans. We as a society are sicker now than ever before with degenerative diseases brought on from an overload of animal products.

In Page 3, you’ll find out why Protein is not an issue at all

About Lusea Lu

Lusea Lu is an international speaker, internet entrepreneur and the Co-Founder of Your Food Is Medicine. She is passionate about health, nutrition, personal development and entrepreneurship. Having lost her Dad to colon cancer, she is committed to finding natural alternatives to healing diseases. Her mission is to help alternative health professionals get their message and service out to the world so more people can learn about health, nutrition and wellness the natural way.
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