Finally a post on nutrition again! I am doing an online vegan nutritionist course. And since I have to write texts for some of the assessments anyways, I thought, why not post them on the blog? I’ll spare you all the boring multiple-choice and the shorter (1-2 sentences) answers. So, here is the first installment of my text answers: Explain in detail how a vegan diet can reduce the risk of cancer, including the examples of the specific cancers mentioned in the module. Cancers mentioned: colon, breast, prostate cancer. Literature used: T. Colin Campbell, MD and Thomas M. Campbell II,…
2015 the World Health Organisation (WHO) announced meat to be carcinogenic. Some types of meat are even as cancer inducing as cigarettes! There is a difference between red and processed meat though. Meat is considered red meat, if it’s mammalian…
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