Do you eat meat? Do you eat burgers, steaks, bacon? In the past, I have been a bit shy talking the consumption of meat. I didn’t want to rattle any cages, or ruffle feathers. But honestly, my friends, so many new clients have come to me sick, I have to start sharing real research with you.
Most recently, a client came to me with such odd symptoms. Really odd and seemingly unrelated. Pain in back, finger joints aching, constipation, low energy, dry tongue. I saw this as all inflammatory. When I took down her food history, I saw that she was eating red meat at least twice a day and animal products (meaning dairy, lunch meats or other things) throughout the day. So, red meat was something that I suggested she eliminated. (of course, I also insisted on eliminating dairy)
Within three days all pain was gone.
Is this because I have magic? Well, I wish I did! (I would love to walk around all day with a tiara and a wand!) No, my friends, I just eliminated that which was causing harm. And, sadly to say for most, animal product produce harm. Whether you want to point out the hormones they are given, the ill way they are kept, the fear hormones you ingest, the GMO’d corn they are given…. they do create harm.
I have research to back my claim, although I must say that the clients I see are even twice as compelling to me. In January of 2018, that means just a few days ago, the International Journal of Cancer gave caution to eating meat.
There is also a recent French study with over 61,000 people that found that the people eating red meat had a higher risk of CANCER!! Yes, cancer, especially breast cancer. The study went on to say that the red meat was involved in carcinogenesis in several locations in the body.
I don’t know where you live, but here where I live, Baltimore, we are in a hot spot.
Oh, but there are even more disgusting tidbits. “A nationwide study published by the USDA in 1996 found that 78.6 percent of the ground beef contained microbes that are spread primarily by fecal matter. That means poop!!!!
So, can we stop looking at a “burger and fries” as pure Americana and something wholesome? Let’s at least see the truth. If you aren’t going to hear it from the news you watch, or the medical practitioner you see, at least look at the research.
Can I get an amen?