Protein-in-Your-Diet

Protein-in-Your-Diet

An abundance of animal data and research has proved beyond a doubt that an excess of protein in the diet creates more cancers. Fifty to sixty grams of protein is enough for a normal, healthy 160-pound person. An excess beyond that creates many imbalances. If you plant tumors in animals and give them excessive protein, the tumors start growing. If you cut down the protein, the tumors shrink. This experiment has also been done with sugars and fats, mainly saturated fats. Exercise also shrinks the tumors. It is a complex issue; protein is not the only culprit.

I am from the mountain part of India, Himachal Pradesh. Milk is consumed there, but very little. The average cow will only milk for three to four months, giving only one to two liters of milk per day for the whole family. This is raw milk, not what we are using today. The homogenization of milk–making the fat molecules smaller and symmetrical–is a problem. The pesticides, insecticides and hormones we feed the animals are other problems.

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