In Dan Buettner’s famous ‘Blue Zones’ research, all the ‘super-longevity-champion-cultures’ eat a vegetable-based diet with low or minimal animal products present — and none of them eats processed meat. They live the longest healthiest lives globally.
Over 7,000 studies including the WCRF, tell us that being even slightly overweight increases the risk of oesophagus, liver, pancreas, bowel, breast, kidney, prostate, ovarian and womb cancers. Obesity is likely to shorten your life by AT LEAST 15 years
With regards kids’ food, it’s not too late to change your kid’s taste buds. It may take a bit of time but the trick is to make small changes so they don’t even notice. Add fresh veges onto a plate when you know they are hungry. Always offer veges first.
The 2011 World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) was the result of a five-year process by an international panel of the world's leading scientists covering over 7,000 studies on cancer. It is the biggest diet review on cancer evidence in history. It slams meat as deadly.
Good quality vegetables are essential to life and they should form the biggest part of the diet. Eating a wide variety of vegetable nutrients gives you a regular bowel, a strong gastrointestinal and immune system, a powerful heart, younger skin and fat-loss.
Lessons from the longest lived centenarians on the ‘art of longevity’. There is no society alive today, nor has there been throughout history, that has had a long lifespan while avoiding good fresh local plant-foods, sunlight, routine, and regular outdoor exercise.
“My wife and I had been trying to fall pregnant for six years. We were going to start IVF this year, however three months after following Jason’s advice we fell pregnant naturally. Our first baby is due in three weeks!” Steve, Australia, 2014.
The link between eating meat and the incidence of bowel cancer have been shown very clearly in many different studies over many years now. This research is strong, peer-reviewed and widespread. Even the mainstream conservative cancer organisations agree.
There have now been thousands of rigorous studies by doctors, epidemiologists, scientists, professors, food researchers and cardiologists, on millions of people, over decades, proving that eating meat raises heart disease and cancer risk.