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.
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.
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.
The tens of thousands of references for my research, articles, blogs, videos, podcasts, recommendations, and my personal health advice, are all listed here. I update this list twice annually with the latest credible global published research and studies.
There are now thousands of comprehensive scientific studies by epidemiologists, scientists, professors, food researchers and cardiologists, on millions of people, proving that a plant-based wholefood diet can significantly decrease your risk of almost all disease.
What kills more of us than anything else? Heart disease and it's precursor; high blood pressure (hypertension). Here is a short 2015 filmed exceptional health video of me speaking about a plant-based heart disease reversal study.
Type II diabetes ('adult-onset diabetes' is the original and more honest name) is rising at more than 3% every year globally. This clearly shows it is not genetic but triggered by environmental events; mainly diet, lifestyle and environment.
Heart disease is the biggest killer of human beings. The biggest cause of cardiovascular deaths is hypertension (high blood pressure). Is hypertension curable and reversible in most cases? Yes, through simple diet and lifestyle changes.
'Dietary fiber, vegetables, and colon cancer: critical review and meta-analysis of the epidemiologic evidence' 'Dietary intake of fiber and decreased risk of cancers of the colon and rectum' 'Dietary fibre in food protection against colorectal cancer in the EPIC study'