Meat, Eggs, Dairy and Cancer

Diet forms part of our alternative cancer treatment program and recommendations for optimum short and long term health:

There is World Health Organization, Australian and internationally agreed convincing scientific evidence that red and especially processed meats cause colorectal cancer. This is the same level of scientific evidence (data) as tobacco and asbestos that convincingly cause lung cancer. Processed meats are classified as a Group 1 carcinogen: they definitely cause cancer.

Red meat intake in early childhood also probably increases breast cancer incidence.

The same positive changes away from a meat-based diet to or towards a plant-based diet also conclusively lower the risk of cardiovascular disease—the first biggest killer in Australia and the Western world (Cancer is second). The more plant-based the diet the lower the risk.

Animal fat increases the risk of pancreatic cancer.

Dairy and animal fat probably increase the risk of prostate cancer and are implicated in increased risk of breast cancer.

There is multiple study evidence that egg consumption increases the risk of cancer incidence and survival, and also cardiovascular disease.

Improve your diet and health by greatly reducing, or better eliminating, meat, egg and dairy consumption.

“It’s your world”—the slogan of the United Nations: You will also very significantly help stop environmental destruction and have a massive positive environmental impact says the UN. Read more about how an animal-based diet is Eating Up The World.

World Cancer Research Fund International (WCRF):

  • Continuous Update Project: dietary increased risks of cancer chart.

Bowel Cancer Australia

Harvard Medical School Family Health Guide

Uprooting the Leading Causes of Death: meat, dairy, cancer and heart disease

12 Dietary Changes that Will Lower Your Cancer Risk

CSIRO’s best selling diet, and its cancer causing central ingredient

Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted And the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss, And Long-term Health