The Best Chicken Recipes
I'm so happy to be vegan.
Come on, the study says: "Overall, we did not observe a statistically significant association of red or processed meat consumption with risk ofHL, T-cell lymphoma or B-cell lymphoma". Also, "No consistent associations between consumption of milk and dairy products with risk of NHL and B-cell lymphoma were observed (Tables 3 and 5)." And cheese and yoghurt consumptionwere not associated significantly with lymphoma risk (Tables 3–6)".
Why do you twist the results? Can we still trust you afterwards?
My mother suffers from lymphoma cancer stage 4. She was diagnosed 5 years ago, at the age of 40. Her diet is considered "great" overall by her oncologist, since she eats relatively high amounts of fruits and vegetables. But along with these healthy foods, she eats yoghurt every morning (on top of her fruit) and chicken at least 2-3 times each week, plus all the other types of meat which are on the menu every night, and has done so for a good 10 to 15 years.I agree that looking more closely the study claims "no consistent associations", but from my experience, it has…I've been vegan for months 8 now, but I had never suspected the specific link between her cancer and her diet. We always blamed stress..!Dr Gregor, could I use clips of your video if I decide to make one myself?Thank you for all your work!
I got non hodkin lymphoma at 17 as a vegetarian and i did not drink milk or eat dairy.
Will putting castor oil on my scalp and hair,stop my hair loss?(unrelated to the video,I know…)
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