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Last Post 26 Jan 2018 09:37 AM by  Lloyd Grubb
Meat Eating Connection with Cancer
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Lloyd Grubb
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01 Mar 2017 02:59 PM
    The Clear connection between meat eating and tumors, cancers, and other diseases.

    "Those who use flesh meat disregard all the warnings that God has given concerning this question. They have no evidence that they are walking in safe paths. They have not the slightest excuse for eating the flesh of dead animals. God’s curse is resting upon the animal creation. Many times when meat is eaten, it decays in the stomach, and creates disease. Cancers, tumors, and pulmonary diseases are largely caused by meat eating." (E. G. White, Pacific Union Recorder, October 9, 1902)
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    01 Mar 2017 03:06 PM
    Colorectal Cancer Rates Soar in Younger People
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    A new American Cancer Society study out Tuesday shows people born in 1990 and later have double the risk of colon cancer, and four times the risk of rectal cancer, than people in their parents' generation did at the same age.

    "Since 1950, risk has been increasing in subsequent generations — it's not specifically one generation — but risk is continuing to increase for every generation," said American Cancer Society researcher Rebecca Siegel.

    "Every generation after 1950 has a little bit higher risk," she said. "The largest increases are in people in their 20s."

    And for these younger generations, the risk of colon cancer goes up even more as they get older.

    Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in Americans, according to the American Cancer Society. Colon cancer will be diagnosed in more than 95,000 people this year and nearly 40,000 will be diagnosed with rectal cancer.

    Colon cancer rates had been going down since 1974, the American Cancer Society team said. But their new look at the data showed that colon cancer incidence rates increased by 1 percent to 2 percent a year in people aged 20 to 39 starting in the mid-1980s.

    But risk factors for colon cancer include eating meat, especially processed meat, smoking and obesity.

    "It is interesting that the increase in colorectal cancer incidence is in parallel with the obesity epidemic," Siegel told NBC News.


    Full article here
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    Trish Chalmers
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    12 Jan 2018 05:21 PM
    People don’t care about cancer and meat because the cancer hasn’t affected them and someone they know. I was speaking to a coworker about eating meat and why I stopped and they said” I love meat and it’s easy for people to stop eating meat because they really never really liked it in the first place”. So that’s the mentality at most people
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    Lloyd Grubb
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    26 Jan 2018 09:37 AM
    Seminar on the dangers of meat eating

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