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What the Health is a ground breaking feature length documentary from the award-winning filmmakers of Cowspiracy, that follows the exciting journey of intrepid filmmaker, Kip Andersen, as he uncovers the impacts of highly processed industrial animal foods on our personal health and greater community, and explores why leading health organizations continue to promote the industry despite countless medical studies and research showing deleterious effects of these products on our health.
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”

_ Hippocrates
(soft music) – Worldwide, we’re looking at approximately 350 million people with diabetes. There’s not question that we’re in the midst of a diabetes epidemic. Right now, one in three Medicare dollars is spent in the care of people with diabetes. One in 10 total health care dollars is spent on people with diabetes. There’s no question that this is a major problem.
[Kip] What in particular is the relation of the diet and diabetes?
I’m not gonna get into that.
[Kip] Into diet?
No. (uplifting Mexican guitar music)
[Kip] My name is Kip, I’m a filmmaker from San Francisco and I have a confession to make. I’m a recovering hypochondriac. Like so many of us, I’ve a family history of diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. My dad had his heart bypass at 49, the second at the age 50. My grandpa died young from diabetes complications and both my other grandpa and grandma died of cancer. I was always paranoid that I would also get one of these diseases. Like any good hypochondriac, WebMD Symptoms Checker was essentially my browser’s homepage. Even in my teens, I took Metamucil everyday and a daily aspirin. I read all the latest self-diagnosis books. I ate every multivitamin I can get my hands on and I was obsessed with bodily functions. I followed all the large health organization’s recommendations for preventing disease. I exercise regularly, don’t smoke, don’t drink soda, get enough sleep, reduce stress, and grew up eating what I thought was a healthy diet, until–
World Health Organization this morning has classified processed meats such as bacon and sausage as carcinogenic, directly involved in causing cancer in humans.
[Announcer] Processed meat is clearly linked to an increase in cancer.
Hotdogs or bacon could be just as dangerous as smoking cigarettes.
[Kip] The World Health Organization that looked over 800 studies from 10 different countries finding a direct link to consuming processed meat in cancer. Just one serving of deli meats daily increases your risks of colorectal cancer by 18%. I had no idea that what we ate affected cancer rates, but I never felt like I’d eaten a lot of processed meats until I realized that processed meat includes hotdogs, bacon, sausage, salami, ham, pepperoni, cold cuts, and Deli Slices, basically, everything I grew up eating. The World Health Organization classifies processed meat as a Group 1 carcinogen. The same group as cigarettes, asbestos, and plutonium. And classifies red meat as a Group 2 carcinogen. Was this like I’d essentially been smoking my entire childhood? If processed meats are labeled the same as cigarettes, how is even legal for kids to be eating this way? I thought this was new information but many of these studies had been around for 50 years. I couldn’t believe I’d been eating processed meats virtually my entire life and was just now, finding out how dangerous they are. Why hadn’t I been hearing about it from the American Cancer Society, the largest cancer group in the nation? When I went on their website, I was shocked to see that none of these information was featured on their homepage. But even more shocking, on their Eat Healthy page, they actually encouraged eating Group 1 carcinogenic foods like processed turkey and canned meats. This is after the World Health Organization reviewed over 800 studies definitively linking processed meat to cancer.
[Sam] Thank you for calling, American Cancer Society. My name is Sam, I’m a cancer information specialist. How may I help you today?
Hi, I was calling because I was wondering why you all recommend people to eat processed meat on your website? Which the World Health Organization has classified as a Group 1 carcinogen? Which is in the same class as tobacco smoking, asbestos, and plutonium? This would be like a lung association having a How to Roll your own Cigarettes section on their website. It’s kinda the same thing?
[Sam] Well, let me just place you on a brief hold because–
He wasn’t able to answer my questions and said someone would get back with me. I had always been concerned about cancer because both my grandma and grandpa died of cancer. I wondered if things would have been different had they known the link between diet and this terrible disease. In the US, one out of every four deaths is from cancer. Oh sweet, American Cancer Society rep confirmed the interview this week. So, we just went in for the interview with the American Cancer Society rep and the security guard said, “There’s no interview scheduled.” So I went on to my phone and it turns out last night, after I’d told her that the interview’s gonna be about the correlation between diet and cancer, she said she can no longer do the interview. After repeated emails asking why she was declining my interviews to simply talk about diet and cancer, she stopped responding all together. Why would an American Cancer Society rep not wanna talk about this? I was, however, able to connect with a growing movement of doctors who are willing to talk about the link between the standard American diet and disease, and it goes beyond just cancer. I took my old trustee van, Super Blue, once again out on the road.
2/3 of adults are now overweight or obese, and we have an epidemic cascade of debilitating disease that’s overcoming the country. There’s no way we can sustain the current style of care with the epidemic that we’re creating with our diet and lifestyle choices.
The diabetes, the arthritis, the heart disease, the dementia, the obesity, the cancers are affecting about 70% of deaths. All the data is that those 70% of deaths and morbidity are largely lifestyle-related and preventable.
Most kids by age 10 in the US already have fatty streaks in their arteries the first stage of atherosclerosis leading to heart attacks, strokes.
Here in American medicine, we operate from the disease model. We are in the business of treating sick people. We are not in the business of trying to prevent people from becoming sick.
When you look at chronic disease risk, all the things that we walk around worrying about. Actually, dietary choices trump smoking when it comes to those risks.
If I could deliver one message to the researchers who are looking for the cause of diabetes and the cause of clogged arteries, and the cause of high blood pressure, and the cause of obesity, I would tell them, the answer’s in three words, it’s the food. (laughs) It’s what Americans are eating.
[Kip] Today, with 2/3 of Americans being overweight, clearly, there’s a food issue. In the next 25 years, one out of every three Americans will have diabetes.
My name’s Michael Abdalla. I’m from Atlanta, Georgia, and unfortunately, I was diagnosed about 10 years ago with diabetes, and eight years ago, I had two stents put in. I don’t know where to go, I don’t know what do, you just like add the options and you don’t know what to do. You take in medicine, you listen to this doctor, and the cardiologist says, “Take this,” and the endocrinologist says, “Take that,” then your general practitioner doctor says, “You don’t know what’s going on here.” It’s a real challenging thing and it’s something that you don’t wanna get. You just don’t wanna get it.
[Kip] Government and media almost exclusively blame lack of exercise and sugary foods as a cause of diabetes. But I wanted to talk with an actual expert on the role of diet in diabetes. I went to speak with premier physician, diabetes expert, and researcher, Dr. Neal Barnard. What role does sugar play in causing diabetes?
Drive me crazy. Diabetes is not and never was caused by eating a high carbohydrate diet and it’s not caused by eating sugar. The cause of diabetes is a diet that builds up the amount of fat into the blood. I’m talking about a typical meat-based, animal-based diet. You can look into the muscle cells of the human body and you find they’re building up tiny particles of fat which is causing insulin resistance. What that means is the sugar that is naturally from the foods that you’re eating can’t get into the cells where it belongs. It builds up in the blood and that’s diabetes.
[Kip] I had never heard that meat was associated with causing diabetes. We had always been told that sugar and obesity caused it. Renowned weight loss bariatric surgeon, Dr. Garth Davis, though agreed.
Everyone thinks that you diabetic because of carbs, did a huge study and that epic study, 500,000 people. Carbs consumption was inversely related to diabetes. In other words, the more carbs they wanna to eat, the less diabetes they had but meat was strongly correlated. Get that aha moment. The starches, the carbs are good for you. They’re not bad for you. This idea that carbs make you fat is utterly ridiculous. Carbs cannot make you fat in and of themselves. We have storage in our muscles and in our liver for carbs called glycogen. So, when we eat carbs, we either store it or we burn it. Now, eat fat that goes straight to you fat. Your body can’t turn those carbs into fat unless you’re really overdoing your calories. Basically, it’s a death sentence. You’re at much higher risk of getting cancer. You’re almost certainly gonna get diabetes. No one wants to fat shame and we all want everybody to be comfortable with our bodies but this movement to be comfortable with our bodies has made us comfortable with being sick and that’s a huge problem. I go into the hospital and I look around me, people on dialysis, all these sick people and just about every disease in there is because of what people are eating.
Here’s the thing, if I eat a sugary cookie, the sugar lures you in like the Trojan Horse but waiting inside that cookie is a huge load of butter or shortening and that’s what fattens you up. That’s the part that leads to the diabetes. It’s the fatty foods, not really so much the sugar.
It’s not that sugar’s good for you. There’s no nutrients in it, it’s excess calories, but when you eat sugar, you don’t get inflammation right away. When you eat sugar, you’re not getting plaques forming in your vessels. When you’re eating sugar, your body’s gonna store most of it as glycogen or burn it as calories. So, this focus on sugar has taken all the focus off meat, dairy, eggs, pork, turkey, chicken.
People need to understand. If their gets diabetes, you’ve just take 19 years off their life span. We’re talking life and death.
I realized, there was so much more about diet and disease that I hadn’t ever learned. It felt as if this information had been practically withheld. Processed meat causes cancer. Sugar doesn’t cause diabetes. I had doubt about the claims these doctors are making so I did some searching on my own. Harvard researchers looked at nine perspective studies finding that just one serving of processed meat per day increased risk of developing diabetes by 51%. The link between eating meat and developing diabetes became undeniable. But when I went on the leading diabetes organization’s website, the American Diabetes Association, not only did they not have this information front and center, they were featuring recipes for red and processed meat and on there, Recipes for Healthy Living. They had bacon wrapped shrimp? What the health? All right, send an email to American Diabetes Association, see if they get back to us. As destructive as diabetes is, it pales in comparison to heart disease. Over 17 million people die every year from cardiovascular disease. It is the leading cause of death around the world. Nearly, one out of every three people will die from this disease. The amount of people who die from cardiovascular disease is the equivalent of four jumbo jets crashing every single hour every single day, every single year.
My name is Amy Resnic, and I’m from Swampscott, Massachusetts, little bit north of Boston. And I recently went to my doctor for asthma because I had a very hard time breathing and while there, she did some blood work and one of the tests was C-reactive protein and that was a scale of one to three. One being low for cardiac event, three being high for a cardiac event, and my number was 10.82.
What does that means.
That means I am on the road for heart attack and she said, “Probably, within the next 30 days.”
30 days?
30 days, if I’m going the way I was going. I take this for my heart arrhythmia, take this for pain, oxycodone for pain, and lorazepam for stress, cyclobenzaprine for muscle relaxer. Also take Topamax and Prozac and I also use a CPAP machine to help me breathe, and my asthma has been so bad this past year. I used to turn the day as well to get some air. I am tired when I wake up, I’m tired during the day. I take a nap, I’m so tired, I can’t breathe, and I know I need to make at change for my health, I also am not gonna be here for my family.
When we speak of heart disease, I would say the role of alcohol is pretty small. The role of sugar is very small too. Smoking is big, but the good news is that most people have quit or never did smoke. The problem with animal-based diet, it’s contribution to heart disease is huge, and it is pervasive.
All these expensive imaging, procedures, bypasses, medication, none of which has one solitary single thing to do with the causation of the illness so you die with a completely benign, full-blown illness, that never had its causation treated.
When we eat these kind of dead meat bacteria toxins, within minutes, we get this burst of inflammation within your system such that you basically paralyze your arteries. So, you get this stiffening of the arteries, their inability to relax normally in half. It’s not like decades down the road, eating unhealthy, there’ll be some damage, no. We’re talking damage right then and there within minutes of going into our mouth.
Many people are given the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease when it’s not true Alzheimer’s at all. The vast majority of people suffered dementia through that their tiny blood vessels in their brain clogging up and their nerve cells being short-changed of oxygenated blood and guess where their blood vessel eventually comes from, those little tiny arteries are clogging up from that steady stream of fat, cholesterol, et cetera.
It’s really quite clear from the standpoint of cancer and the standpoint of cardiovascular disease, that animal protein plays an enormous role.
[Kip] Is chicken better?
It’s question of whether you be shot or hung.
The flesh food that I would eliminate from the American diet would be poultry, would be turkey and chicken. Their brilliant advertising campaign has convinced people that, “Oh, it’s white meat, it’s healthier.”
The leading source of sodium in the American diet for adult is chicken. It can be labeled all-natural chicken but they inject it with a salt water, I think, up to 800 milligrams of sodium.
Heterocyclic amines are clear cut carcinogens and they can form in any kind of meat as it’s heated, as it’s cooked, but by far, the biggest source is chicken. We sent researchers into fast food and family restaurants. Not only were there carcinogens in every single restaurant. Well, we found them in every single chicken sample that we took. If somebody brings their family and then they’re buying a bucket of chicken, nobody tells them that there are carcinogens. If you’re selling carcinogens to people, you’ve gotta warn them that they’re in there.
[Kip] But the American Cancer Society encourages people to switch from red and processed meat to chicken. Why would the American Cancer Society tell people to switch from eating one carcinogenic food to another when a Harvard University study showed that men with prostate cancer who eat large amounts of chicken increased their risk of the disease progressing four times?
The number one dietary source in America of cholesterol is chicken because the volume of chicken. Chickens become grilled chicken and organic chicken, if it’s machismo, but it has nearly as much cholesterol per gram as red beef suggests that sheer volume is the number one source yet eggs being close by.
[Kip] I’d never really thought about eggs much. I just thought of them as a standard part of the healthy diet. But then, I found a study suggesting that eating just one egg a day can be as bad as smoking five cigarettes per day for life expectancy.
The yolk of a hen’s egg is the most concentrated glom of saturated fat and cholesterol. It is made to run a baby chicken for 21 days with no outside energy. It is pure fat and cholesterol. And when we put that into our blood stream, it coats our red blood cells, our blood gets thicker and more viscous. It changes our hormone levels. It raises our cholesterol levels. There’s nothing healthy about eating yolk of the egg.
[Kip] But I thought cholesterol and saturated fat wasn’t an issue anymore?
You know, these saturated fat studies that have come out, trying to vindicate saturated fat. That’s a campaign by the dairy industry. Number one source of saturated fat is dairy, it’s not meat. 2008, the global dairy industry got together at a meeting and explicitly read their agenda was to neutralize the negative impact of milk fat by regulators and medical professionals, unquote. So, what they do, they funded studies.
[Kip] The main study that started the whole saturated fat media craze was funded by the National Dairy Council. The egg industry similarly fund studies that confuse consumers by making claims that eggs don’t negatively affect heart function. That is only when compared to eating a McDonald’s Sausage McMuffin? So, what they’re really saying is that eating eggs is just as bad as eating a McMuffin.
When you eat foods like beef or steak or a processed meat, a hotdog, you’re not just getting saturated fat, you’re also getting other additional toxins that are in that food. There’s heme iron, carcinogens, and processing chemicals. This is all a lot more complicated than just looking at saturated fat.
The strategy is not on making their products any safer. The strategy is to just try to confuse the public to introduce doubt. You know, there was a famous tobacco industry memo. It’s called, Doubt is our product. That’s all they had to do. They didn’t have to convince the Americans that smoking was healthy, right? They just had to introduce doubt then they would win. Well, if there’s just enough controversy, people kinda throw up their hands, “I don’t know what to eat.” Confusion is their gain. I really don’t think people thought what they ate led to heart disease. They think. “Oh, it’s genetic, my parents had it.” I don’t think people really think that what they ate lead to diabetes. They think, “Oh, my parents had it, I was gonna get it.” And certainly, cancer, they don’t think that way.
People have bad lifestyles that they’ve inherited. Environmentally, they’ve been exposed to a certain way of eating and living they’ve carried on into their adulthood, passed on to their children. That is why they go on to develop the same diseases that their parents and grandparents may have had before them but it is not inevitable.
Even if you have a genetic predisposition, it doesn’t mean it’s going to necessarily manifest. What determines whether it manifests or not, maybe those epigenetic variables, the things that you can control. The environmental factors, the dietary factors, the lifestyle factors.
So, we can actually change the expression of genes. Tumor-suppressing genes, tumor activating genes by what we eat, what we put into our bodies. So, even if you’ve been dealt a bad genetic deck, you can still reshuffle it with diet.
I’d always thought that I would develop heart disease at a young age because both my dad and grandpa had heart attacks. I was taught that they were genetic, but the heart attacks probably had less to do with genes and more to do with their diets high in meat. That’s why when I went on the American Heart Association’s Heart-healthy Recipes page, I could not believe they had an entire section on beef recipes? This was just like the American Cancer Society encouraging eating Group 1 carcinogens on their site. Meat loaf, pork loin, steak on your recipe list? Are you kidding me? It’s like this menu’s trying to get people heart attacks. At your website, we noticed heart-healthy recipes, and we’re kinda bewildered by why there’s a bunch of recipes on the whole section on beef, beef recipes, and there’s also a section on egg recipes when there’s such a strong link between beef, red meat, and heart disease?

[Man] I honestly don’t know ’cause I don’t do that ideas. That’s not what I do. (laughs)
[Kip] Another organization rep that wasn’t able to answer my questions but he said that he’d have someone get in touch shortly. I was, however, able to talk to the president of the American College of Cardiology, Dr. Kim Williams.
So, the American College of Cardiology is a 47,000-member and growing organization with a a dedicated mission to reduce heart disease and to improve patients’ lives. And if you look at the incidence of hypertension and diabetes and mortality in men, they actually get reduced as you go higher and higher in terms of how much you restrict animal products.
[Kip] What about fish? – So, fish is a little different. You’ve got the four worries which is PCBs, mercury, saturated fat, and cholesterol. And the cholesterol is all over the place. You can eat tuna in water, that’ll be almost less than a glass of milk to salmon or tilapia which is higher than a pork chop.
If you look objectively at fish, what you find is they become essentially mercury sponges. And that’s why in many parts of the country, they warn you, “Don’t have more than so many “of these fish a week “because it’s getting too much mercury. “It can kill you.”
Fish are eaten by bigger fish who are eaten by a bigger fish and these pesticides or herbicides bioaccumulate in the fish flesh. And the big fish including the salmon which people think is a healthiest fish. Truth is the amount of pesticides and herbicides in the flesh of these fish are shocking and they have estrogenic and cancer promoting properties in them.
They’ll say, “Well, but don’t sardines “have less concentration of toxic waste products “than other ones?” Something being less toxic doesn’t make it healthy. It just makes it less toxic.
Farmed fish is by no means healthier. All the antibiotics that these animals have to be fed similar to chickens and turkeys kept in confinement. These fish get infections. They get fungal infections, they get bacterial infections, you’ve gotta feed them antifungals, antibiotics, and these substances accumulate in the fish flesh as well.
[Kip] I always knew that pollution was bad for our health but I never thought about the environmental pollutants affecting food. – Dioxins being the most toxic man-made chemicals known to science cause all sorts of things. They cause endometriosis, they cause cancers, they cause endocrine disruption problems. Most of your exposure, 93% of it comes from eating meat and dairy products because it climbs up in the food chain so effectively. So, you can get exposed living near these incinerators and breathing it but it’ll take you 14 years to breathe in as much dioxin as a cow ingest by eating the grass in one day, and that dioxin will accumulate in as fat which includes the milk and the meat and anyone eating meat or dairy products is going to get that dose of dioxin so it climbs up the food chain every step. Men have no way in their bodies to get rid of dioxins but women have two ways. They’re both involving having a baby. One is that dioxin crosses the placenta into the growing infant, and the other is that it comes out from the breastmilk. So, if you have a meat and dairy consuming mother breastfeeding that infant, then the highest impacts of toxic exposure like mercury and dioxins will give that infant.
Pregnant women are told of certain types of fish should be avoided but what about all these other animal products which are introducing. Imagine as the fetus is developing, introducing these very harmful toxins which create reproductive abnormalities, developmental problems and hormonal issues right as the child is developing, the most critical stage of development.
It does make you worry when people say, “Don’t you wanna have a little bit of milk “because you’re pregnant? “Don’t you wanna have some fish ’cause you’re pregnant?” Who do you think is gonna get the chemicals that are in that?
All these environmental toxins and toxins from the feed that they’re being fed accumulate in their tissues and are released into the mother and unfortunately, to the child when you eat these products when you’re pregnant. So, this includes antibiotics, hormones, steroids in animal feed. Commercial animals are largely fed GMO corn and soy which are very laden in pesticides. PCBs have been banned since the ’70s but they persist in the environment, dioxins. All of these compounds can create hormonal reproductive, developmental damage as well. – Eating organic beef, poultry, pork or fish will not help you avoid contaminants like mercury, like dioxins, like strontium-90 because they fall out over all sorts of farms fields and water bodies, and they don’t skip over the organic fields. So, really the contaminants are coming in regardless of how these animals are raised.
[Kip] I had always been concerned about the possible health impacts of GMOs but then found out that most of the world’s GMO crops are actually consumed by livestock with dairy cows consuming the most per animal. This fact with everything I’d learned about bioaccumulation made dairy terrifying especially considering how much cheese I ate in my life. – Cheese is an amazing product when you think about it. It’s probably one of the single desk foods that compromising health that you’re gonna actually feed to people. Think about it. You’ve got an animal product, so you’ve got all the issues of biological concentration. You with have a highly processed food product and not only does it have naturally a lot of saturated fat but you put a lot of salt into it.
There’s a strong link between dairy foods and autoimmune diseases so that can show itself up as excessive production of mucus and exacerbation of asthma and kids who are prone to that and even adults and also, there’s an association between dairy foods and multiple sclerosis and type 1 diabetes, which is an autoimmune disease and other rheumatological problems.
Cow’s milk is baby calf growth food. That’s what the stuff is. There’s absolutely no child or human on earth who actually needs the milk of a cow any more than they need the milk of a giraffe or a mouse. – Most people in the world are lactose intolerant. I mean, that’s the normal state of affairs. Why would your body create this enzyme to like just lactose after weaning, after infancy? It doesn’t make any sense.
73% of African-Americans are lactose intolerant, 95% of Asians, roughly 70% of Native Americans, and about 53% of Hispanic Americans are lactose intolerant. Our government is encouraging Americans of color to eat foods that it knows it’s going to make them ill. Ultimately, what that is down to is the government are selling me as an African-American to eat food that’s gonna make me ill for no health benefit so that it will benefit dairy farmers as if the farmers have institutionalized racism.
Yeah, milk is a risky food for human consumption. As a pediatrician, I see it on a daily basis, children suffering from conditions that are linked or associated to dairy consumption such as eczema, acne, constipation, acid reflux, iron-deficiency anemia. Cow’s milk protein is the most allergenic food.
People say, “Well no, I want a hormone-free, “not injected with bovine growth hormone,” but milk is this hormonal fluid which is packed with sex hormones and natural sex steroid hormones like estrogen, progesterone. In fact, doesn’t matter if it’s conventional milk, doesn’t matter if it’s organic milk. Milk without hormones, this is an oxymoron. Organic dairy has just as much saturated fat and cholesterol and galactose, and all the things that you don’t want as conventional dairy.
Dairy products, in general, have a lot of other products associated with it, not the least of which is pus. I mean, they actually have laws limiting how much pus you can actually have in the milk and still sell it. I believe it’s like 750,000 pus cells per CC. Because, I mean, you wouldn’t want too much pus, it would be like pure pus people might object. In fact, you could think of cheese as coagulated cow pus if you will.
[Kip] But I was always told that we need milk for strong bones.
I’m Jane Chapman and not too long ago, finally got some x-rays of the hips and back. Severe bilateral osteoarthritis of the hips and actually, I’m scheduled for two hip replacements. That’s bone on bone, it is the grinding of the joints. My stability is scary. I hold on to the walls if I’m at home. I’ve been told to use a walker. I’m only 61. This is not how you’re supposed to live when you’re this old. I have a really hard time believing that. That’s all that’s left.
Researchers have studied bone development in kids and whether they get stress fractures and that kind of thing and the kids drink the most milk have zero protection. Milk does not build strong bones. Harvard researchers have looked at a large group of older women over an 18-year period. The milk drinkers had zero protection from fractures. So, this old notion that somehow, milk is gonna build strong bones are protect your bones later in life, it’s a myth.
People that drink milk have higher rates of hip fractures, have more cancer, and live shorter lives.
[Kip] It turns out that countries with the highest dairy consumption also have the highest rates of osteoporosis. So clearly, drinking more milk doesn’t protect your bones. Doing more research, I’ve found that dairy was linked to many different types of cancer as well. Just like many of us, I thought that the majority of cancer’s due to genes but only 5% to 10% of cancer’s actually genetic.
Any cancer is caused by a DNA mutation but that’s not enough so that can cause that first cancer cell but one cancer cell never killed anyone. Two cancer cells never killed anyone but a billion cancer cells, now, we’re running into problems so we need to reduce the growth factors in our body like IGF-1, insulin-like growth factor 1. It’s this cancer promoting growth hormone involved in every stage of cancer cell, growth and spread and metastasis. Any animal protein boosts the level of IGF-1.
Dairy products increases your risk for various forms of cancer especially those related to your hormones so breast cancer, prostate cancer, ovarian cancer. So, this is not a product even in its most pure state you wanna be consuming because it does come with risk.
[Kip] I’ve found out that dairy can increase a man’s chance of getting prostate cancer by 34%. And for women who’ve had breast cancer, just one serving of whole dairy a day can increase their chance of dying from the disease, 49%, and dying from anything, 64%. Why weren’t breast cancer sites like Susan G. Komen warning everyone about this? (phone ringing)
[Jocelyn] You’re calling Susan G. Komen. This is Jocelyn, how may I help you?
We’re wondering why you don’t have a huge warning about the dangers of consuming dairy in your website when there’s a direct link to breast cancer? There was a study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, that found out women consuming dairy who has had breast cancer increases their risk of dying of breast cancer 49%. Just wondering why it’s not on your website? – [Jocelyn] We cannot answer these types of questions.
[Kip] Once again, another health organization rep saying someone else would have to answer my question. Rather than risk being stood up again, I went straight to the local Susan G. Komen chapter to see if they would answer my questions. (tranquil guitar music) They didn’t wanna answer my questions in person either and told us to stop filming, but promised they would connect me to the national office directly. Susan G. Komen’s pink ribbon campaign had done a lot

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