C-Reactive Protein Score of 10.82?
The doctor told her she would have a heart attack within the next 30 days.
Drinking - not the problem
Sugar - not the problem
Cigarettes - a problem but not thee problem
Animal protein - thee problem (huge and pervasive problem)
All of this expensive imaging, procedures, bypasses, medication (that flows into medical insurance costs), none has to do with the cause of the illness.
Dead meat, bacterial toxins produce inflammation in the body within minutes, paralyzing arteries (inability to relax).
Not only is this bad for the heart, it causes dementia. Human brains have arteries and they get clogged from dead meat as well. Result: nerve cells in the brains get short-changed.
Is chicken better?
The MD answers: the question of whether you want to be shot or hung.
Eliminate turkey and chicken.
Heterocyclo-amines ??? Google that shit.
When meat is cooked, carcinogenic substances are created within the flesh called heterocyclic amines
. Heterocyclic amines may also make breast cancer more aggressive. When meat is grilled, the fat dripping onto the grill and the resulting smoke that rises upward toward the meat create carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons on the meat’s surface. If you cook your meat, there is no getting around heterocyclic amines. The longer and hotter the meat gets, the more these substances form. Chicken is the largest source of heterocyclic amines
in the American diet. If you don’t cook your meat, then you have to worry about fecal bacterial, viral, and prion contamination.https://traceyeakin.wordpress.com/tag/dr-neal-barnard/The Cancer Survivor’s Guide: Foods That Help You Fight Back,
by Neal Barnard, MD and Jennifer K. Reilly, RD
Chicken contains carcinogens--the heterocyclic amines.
Neal Barnard is the President of the Physicians Committe for Responsible Medicine (PCRM)EFF
fast food chicken.
They are selling you carcinogens ! and there is no warning, no Surgeon General Warning, either.