Meat, Dairy and Eggs Are KILLING You!! (SHOCKING RECENT RESEARCH!) | Cory McCarthy

I stumbled upon some research, published in October 2016, that I just had to share. It just has to get out there. And I ask that ALL of you like this video and share this video. And you’ll soon find out why by watching.

We need to inform meat eaters because they need to realize the harm they’re doing, not just to the animals and the planet, but in this case to themselves. Perhaps it will take the latter to get through to some folks.

And we need to inform other vegans so they can better educate others, and spread the good word. Pseudo-science and appeals to emotion are not valid arguments, and make us all look stupid and/or crazy.

I want to start by saying that the research I am about to present to you was NOT funded by some company or organization with inherent vegan bias. It was actually funded by the National Institutes of Health here in the US, so there are NO conflicts of interest to report.

I am going to keep this video as brief as possible — as I know some folks have very short attention spans, especially when they’re confronted by information that conflicts directly with what they’ve grown to believe, or simply what they want to believe. So, let’s dig right in.

The general conclusion of this study was that folks who consumed the MOST animal protein had a greater risk of dying, whereas folks who consumed MORE plant proteins had a lowered risk.

It was actually inverse! In other words, there was a complete OPPOSITE effect compared to those who consumed more animal proteins. And this was especially true among folks with 1 or more health or lifestyle risk factors – which I will be getting to shortly.

The researchers found that for every 3% of your total calorie intake coming from plant-based proteins, your mortality risk decreases by 10-fvcking-percent!

Let’s put that in perspective with an example: let’s say you consume 2,000 calories per day… for every 60 calories of plant protein that you consume from that 2,000 calorie total, which equates to every 15 grams of plant protein consumed… you lower your risk of dying by 10%! That is significant!

And this study didn’t just review the ubiquitous red meats and processed meats, it also looked at the intake of poultry, fish, eggs and dairy! And they reviewed causes of death such as all-cause, fatal cardiovascular disease, and cancer. As wells as the effects of swapping said animal products out for plant-based alternatives!

It was comprehensive as fvck! And it was based on data collected from 131,342 participants, over the course of several decades! This was NOT some short duration, small sample size study.

Now, as I mentioned before, the risk of dying WAS more significant in those who had one or more pre-existing health or lifestyle risk factors – which is stating the obvious… some examples of risk factors are being overweight, consuming a lot of alcohol, smoking, consuming a lot of unhealthy fats, and suffering from high blood pressure.

Most of which are risk factors that countless people currently have! Let me give you some examples, by looking at the official numbers:

Nearly 1 in 3 American adults have high blood pressure, according to the CDC.

And more than two-thirds of American adults, or 68.8%, are considered to fall in the category of overweight or obese, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

And, according to the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition, for the average American aged 2 to 18, 40% of their total daily calories come from unhealthy sugars and fats! Think sodas, desserts, and pizza.

And let’s not forget that a lot of folks drink incessantly. According to a 2015 report published by National Institutes of Health, 26.9% of adults ages 18 or older in the US reported binge drinking in the past month. Furthermore, 1.3 million adults in the US received specialized treatment for Alcohol Use Disorder in 2015.

And ALL you need is just ONE risk factor to significantly raise your risk of dying from animal product consumption… not two, three or more. Many people have MORE than one of those! And we wonder why so many people are constantly fvcking sick.

My message to you: if even JUST for your own health and longevity, drop the animal products and go vegan! Even if you need to ease into it; begin swapping animal products out for plant-based alternatives with the end goal of going fully vegan.

And the options are friggin’ endless. I will link a video I did in the description that is sort of a beginners’ guide to alternatives, mostly “mock” products, to make the transition easier for you.

Check it out!

And, yes, cheese addicts… there’s something in that video for you too.

Anyway, share your thoughts in the comments below.

Please share this video as it could potentially save lives. Both human and animal! Clearly, education is VERY much needed, so the information needs to be shared when it’s available.

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Thank you all for watching, and see you in the next video!

REFERENCES

My video: The Easiest Way to Go Vegan? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0Oh3mC_Zv8

Association of Animal and Plant Protein Intake With All-Cause and Cause-Specific Mortality http://dx.doi.org/10.1001/jamainternmed.2016.4182

Health risks of high-protein diet are negligible http://ergo-log.com/health-risks-high-protein-diet-negligible.html

High Blood Pressure Facts | cdc.gov https://www.cdc.gov/bloodpressure/facts.htm

Overweight and Obesity Statistics | National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/health-statistics/Pages/overweight-obesity-statistics.aspx

Facts & Statistics – President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition https://www.fitness.gov/resource-center/facts-and-statistics/

Alcohol Facts and Statistics | National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism https://www.niaaa.nih.gov/alcohol-health/overview-alcohol-consumption/alcohol-facts-and-statistics

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