Animal Foods High in Protein
Disrupt Bodily Systems

Consuming animal foods high in protein eventually cause degenerative diseases such as a weakened immune system, cancers, heart problems, and obesity.

There are staggering conclusive evidence that casein a primary protein from animal foods is a carcinogen that causes cancer. The China Project with T. Colin Campbell, PhD attests to that.

Casein is especially concentrated in milk and dairy products.

The trend is now skewed towards ‘lean meats’ through the removal of the saturated fats. Yes this would help to not skyrocket cholesterol levels. Yet the meat and the casein protein still remain on the dinner plate.

Protein Consumption
Some Truths

Once you are eating animal foods high in protein for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner, you will incur plaque deposits within the walls of your arteries. You are thus on your way to heart disease.

Consumption of animal foods aided by refined foods will increase your weight and lead you into obesity.

Those who eat a lot of dietary cholesterol and saturated fats, refined foods and animal foods high in protein, apart from weight gains, they can become diabetic.

A diet of mostly meat and dairy will activate cancerous cells and the growth of tumors. Especially when there’s not enough plant-based whole foods in the diet.

Eating animal foods with protein will also trigger off increased levels of estrogen and other hormones in women. Breast cancer is thus inevitable.

Meat and dairy are also very acidic foods and will reconfigure the pH balance of your bodily fluids. Bacteria thrives in an acidic bodily environment.

Your immune system is not an organ; rather it is just that. A system. Eventually the scourge of killing animals and eating their flesh eventually weakens it… leaving you susceptible to infectious diseases.

The term ‘high protein’ is a fixation with most people. It seems as if you could never get enough of this macronutrient. When it comes to food and the pursuit of healthy eating, the masses all seek a diet of foods high in protein and preferably low fat.

And in this quest, animal foods high in protein have become the primary pillar of nutrition.

Protein and meat are like synonyms. In the world of food, people salivate for meat with a reverent passion. And in thinking of meat, they think of protein, of having more protein. And why? Because for many, it’s all about strength, fitness, and therefore muscles.

The modern dietary trend seems to be the daily overeating of animal foods high in protein, get sick and diseased, and then resort to pharmaceuticals to get well again. And within that matrix, some folks resort to an over-indulgence of supplements to cushion a diet that is practically devoid of whole plant foods.

Wow… What a recipe!

Nature requires balance, and when we human beings over-emphasize an animal based diet as good sources of protein and with excessively high amounts of casein protein, we become biochemically misaligned.

Being involved in the health foods industry and specifically supplements, I’ve noticed that the concept of nutrition is all about individualized or isolated nutrients. It’s all about the best quality whey protein product, or the weight loss product that works best, or increased dosages of vitamin D.

And why?

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People are overindulging in animal foods high in protein and they are ailing. And they look for a solution in some miraculous supplement.

Wherever in this world you are, if you are following the standard westernized diet, an animal-based diet, to fulfill your daily protein requirement, you are consuming way too much protein.

If you are eating some form of meat or fish and lots of it, almost daily, with a little white rice, potato or french fries and a bit of lettuce, you are easily consuming way too much protein.

If you are drinking cow’s milk, consuming dairy products: cheese, cottage cheese, yogurt, butter, sour cream, whipped cream… you are consuming way too much protein.

If you are eating eggs, foods and drinks with eggs, baked goods, cookies and pastries that have eggs – and usually some milk – again, you are having way too much protein.

And if you are supplementing an animal-based diet with whey, you are skyrocketing your daily protein requirement. A diet centered around meat and dairy easily supplies too much protein.

All forms of animal foods high in protein are so darn cheap today and most easily available. Yet the price of this cheap food material is deteriorated health, sickness and disease.

Meat and dairy as animal foods high in protein… create disease.

Most of us know this. Yet who wants to confront the meat and dairy industrialists? We rather use our knives and forks to slowly kill ourselves with their toxic animal foods.

Animal foods high in protein make you sick

When you kill an animal, it’s D-E-A-D, DEAD, dead. A carcass, decaying matter, though not visible to the naked eye, yet still, it is decaying matter, rotting from the molecular core.

This decaying matter is now pleasing to the eye on your plate and smelling good, due to the herbs and spices.

And inherent in the meat is the not yet visible process of decay.

It is thus without life, without vitality. And in the process of delivering to you complete proteins, it is also delivering an incomplete form of energy.

It is an act of negation. The life force no longer is. It has become a void, an absence that can only be detrimental to your vitality and well-being.

It is now dead… lifeless foods, yet high in protein.

In time it thus makes you and can only make you… sick.

Just remember… animal foods high in protein does just that!

Make you sick, tired and diseased.

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Disclaimer: The advice given here is intended as a sharing of knowledge and information for educational purposes only. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified health care provider. All the content of this website is based upon the opinions, experiences and research of Keith F Gittens – Keithos, unless otherwise noted and is not intended as medical advice.

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