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Relationship Between Animal Protein Consumption and Heart Disease Death in Men Aged Fifty-five to Fifty-nine Across Twenty Different Countries.
This study suggests that the more protein you eat, the more heart disease you have. Studies in human show that eating plant protein has even greater power to lower cholesterol levels than reducing fat or cholesterol intake.
Chart 4.4. Disease Groupings Observed in China
This study shows that affluent people who eat extravagantly (high fat, protein) have certain set of diseases while the poorer people have diseases totally different from the affluent. The major causes of death in the US are the same as richer states in China. This shows that food plays an important role in the type of diseases contracted.
Diseases of affluence (Nutritional Extravagance)
Diseases observed:Cancer (colon, lung, breast, leukemia, childhood brain, stomach, liver) diabetes, coronary heart disease
Diseases of Poverty (Nutritional inadequacy and poor sanitation)
Diseases observed : Pneumonia, intestinal obstruction, peptic ulcer, digestive diseases, pulmonary tuberculosis, parasitic disease, rheumatic heart disease, metabolic and endocrine disease other than diabetes, diseases of pregnancy and many others.
Foods associated with Blood cholesterol
*As intakes of meat, milk, eggs, fish, fat and animal protein go up…
Blood cholesterol increases
*As intakes of plant-based foods and nutrients (including plant protein, dietary fiver, cellulose, hemicellulose, soluble carbohydrate, B-vitamins of plants (carotenes B2, B3), legumes, light colored vegetables, fruits, carrots, potatoes and several cereal grains) go up…
Blood cholesterol decreases