Nina Teicholz on the vegetarian diet doctors

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We often hear warnings about the dangers of consuming red meat, but is there any reason to believe them? Does eating meat actually lead to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes, cancer and heart disease? And if not – why does it get so much blame?

In this talk from the Low Carb Breckenridge 2018, investigative journalist Nina Teicholz goes through the science concerning red meat and health.

Watch a part of the presentation above, where she discusses the problems with some of the vegetarian diet doctors (transcript). The full video is available (with captions and transcript) with a free trial or membership:

What about red meat and health – Nina Teicholz

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  1. Penelope
    I'm going to start a ketogenic diet for weight loss, but one thing I've noticed is that not one of the speakers on here looks healthy. Dark circles under eyes, skin that isn't radiant, tired looking, etc. I would say that keto is great for short term weight loss, but not for long term optimal health. Low-fat raw vegans look AMAZING! Once I lose the excess weight that I have gained from 51 years of eating pasta, bread, rice, and ooooooodles of processed sugar, I'm switching (very slowly) to a low-fat raw vegan lifestyle, because holy cow, they look like super heroes to me!! AND, their diet doesn't hurt animals, which is beyond gorgeous.

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