>And, in twenty-plus years, we've learned more about the role of animal fats in
>promoting heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes. Saturated fats are
>especially damaging when combined with sedentary lifestyles and the lack of
>whole, plant foods in our diets.
Right, it is the fats, but with low-fat milk and pasture grazed no-marbling
meat, we can enjoy them and gain the benefits from a little of animal
products without fat.
Too much of anything is bad.
Drink too much water and you'll drown.
USA should allow New Zealand prime pasture non-marbled low-fat beef in to
reduce USA obesity and health bills.
At the same time a doctor in Australia noticed that some of his clients
repeatedly got skin cancer whereas other never did, so he did a survey and
found that those eating butter didn't get skin cancer while those who ate
In Japan where meat eating used to be minimal, but is has increased
recently people are growing bigger.
The Masai (Central Africa) are one of the biggest, most upright (straight
standing) people in the world and they consume large amounts of cattle
blood and milk.
There is tons more evidence that animal products are not as bad as some claim.
(ex dairy & beef farmer & consultant)