4845Two New Peer-Reviewed Scientific Studies
- Dec 6, 2013
"Heart disease continues to be the number one killer;
cancer, the number 2 killer, not far behind. The tragic
aspect of these deadly diseases is that they could all
be cured, I do believe, if we had sufficient funding."
- Arlen Specter
"Mortality from coronary artery disease is
lower in vegetarians than in non vegetarians."
- British Medical Journal, 1994; 308
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The December, 2013 issue of the American Journal of
Clinical Nutrition includes two papers which should
be of interest to Notmilk readers.
The first study was performed by analyzing data from
91,779 women participating in the California Teachers
Study Cohort Design. The data included 4,140 women
who were diagnosed with invasive breast cancer between
1995 and 2009.
"The finding that greater consumption of a plant-based
dietary pattern is associated with a reduced breast
The second study was performed by analyzing data from
Walter Willet's Harvard University Women's Nurse Study
and the Health Professionals Follow-Up-Study. The combined
total of subjects in the heart disease study included
113,276 male and female participants.
"Our data suggest that absolute quantity, rather than variety,
in fruit and vegetable intake is associated with a significantly
lower risk of Cardiovascular Heart Disease (CHD). Nevertheless,
consumption of specific fruit and vegetable subgroups was
associated with a lower CHD risk."
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"The medical literature tells us that the most effective ways
to reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes,
Alzheimer's, and many more problems are through healthy diet
- David Suzuki
"Breast cancer rates are lower in populations that consume
plant based diets."
- American Cancer Society Cancer Facts and Figures, 1994
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In cases of both cancer and heart disease, we've actually
been aware of both cause and cure for many decades. It is
as simple as following the Bible's first commandment:
Indeed; man has had the one and only true answer