Movie Review: What the Health
The long-awaited sequel to Cowspiracy from producers Kip Andersen and Keegan Kuhn has arrived – and it does not disappoint. The film follows Andersen as he interviews doctors, health professionals and others about diet and health. The film examines the connection between the meat, dairy and pharmaceutical industries, as well as various health organizations. Andersen tries to contact representatives from various producers health organizations, but is either fobbed off or comes away dissatisfied with their responses.
Some of the claims made in the film include the following:
Eating 1 egg per day is just as bad as smoking 5 cigarettes per day for life expectancy.
The USDA admitted that eggs cannot legally be labelled as nutritious, low fat, part of a balanced diet, low calorie, healthful, healthy, good for you, or safe.
Milk does not build strong bones.
There is a strong link between dairy foods and autoimmune diseases.
Most people in the world are lactose intolerant.
Countries with the highest rates of dairy consumption have the highest rates of osteoporosis.
Dairy is linked to many different types of cancer.
The number one source of saturated fat is dairy.
Most of the world’s GMO crops are consumed by livestock with dairy cows consuming the most per animal.
93% of dioxin exposure comes from eating animal products.
The pharmaceutical industry sells 80% of all antibiotics made in the United States to animal agriculture.
One serving of processed meat per producers day increases the risk of developing diabetes by 51%.
The leading source of sodium in the American diet for adults is chicken.
The number one dietary source of cholesterol in America is chicken.
Diabetes is not caused by eating a high carbohydrate diet or sugar.
The amount of people who die from cardiovascular disease is equivalent to four jumbo jets crashing every single hour, every single day, every single year.
Within minutes of eating dead meat bacteria toxins, the body gets a burst of inflammation, stiffening or paralyzing the arteries.
You can stop and reverse heart disease with plant-based diets.
174 consecutive patients with high blood pressure were put on a plant based diet, and all lowered their blood pressure enough to eliminate the need for medication.
The strategy of the meat, dairy & egg industry is to confuse the public and to introduce doubt, not unlike the tobacco industry.
There are no studies showing that eating eggs and meat in moderation can turn your heart disease around and improve it.
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