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Monday, March 11, 2013

The China Study - Comprehensive data for the case against animal protein

The China Study has been cited by many
people, including celebrities, as the reason
they eliminated  all animal protein from their
diet.

Some credit this change with saving their lives.

Others say that the interpretation of the
massive amount of data that came from the
20-year project was flawed.

Look for yourself and draw your conclusions.



The China Study



Comprehensive data for the case 
against animal protein

You can't be a student of real foods without coming 

across The China Study. 

Through a 20-year partnership of Cornell University,

 Oxford University, 

and the Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine, the project surveyed 

diseases and lifestyle factors in rural China and Taiwan. The project 

became known as The China Study, and its findings were presented

 in a book by the project's director, health researcher T.

 Colin Campbell, PhD, and his son Thomas M Campbell.

When The China Study was released in 2005, it rocked many

 people's view of health and nutrition. Some call it “the most 

comprehensive study of nutrition ever conducted” and

 "inspirational." Many people, including a number of celebrities, 

cite The China Study as one of the reasons they switched to 

a plant-based diet and credit it with saving their lives. Others,

 however, blast the study for drawing incorrect conclusions

 from the data. 

This video summarizes the findings of The China Study. 

More background can be found in this book review.






Comprehensive 
data for the case
against animal protein


You can't be a student of real foods without coming 
across The China Study.

Through a 20-year partnership of Cornell University, 
Oxford University, and the Chinese Academy of
 Preventive Medicine, the project surveyed diseases 
and lifestyle factors in rural China and Taiwan. 

The project became known as The China Study, and its
 findings were presented in a book by the 
project's director, health researcher T. Colin 
Campbell, PhD, and  his son Thomas M Campbell.

When The China Study was released in 2005,
 it rocked many people's view of health and nutrition. 
Some call it “the most comprehensive study
 of nutrition ever conducted” and "inspirational." 
Many people, including  a number of celebrities, 
cite The China Study as one of the reasons they
 switched to a plant-based diet and credit it with 
saving their lives. Others, 
however, blast the study for drawing incorrect 
conclusions from the data.

This video summarizes the findings of The China Study. 
More background 
can be found in this book review.
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