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Help Stop Pandemics & Global Warming. Go Vegan. Livestock Is 51% of Green House Gasses! Most Recent Pandemics Are From Livestock Operations: Covid-19, SARS, Swine Flu, Bird Flu. Most Pandemics Are Caused From Factory Farming & Wet Markets!

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Get the world out. Tell your friends and family to eat more vegetables. Eating vegetables has been shown by many studies to reduce the risk of many types of cancer. In addition, eating vegetables reduces our carbon footprint.

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Cancer Fighting Foods To Lower Risk Of Breast Cancer Are Vegetables.

According to research, women who eat a high amount of fruits and vegetables each day have a lower risk of breast cancer than those that take fewer fruits and vegetables per day. According to the research, vegetables like broccoli, yellow and orange vegetables helps to reduce the risk of breast cancer.

Fruits and vegetables help to reduce breast cancer risk because of the presence of nutrients like fibre, antioxidants, and other micronutrients which is crucial in reducing the breast cancer risk.

Source: Harvard

Long-term Metanalysis Studies Show Countries With Vegetable Rich Diets Have Less Prostate Cancer.

Prostate cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer that affects men today with over 1.2 million new cases of prostate cancer diagnosed globally in 2008 according to research.

There are many studies that show that countries, where men eat a typical “Western” diet that contains a large amount of meat have an incidence of prostate cancer like the aggressive prostate cancer, is higher than in countries where plant-based foods are the main components of their diet.

A study done by Harvard to know the relationship between diet and prostate cancer shows that men with prostate cancer can easily sustain a healthier eating pattern but there was no significant effect on the Men’s Eating and Living (MEAL) diet on two-year clinical progression among men that are on active surveillance for prostate cancer.

Source: Harvard, Harvard