Colin Campbell believes they CIA is trying to stop him to bring the news of his discoveries.
When he returned from China, after publishing his mass epidemiological study, CIA shown up in his home…
Colin Campbell is a prominent American scientist and tireless explorer of the causes and consequences of carcinogenic diseases.
He is educated and decent, but at the same time cheeky and brave. Due to the results of his researches, CIA knocked on his doors.
Studies have shown that the consumption of products of animal origin, fish, and milk stimulate chronic illnesses and health disorders, posing a greater risk than inheritance or the environment, says Professor Campbell, who linked the casein – protein from the milk with the breast cancer.
His professional life focus was cancer and nutrition, and he argues that the global and national cancer fight has chosen the wrong enemy, and he excludes all formic diets, such as Atkinson’s disease or high-protein diet. He doesn’t support the celebrated doctors who prescribe diets with wild salmon, expensive herbs and other supplements.
“Diet can be used to prevent and reverse cancer just like it prevents and reverses heart disease,” he said. “A diet high in animal protein increases the amount of carcinogens going to the cells. It increases the enzyme MFO (mixed function oxidase) that causes increased carcinogenic activity.”
In the lab, Campbell has shown that increasing consumption of animal protein alters MFO and activates cancer while decreasing consumption detoxifies cancer. A high protein diet derived from animal products increases cell replication and increases oxygen free radicals associated with cancer and aging.
What is most interesting, is that the scientist believes that the plants can provide us with all the necessary proteins.
After 50 years of nutritionist biochemical research, Campbell casein was considered as one of the most relevant chemical carcinogens ever identified.
The myth of milk is fake:
The public still recommends consumption of animal products, and while milk is beneficial and better than soda drinks, studies have shown that it doesn’t improve bone health in the later years. Instead, many studies have shown that milk increases the risk of osteoporosis later in your life.
The Cornell Chronicle has vowed to publish Dr. Campbell’s research, but never did. Campbell claims that this is another example of the pressure of the industry on universities, and claims that Cornell is trying to discredit him.
Campbell has spent more than five decades in laboratory research. He’s adamant the public has a right to know his results.
Then the CIA has shown up at his door with questions…
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