Protein facts
   
Americans have been led to think that a strong, healthy body needs animal protein. While it is true that a strong, healthy body is the reward of adequate protein intake, the protein that comes from animal foods, such as beef and chicken, eggs, and other diary products, creates disease. Not only does this type of protein contribute to disease, but consuming too much of it makes matters even worse. Americans eat far too much protein, a result of an animal-based diet. Among other ill-effects. excessive protein causes the kidneys to overwork and results in irreversible scarring and kidney damage. Consider that the world's largest land animals don't eat meat. Read more...

Are chicken and dairy good foods?
   
Unfortunately, the answer is no. Because chicken and dairy are both packaged with animal protein, saturated fat, and cholesterol, they are foods that should be eaten sparingly or eliminated from the diet. While chicken may be a better choice than beef it is still can not be considered a health food. As for dairy, although we have been lead to believe that diary is essential for strong bones, this is far from the truth. Cows don't get their calcium from drinking milk. Read more...

    We have also been led to believe that osteoporosis is the result of inadequate calcium intake. The truth is that osteoporosis is caused by excessive calcium excretion. Certain foods cause your body to get rid of calcium, leaving you in negative calcium balance. Read more...

Other risks associated with animal food consumption
   
Animal protein creates inflammation in the body (read about how inflammation affects your health and which foods contribute), increases your risk for cancer and kidney disease, and accelerates aging, and is packaged with saturated fat and cholesterol, known to be significant contributors to heart disease and diabetes.