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This week, Patchman takes the discussion of physical health to the next major food-group that most people consume on a daily basis: Animal Food. Specifically, meat!
Meat is a very large topic, beyond the different types of meat and meat products, there is also the discussion of the studies linking meat and disease, the massive conversation concerning the agricultural industry, and of course, if it’s even morally or spiritually ethical to eat meat in the first place. Today, we are focusing specifically just on the meat itself, its connection to our bodies health, and the research surrounding it, and we intend to return to go deeper to those other topics in the future.
This is a very important and critical topic that needs to be discussed, and so without further adieux, please enjoy this instalment in the Physical Health series!
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Want to know the worst health advice possible? Just follow the news and read newspapers, that’ll do. This video covers the recent publicity concerning red and processed meat and cancer. A topic I wanted to cover a while back, but now seems to be the perfect time to mention the subject. FYI I follow a plant-based diet, do with that information whatever you like.
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