The WHO’s IARC working group failed to be objective or critical and presented weak evidence against red meat to a world that is in desperate need of proper nourishment. Image Credit: The National Cancer Institute.

Why is the World Health Organisation Anti-Meat?

A look at the laughable evidence used by the IARC to wrongfully condemn red meat.

The soft, leather seats and bustle of the coffee shop belied the importance of the meeting. It was going well so far, skipping along with nods and positive noises, and then everything changed. Upon hearing some of my recommendations, the healthcare…

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Registered nutritionist (BSc mBANT rCNHC) simplifying the science of health and nutrition. Not happy with the status quo. Helping myself & others.

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Registered nutritionist (BSc mBANT rCNHC) simplifying the science of health and nutrition. Not happy with the status quo. Helping myself & others.

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