It’s just dirty reporting and it’s dirty science with an agenda in mind and they’re trying to push an agenda with these studies and the public is really mislead because if you look at it, there are plenty of interventional studies with meat that are a completely different story, they paint totally different stories about the health of animal products and if you look at epidemiology that is not interventional studies, that have been done outside of the Westernized world, they paint a completely different story because the ethos around animal foods is very different.
If you look at epidemiology studies in Asia, the people who eat the most meat, have the longest life, the lowest rates of cardiovascular disease, the lowest rates of cancer, it’s a completely different story, but you never hear about that on the news. -Paul Saladino
Living the adventure, and advocating a passionate and healthy lifestyle, Renee is a freediver and creative. She trains and teaches freediving in Dahab, Egypt, documenting her journey along the way, sharing her love of the sea and her passion for freediving and self-development.