10 Lessons from the book The China Study

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Americans love to hear good things about their bad habits.

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Everything in food works together to create health or disease.

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You should not assume that your doctor has any more knowledge about food and its relation to health than your neighbors and coworkers.

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The distinction between government, industry, science and medicine have become blurred.

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Protein during promotion trumps the carcinogen, regardless of initial exposure.

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There are, in effect, two things: to know and to believe one knows. To know is science. To believe one knows is ignorance.

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There’s only one thing that we have to do in life, and that is to die.

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In one study of ten countries,14 a higher consumption of calcium was associated with a higher—not lower—risk of bone fracture

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