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The China Study by T. Colin Campbell, PhD and Thomas M. Campbell II
In contrast to Eating Animals, there’s not a lot of emotion of The China Study, just a lot of facts about nutrition and the sickening, often scary effects of eating animal products of any kind. It goes a little something like this: “Rats in group A were fed milk, and rats in group B were not. All of the rats in group A got cancer and none of the rats in group B suffered any negative effects whatsoever.” “Rats in group A were fed liver, and rats in group B were not. All of the rats in group A got cancer and none of the rats in group B suffered any negative effects whatsoever.” Repeat, repeat, repeat, until you finally get halfway through a test study and want to throw the book on your comforter and say, “Let me GUESS how this one’s gonna end,” and “Are you KIDDING ME? Not AGAIN!” But the authors aren’t trying to tug at your heart strings; they are presenting the facts they have. And if they’re right, I’m hanging with the B rats.
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