​​​​The China Study

Those who don’t like it will always try to question the science..!!

The China Study

The China Study follows the work of Dr. T. Colin Campbell, from his decades of laboratory experiments on protein consumption, to The China Project, referred to as the “Grand Prix of epidemiology” by The New York Times. The China Project examined more than 350 variables of health and nutrition with surveys from 6,500 adults in more than 2,500 counties across China and Taiwan, and conclusively demonstrates the link between nutrition and heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.


Do you question science?

We believe everyone should develop their own intuition. What do you think about the China Study?

We think that it’s unique, being commissioned by a Head of State who had terminal cancer and sought for his people to have a better understanding of what causes cancer. To us, that makes it more independent than your typical ‘funded by business’ studies.

The China study, They find a strong correlation between better health and plant based diet and worse health and animal based diet.

We don’t even need a study to see this, it feels obvious, and it’s not cruel. Take the time to see what feels right for you.

Do not limit ourselves.

When the scientists limit themselves to that which they can measure and understand, they miss the very miracles of the universe.

They said to the Wright brothers,

‘You cannot fly a plane made out of metal, it’s too heavy, what quackery is this?’

Oh, and don’t forget Galileo, who made the mistake of pointing out that the earth wasn’t flat and that it revolves around the sun along with the other planets in our solar system.

This contradicted the authority of the time, and so, legend has it that he had to keep this knowledge hidden his whole life, for fear of retribution.

We understand that the Catholic Church recently apologised for this. Better late than never, yes, but think what this great man might have achieved if not forced to live under the spectre of retribution.

How about we encourage our innovators.

“Dear brainy people, please save the world now.”

Remember what Einstein said about the power of imagination. He imagined himself on the front of a beam of light as it was turned on, and spread it’s trail of illumination. That is how he saw his relativity. What an amazing creative human.

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” – Albert Einstein

Let’s all get together and imagine a better world.

Don’t be constrained by the past. We haven’t we done it already, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be done. Rather, it’s because of the bias in our world.

The current controlling institutions of the earth have a bias towards the status quo.

This means that they want to keep things the same. They’re doing pretty good as is, oil companies like people driving petrol cars. So year after year, we perfect the same combustion engine with different features.

Is this really progress?

Why do we need automatic windows? What if they break?

Why does my car have 16 computers?

Is that why flat batteries are now a much higher percentage of the road service call outs?

Who did kill the electric car?

Can everyone see that we’re not really making progress. It’s hard to innovate when these institutions have scientists who aim to dismiss or reject anything that cannot be proven.

They argue away the most brilliant ideas, and then do the same to things like the threat of damage from fracking.

‘You can’t prove that it will cause damage.’

Really? Using toxic chemicals and massive quantities of water to fracture the earth?

Remember Uncle Bob and the earthquakes. The scientists said it was .01% likely that the fracking caused the nearby earthquakes.

We don’t understand how the drillers can discount the very risks that they have created.

To us, it seems the same with nuclear power. It’s far too dangerous and the risks last for too long. What gives people living here now the right to leave poisons for future generations.

On this point about questioning the science, we also say think about who is making the claim, who is paying for the scientists. How come some studies say mobile phones are OK and some say that they are dangerous?

It literally depends who funds the study..!!

Open your mind and heart and be your own bullsh*t detector..!!

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