Beef increases breast cancer risk

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Beef increases breast cancer risk

Many beef cattle are routinely injected with estrogen to fatten them for market. This estrogen is still in the meat when it gets to your table; not in large quantities, but in measurable quantities, meat and eggs from conventionally raised chickens contain the antibiotics and petrochemical xenobiotics (pesticides) they're fed. Many of these toxins are concentrated in the fatty tissues of animal products, which means you're getting a far more potent dose with these foods than with vegetables.

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