If you eat cancer, do you get cancer?

Time for a crackpot cancer theory… in the form of a few quick thoughts:

  • If you eat cancer, do you get cancer?
  • Do they scan farm animals for cancer?
  • Why do vegans have lower incidences cancer?

Cue spooky noises.

Update: Found this page on a similar subject. Here’s a quote:

Epidemiologically, the intake of animal source food correlates with the country-by-country incidence of six types of cancer. Although none of the reporting countries can be assumed to have large vegan or even vegetarian populations, it appears that the less animal source food per capita, the lower the cancer rate.

Sounds a bit more sophisticated that the title of this blog post…

5 thoughts on “If you eat cancer, do you get cancer?”

  1. Eating cancer? That’s pretty crackpot.

    How about rich people eating too much meat and a healther diet lowering cancer risk, or higher meat consumption in industrialised countries coinciding with higher exposure to various inorganic materials or radiations?

  2. A thought: vegans presumably eat more vegetables to make up for what they’re missing by not eating meat, and more vegetables decreases probability of contracting bowel cancer, which is, I am led to believe, quite common. But of course, I’m also part of the government coverup 🙂

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