Upon reviewing an array of studies discussing the link between diet and colon cancer, scientists from the Bremen Institute for Prevention, Research, and Social Medicine and the German Cancer Research Center stated in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition that ‘the relationship between a vegetarian and fiber-rich diet and a decreased risk for colon cancer has been reported in many studies.
The study actually says: “The relationship between a vegetarian and fiber-rich diet and a decreased risk for colon cancer has been reported in many studies. In this study, the influence of other factors such as health-conscious behavior and a healthy lifestyle seem to indicate partly stronger effects than nutrition itself.” Researchers at the Center for Health Research at Loma Linda University reported in The American Journal of Epidemiology in 1998 that colon cancer has “a positive association with … both red meat intake and white meat intake.”
Those are genuinely inaccurate because PETA’s selective editing gives a false impression of the studies. They misrepresent what the studies actually do say. I also earlier noted a paragraph in that web page where PETA left out six words from a sentence in one study and significantly changed the meaning. You convienently ignored that one. Like I said, reading comprehension doesn’t seem to be your strong point. Come to think of it, gullibility and reading comprehension seem to be requirements if someone wants to be an ARA. You sure exhibit those traits. Add a lack of critical thinking into the mix and you fit the bill perfectly.