Protein Kills eBook

With chronic illness, obesity, and Cancer at all time highs, it’s not an overstatement to proclaim that something is wrong! Cancer has tripled since 1980, two-thirds of Americans are overweight, and half are taking prescription pills for chronic issues. While we can point our fingers at many causes, the one that indiscreetly goes under the radar is protein. This raises important questions. What is protein exactly? How does it truly affect the human body? How much of it do you actually need? And the most famous health question of all time; Where do you get your protein from?

In the controversial book Protein Kills, Health Educator, Kevin W. Reese, clearly and concisely tackles the most controversial topic in health. With fun examples and analogies he goes inside the human body to to present seven reasons why a high-protein diet can be deadly.



"I work at a hospital lab, and ive seen many dialysis patients with critically high creatinine and BUN levels. i dont know about their pre-medical history, but i would like to share my thoughts regarding diet and kidney diseases or the different inflammations in the body. When i started trying to lose weight, i turned my sights on protein powders, yet, at the back of my mind, i know that excess proteins, when broken down, will give off excess waste products, creatinine being on of the wastes that is 100% excreted by the kidney. protein also has purine, and when purine is metabolized, uric acid will be produced. it scared me to think that im doing my diet all wrong. i knew that protein is made up of amino acid. and acidosis is not good for the body, nor are tumors, autoimmune diseases and gout. This book made me relearn all i needed to know about the side-effects of protein, animal protein to be exact. what i appreciate is that mr reese gave seven reasons in simple terms." - Lucus

"Good book to have in the arsenal alongside Proteinaholic and very easy to read." - Ivo

"Great information. A little on the short side, otherwise good." - Cam

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