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Animal Farming, Toxic Foods

In this video, Michael Fox spends about 26 minutes speaking on "Animal Farming, Toxic Foods" at the 34th Annual Cancer Convention held on Labor Day weekend by the Cancer Control Society.

About Michael Fox

MICHAEL FOX, D.V.M., Ph.D. was born in England and received his Veterinary Degree from London’s Royal Veterinary College and his Ph.D. in Medicine and a D.Sc. in Ethology/Animal Behavior from London University, England. He later went to the United States and became the Medical Research Associate at the State Research Hospital in Gallsburg, Illinois for 3 years. He then became the Associate Professor of Psychology at Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri. From 1976 up to the present, he has worked in the non-profit sector in animal and environmental protection and health.

Dr. Fox has authored over 40 books, including Agricide and Eating With Conscience—The Bioethics of Food. He has a nationwide syndicated newspaper column called “Animal Doctor.” He is also a Consulting Veterinarian and gives lectures and seminars both in the U.S. and abroad on a variety of topics related to animal welfare and behavior. He also lectures on planetary “CPR” (conservation, preservation and restoration), which is integral to human health and a viable future.

A full set of Dr. Fox’s writings are in the Archives of American Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University and The Parks Library, Ames, Iowa. He is profiled in Marquis’ Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in the World.

His latest books include Killer Foods: When Scientists Manipulate Genes, Better is Not Always Best and The Healing Touch for Dogs and The Healing Touch for Cats.

Dr. Fox will review some of the contributing factors to cancer, notably modern agricultural practices and the cruel “Factory Farming” of animals. He will show that cancer is a symptom of dis-ease whose prevention is beyond the reach of narrow-minded establishment medicine, which is a political problem.

Dr. Fox currently lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota and can be reached by his website and email [email protected].


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OK, I'm wired, I'm told. Well. Well, it's good to be here with so many informed people and inspiring people to like the last doctor you heard. It's a huge challenge that we face today. And my task this morning is to speak about the animals and the earth. My position is this. I'm basically an alien. And I just flew in this morning from outer space and I saw this beautiful green planet. And the closer I got, I realize it has got cancer. And the cancer is a human species. We are a blight on the earth. I hate to say it. I'm not a misanthrope. I love my brother and my sister and my neighbor. But we're in a mess. We're out of balance with the earth.

Hopi Indians call it Koyaanisqatsi life out of balance.

And we will not be well until we heal the earth and take care of the animals, the animals and the trees. The microorganisms, they keep the planet healthy. And this is where our task lies. Qantas is a symptom of disease. It is not a cause of disease. It is an impaired somatic cell. In the response to one or more often multiple insults, viral chemical in Europe humoral that we put out that disrupt cell DNA and RNA regulatory functions of cellular growth, regulation, metabolism, metaphysically, metaphysically cancer challenges us to heal our mind, body environment or earth connections. Emotional stress.

Just driving from the airport here. As emotional stress. People adapt. Adaptation can be a kind of denial until you reach the point that you don't know quite how much stress you're living in. But everything starts to blow your adrenal glands, give out, your immune system goes even if you're breathing clean air. Which you certainly down around here. I used to do The Tonight Show regular. I remember a couple of times going on the Johnny Carson and I was crying not because I was so emotionally moved, but the pollution here.

There's been a little bit of improvement metaphysically, mind, body environment connections, emotional stress, as well as environmental factors, nutritional deficiencies, excesses and imbalances.

I'm living in Minneapolis, Minnesota, right now. The flat land is the land of the fat. Talk about metabolic disruption. It's tragic. The obesity syndrome Dr. Wallach did not address yesterday.

Very, very serious.

Diabetes, circulatory problems, estrogen mimicking hormones in the environment, the dioxins, the P.C. bees that get concentrated in the food you eat, especially animal fat. Pretty serious, but this is symptomatic of a dysfunctional society. Metaphorically,


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