EXCLUSIVE: T. Colin Campbell Blasts BBC's 'Unchangeable Carnivore' Doctor For 'Arrogant Assertion'

Campbell denied claims his views are not backed by evidence
 

In this exclusive PBN video, China Study author Dr. T. Colin Campbell claims a BBC program hosted by Dr. Giles Yeo misrepresented him.

According to Dr. Yeo, he 'got T. Colin Campbell to say they don't have all the proof to show just a little bit of animal protein is bad for you'.

But Dr. Campbell says: "A near perfect example of how mainstream forces collude to withhold information from the public was recently provided by a BBC documentary that attempted to discredit me, and my findings in my book The China Study.

"The presenter, Dr. Giles Yeo, has been boasting ever since it aired that he, to use his words, got me to admit on TV that I don't have any proof for my views.

"This is an arrogant assertion that is either astonishingly inaccurate or deceitful."

You can watch Klaus Mitchell's interview both Dr. Giles Yeo and Dr. T. Colin Campbell in this video

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