It's just all those seem to contradict each other. Paleo says lots of meat = no cancer. Forks and knives = very little animal products = no cancer. I just get very confused at this point. I stick to no artificial anything and a diet ratio I grew up with (lots of veggies and salads, little dairy products more like to accompany a dish like butter on veggies, not too much nor too little organic good meat and fish, good eggs, but also whole grains and sugar) - none of us are overweight nor have isues, and there was very little cancer in my family (grandpa had testical cancer at age 86) but my mom has high blood pressure and prediabetic numbers (but she eats significantly more animal fat than our regular diet, she barely eats refined sugar), and maternal grandma needed a new heartvalve in her 80ies (it was suspected heart damage was from uncured bacterial infections and multiple pregnancies and she never went to docs nor received decent care until older). So I guess I really want to make sense with all the information out there and put it into perspective.
Any insight, links - all highly welcome! Thanks!