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Question: What school lunch has ever had an identifiable piece of
meat?

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On Mar 14, 12:07*am, sf wrote:
http://www.foodandwine.com/blogs/201...about-red-meat

Question: *What school lunch has ever had an identifiable piece of
meat?

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Highly processed foods are not good for the body. "Conventionally"
raised beef, full of hormones and antibiotics in the feed, cows that
stand in lots with crap up to their bellies, are not good for the
body. It's the stuff in the conventionally raised beef that hurts
you. However, grass fed, pasture raised beef that is not full of
hormones and antibiotics is very good for you. Unprocessed, clean
food is good for you. The GMO and feed lot crap that passes for
stuff in the regular markets these days is not good for you. Best
thing to do is eat local and organic if you can. Find local growers,
dairy and farms. Yes you will pay more, but you will need less to
satisfy because the body can USE it, so you don't need as much. It's
there, you can find it, more and more people are.

Our food supply is adulterated. I can't afford a lot but I try to
use my money wisely to buy the best quality I can. It makes a
difference in my health.

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On Mar 14, 7:24*am, ImStillMags wrote:
On Mar 14, 12:07*am, sf wrote:

http://www.foodandwine.com/blogs/201...about-red-meat


The problem as I see it is not that we consume meat, it's what we feed
them in these factory farms that really bothers me and I believe
creates the health problems we face today.

Observing the rapid maturation of children speaks volumes but no one
listens. Children gain weight at alarming rates. Could it be that the
chemicals we feed to the animals and produce to produce more, bigger,
and faster are effecting our children as well?

We stuff our food with growth enhancers and steroids. We genetically
engineer plants that grow bigger and faster. It is any wonder that we
and our children are reaping the benefit of our scientific tampering?

Some animals are bred for food, some are bred as pets, and still
others are bred to help. At least we owe our food the respect and
dignity it deserves and to treat it well.


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On Mar 14, 7:24 am, ImStillMags wrote:
On Mar 14, 12:07 am, sf wrote:

http://www.foodandwine.com/blogs/201...about-red-meat


The problem as I see it is not that we consume meat, it's what we feed
them in these factory farms that really bothers me and I believe
creates the health problems we face today.

Observing the rapid maturation of children speaks volumes but no one
listens. Children gain weight at alarming rates. Could it be that the
chemicals we feed to the animals and produce to produce more, bigger,
and faster are effecting our children as well?

We stuff our food with growth enhancers and steroids. We genetically
engineer plants that grow bigger and faster. It is any wonder that we
and our children are reaping the benefit of our scientific tampering?

Some animals are bred for food, some are bred as pets, and still
others are bred to help. At least we owe our food the respect and
dignity it deserves and to treat it well.


Amen!


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On Mar 14, 11:55*am, "Ophelia" wrote:


Here is one of best articles I've seen on the red meat will kill you
debate. I happen to like this guy and his site and his wisdom.

http://www.marksdailyapple.com/will-...ou/#more-27840


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"ImStillMags" wrote in message
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On Mar 14, 11:55 am, "Ophelia" wrote:


Here is one of best articles I've seen on the red meat will kill you
debate. I happen to like this guy and his site and his wisdom.

http://www.marksdailyapple.com/will-...ou/#more-27840


Thanks, Mags. Saved to read later!

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