We're at the end of the line folks. The final chapter is essentially how to follow a paleo-diet. This is not a surprise as both authors have advocated paleo elsewhere. The only real difference now is that "Many have used this type of diet [paleo] successfully but have failed to consider the importance of food-based … Continue reading Eat Like a Nutrivore
Well, if you've been with me this far Dear Reader, what do you think? Propaganda coming out of the People's Socialist Republic of New York tells school children that "it takes ten full bathtubs of water to produce a quarter-pound burger." Lies, lies and more lies. Where does this water come from? Water treatment plants? … Continue reading Don’t Cattle Drink Too Much Water?
I only stumbled across this today when looking for a photo for my post. The site is worth a gander. More importantly, for those who don't fancy reading the 270 page book, or my posts, you can watch the documentary on: ItunesVuduGoogleplayAmazonDirecTVDish NetworkiNDEMAND Sacred Cow
The myth busting has come thick and fast in the last few chapters. Chapter 11 is no different. The truth is no, cattle do not take up too much land. What a surprise. Bring on the Documentary Our authors begin with the Meatless Mondays claim that livestock take up "75% of Earth's Agricultural Land." Given … Continue reading Don’t Cattle Take up Too Much Land?
The answer is yes...if you're a propagandist for vegetables or a shill for big-Agriculture. The answer is no if you have functioning brain cells and live on planet Earth. I know, this is a big ask for "anti-meaters". This is a short, punchy chapter that really debunks the idea that you have to put far … Continue reading Aren’t Cattle Inefficient with Feed?
Full disclosure: I don't believe in anthropomorphic global warming. If you know the history of this movement, and those who push this theory, you see that this is just another effort to destroy capitalism, private property and individual liberty. Do you not remember the East Anglia Climatic Research Unit scandal? If you want to be … Continue reading Are Cattle Contributing to Climate Change?
Don't pop the champagne just yet. You know, as well as I do, that these stories spring up from time-to -time. If they all came true, there'd be no cancer in the world. Nevertheless, scientist at the University of California San Francisco have finally been able to transform stem cells into insulin producing beta-cells. According … Continue reading Possible Stem Cell Cure for Diabetes
That's the question kemosabe. According to our authors, there is a perception that Americans are eating too much meat. They conjure up the image of a giant T-bone hanging over the side of the plate. Early in this chapter, Rodgers and Wolf also point out that a lot of Americans equate meat with beef. Apparently, … Continue reading Sacred Cow – Are We Eating Too Much Meat?
"How about restaurants in 10-15 years start treating carnivores the same way that smokers are treated? If they want to eat meat, they can do it outside the restaurant." So said Christiana Figueres, the former execute secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Would-be Totalitarian? This is a good jumping off point … Continue reading Sacred Cow – Meat as Scapegoat
I stumbled across this study last week when I was researching the "King, Prince, Pauper" eating method. The title is pretty catchy "Early dinner or "dinner like a pauper": Evidence, the habitual time of the largest meal of the day - dinner - is predisposing to severe COVID-19 outcome - death." The paper concludes that … Continue reading Big Dinners Linked to Covid Deaths?