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VEGAN + Vegetarian ATHLETES – Natural ( Myths Weak Skinny Pale Protein Baby Cow Milk Cooked Meat )

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VEGAN + Vegetarian ATHLETES – Natural ( Myths Weak Skinny Pale Protein Baby Cow Milk Cooked Meat )

Posted on 19 March 2017 by admin

MeatVideo.com (factory farms, must see), VeganHealth.org (RD), VeganBodyBuilding.com, PCRM.org (Drs), happycow.net (restaurants), FamousVeggie.com, VegCooking.com – Respect yourself and others, we live longer and can be strong.

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Vegan Meat: Garbanzo Bean Burger and Tempeh Broccoli Saute

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Vegan Meat: Garbanzo Bean Burger and Tempeh Broccoli Saute

Posted on 14 March 2017 by admin

“Replacing Meat,” featuring Food for Life recipes from The Cancer Project, which is affiliated with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). The Cancer Project promotes cancer prevention and survival through a better understanding of cancer causes, particularly the link between nutrition and cancer. Registered Dietitian Stephanie Beine and Chef Sualua Tupulo will present low fat, entirely vegan, and absolutely tasty dishes to enrich our health and lives with better food choices! For more information on sustainable and healthy diets please visit: www.crisis2peace.org and suprememastertv.com Ⓥ Green facts concerning our meat and dairy consumption and how WE are destroying our planet…our ONLY HOME! WE have the power on your plate to save our planet and be the compassionate animal loving beings we “claim” to be! ❤ One of the most empowering, compassionate, and environmentally sound action wecan take to raise our vibration mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually, is to no longer create and ingest the trauma of other sentient beings. Ⓥ Mother Nature is telling us that we are Vegan Beings (Plant-Based Diet) – epidemic levels of disease and environmental destruction! At this point of our evolution, humans are biologically Herbivore/Frugivore: vitalveda.wordpress.com twitter.com vitalveda.wordpress.com http www.facebook.com If we want Peace in our World – Hearts-Minds-Bodies-Souls – why would we create and consume violence? Thank you for being and

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Hillshire Farm Commercial ~ GO MEAT!

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Hillshire Farm Commercial ~ GO MEAT!

Posted on 15 October 2016 by admin

The Best Hillshire Farm Commercial GO MEAT! GO MEAT! I said a beef hot links, I said a beef hot links, I said a beef hot links, I said a beef hot links, I said a brat, beef kielbasa hot smoked sausage cheddarworst! I said a brat, beef kielbasa hot smoked sausage cheddarworst! When I say Hillshire, you say farm! Hillshire! Farm! GO MEAT! – Other Hillshire Farm Commercials – Beef Hot Links – www.youtube.com That Salad Rocks – www.youtube.com Choo Choo Train – www.youtube.com Football – www.youtube.com Miller High Life – www.youtube.com Smoked Sausage – www.youtube.com Talking Grill – www.youtube.com Police Station – www.youtube.com Entree Salads – www.youtube.com This video was created by Hillshire Farm and is for promotional purposes only
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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FOOD CURATED: The Good Slaughter: A Meat Cutter Shares His Processing Floor

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FOOD CURATED: The Good Slaughter: A Meat Cutter Shares His Processing Floor

Posted on 01 June 2016 by admin

“My hope is that my children will have the same passion for this as I do…” Meet Larry Althiser, the owner and head meat cutter for Larry’s Custom Meats in Hartwick, NY, a small farming community in the Northern Catskills. Larry takes pride in his slaughterhouse. He’s been butchering and processing animals for over 30 years, learning through hard work his philosophy on the right way to slaughter animals so we can eat. I spent two days upstate with Larry at his brand new processing plant to learn firsthand how animals become food — a rare opportunity to tell the story of transparency in the meat industry. Truth be told, I was very, very anxious going into this shoot. The night before, I tossed and turned in my bed, restless for hours. I just wasn’t sure if I was ready to see the whole process, to film what I’d been shy to film for years. But, I had to do it. It’s a story I wanted to tell, a good story about a proud butcher open to teaching his trade, and a story I felt compelled to share with many others, like me, who didn’t want to be disconnected to their food any longer. Visit: foodcurated.com for the FULL post. Thanks for watching!

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Farm to Fridge – The Truth Behind Meat Production

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Farm to Fridge – The Truth Behind Meat Production

Posted on 19 May 2016 by admin

Mercy For Animals presents Farm to Fridge. Narrated by Oscar-nominee James Cromwell, this powerful film takes viewers on an eye-opening exploration behind the closed doors of the nation’s largest industrial farms, hatcheries, and slaughter plants — revealing the often-unseen journey that animals make from Farm to Fridge. Learn more at: www.MeatVideo.com http www.MercyForAnimals.org
Video Rating: 3 / 5

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Cancer Facts – Meat Consumption and Cancer Risk – part 3

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Cancer Facts – Meat Consumption and Cancer Risk – part 3

Posted on 17 April 2016 by admin

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by JSA_NZ

Cancer Facts – Meat Consumption and Cancer Risk – part 3

Breast Cancer

Countries with a higher intake of fat, especially fat from animal products, such as meat and dairy products, have a higher incidence of breast cancer.13,14,15 In Japan, for example, the traditional diet is much lower in fat, especially animal fat, than the typical western diet, and breast cancer rates are low. In the late 1940s, when breast cancer was particularly rare in Japan, less than 10 percent of the calories in the Japanese diet came from fat.16 The American diet is centered on animal products, which tend to be high in fat and low in other important nutrients, with 30 to 35 percent of calories coming from fat. When Japanese girls are raised on westernized diets, their rate of breast cancer increases dramatically. Even within Japan, affluent women who eat meat daily have an 8.5 times higher risk of breast cancer than poorer women who rarely or never eat meat.17 One of the proposed reasons is that fatty foods boost the hormones that promote cancer.

The consumption of high-fat foods such as meat, dairy products, fried foods, and even vegetable oils causes a woman’s body to make more estrogens, which encourage cancer cell growth in the breast and other organs that are sensitive to female sex hormones. This suggests that, by avoiding fatty foods throughout life, hormone-related cancer risk decreases. A 2003 study, published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, found that when girls ages eight to ten reduced the amount of fat in their diet—even very slightly—their estrogen levels were held at a lower and safer level during the next several years. By increasing vegetables, fruits, grains, and beans, and reducing animal-derived foods, the amount of estradiol (a principal estrogen) in their blood dropped by 30 percent, compared to a group of girls who did not change their diets.18

Harvard researchers recently conducted a prospective analysis of 90,655 premenopausal women, ages 26 to 46, enrolled in the Nurses’ Health Study II and determined that intake of animal fat, especially from red meat and high-fat dairy products, during premenopausal years is associated with an increased risk of breast cancer. Increased risk was not associated with vegetable fats.19

In addition, researchers at the Ontario Cancer Institute conducted a meta-analysis of all the case-control and cohort studies published up to July 2003 that studied dietary fat, fat-containing foods, and breast cancer risk. Case-control and cohort study analyses yielded similar risk results, with a high total fat intake associated with increased breast cancer risk. Significant relative risks for meat and saturated fat intake also emerged, with high meat intake increasing cancer risk by 17 percent and high saturated fat intake increasing cancer risk by 19 percent.20

Several studies show meat intake to be a breast cancer risk factor, even when confounding factors, such as total caloric intake and total fat intake, are controlled.21,22 Part of the reason may be that meat becomes a source of carcinogens and/or mutagens, such as HCAs, that are formed while cooking meat at high temperatures. A review of HCAs showed that certain HCAs are distributed to the mammary gland and that humans can activate HCAs metabolically.23 As a consequence, frequent meat consumption may be a risk factor for breast cancer.21

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