U.S. meat consumption has peaked. Data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture show that meat eating across the country fell from the 2004 high point of 184 pounds (83 kilograms) per person to 171 pounds in 2011. Early estimates for … Continue reading
Photo credit: woodleywonderworks While certainly a topic of perennial and vehement debate, most nutritionists and studies agree that the human consumption of animal meat is part of a balanced diet. The proteins found in animal meat and fat contain all … Continue reading
PETA, an animal rights organization based in USA, has named this year’s “Sexiest Vegetarians Next Door“. Over 200,000 people took part in the voting process which involved 32 finalists. The voters selected Amber, from Minnesota, and Monty, from California, as … Continue reading
Photo credit: Marshall Astor – Food Pornographer Kathy Freston, a “self-help author and personal growth and spirituality counselor”, has posted an interesting article over at the Huffington Post about the consequences of eating meat. Or in this case if we … Continue reading
Soccer in Spain is kind of a big deal. Rivalries here are pretty huge, Real Madrid vs. Barcelona is like Yankees vs. Red Sox but with more Catalunyan separatist pride, so it’s a much more political statement here. As I’ve … Continue reading
Rajendra Pachauri, who currently chairs the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) since 2002 and who recently won the Nobel Peace Price along with Al Gore, said at a speech in London on Monday evening that “meat production puts more … Continue reading
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