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Meat Is Murder—but It’s People Being Killed (and Not How You Think)

Richard Conniff, ,May 22, 2016
23,000 Americans will die this year from antibiotic-resistant infections; 80 percent of antibiotics in the U.S. are used by the meat industry.

The best cut of meat you’ve never tried

By Cantwell: The way I eat chicken surprises most people. That’s because while everyone else is fighting over the white meat, I just sit back, relax and patiently wait my turn to get my fill of the various dark sections hidden in the poultry that most folks pass up. The reason: That’s where many important nutrients hide.
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The best natural sources of protein

By Ravensthorpe: (NaturalNews) Protein is the name given to a group of large, complex molecules that form the basis of tissues in living organisms. These groups, which consist of one or more long chains of amino acid residues, perform a huge number of essential roles in our bodies, including aiding the growth and repair of cells, maintaining immune function and much more.

Where do vegetarians get their protein? Here's where..

By Wells:(NaturalNews) Whenever you are asked that question and begin to have any doubts, it's time to take a closer look at protein profiles from raw vegetables, legumes, nuts, seeds and eggs as compared to common meats like hamburger, chicken, steak, lamb, turkey, pork, fish and shrimp.

Surprising foods that promote kidney damage


The kidneys are vital organs that many people do not think much about, nor are they very knowledgeable about them. Many people know the general area where the kidneys are located in the body and that their function has something to do with urine, but that is about it. It is important to know about the kidneys, though, because they play a vital role in the proper functioning of the body.

America: The land of meat, cheese and bread


"Which bread would you like sir/ma'am, our signature pesticide-toasted whole wheat or our extra-gluten IBS bread with high-fructose corn syrup swirls? Did you want extra rennet (calf stomach) with your cheese spread? How about the animal, did you choose which hormone-infected animal you wanted from the pen out back? You know we chop 'em up fresh here at the one and only 'Mad Cow!'"

Court slaps down meat industry efforts to avoid country of origin labeling on meat products


Shady efforts by the meat industry to sidestep having to inform consumers about where its cattle are born, raised and slaughtered have ultimately failed, as a U.S. District Court recently struck down lunatic claims that the new requirements somehow violate free speech. In her 76-page ruling, Judge Ketanji B. Jackson rejected claims by the meat industry that new U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) meat labeling requirements violate the First Amendment, a strong judicial move that represents a solid victory for the truth-in-labeling movement.