Thanks for the article! It lead me to a few others that are awesome. I will be visiting that site often!!
In case this hasn't been posted yet, NPR covered the dawn of prehistoric meat-eating today. This is an easily digestible (har har) overview of why meat and cooking is good, and why vegetarianism and raw foodism might not be so good.
someone posted this on my page on FB this morning. yay meat!
"Was this story courtesy of the beef industry? Eating some lean meat like fish is good, but eating fatty red meat every week is not good and it is one of the leading causes of high blood pressure, heart attacks, cancer, and obesity."
I would have thought that comments on the NPR page would provide a teeny weeny bit more in-depth analysis than that.
They have been running a whole series this past week. It's been very good.
I hope pat morrison listenes to this too. She is a vegetarian...
Thanks for the link.
i didn't listen to this story, but my dad, who is an avid npr listener, forwarded me a link on raw milk and other raw foods. i'll see if i can find it.
i will maintain the truth
i knew naturally as a child
i won't forfeit my creativity
to a world that's all laid out for me
i'll look at everything around me
and i will vow to bear in mind
that all of this was just someone's idea
it could just as well be mine - ani difranco
Great article. Thanks for the link!
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This was another comment, dude can't even spell protein...
"In fact, our brains need glucose. Meat does not contain carbohydrates and therefore cannot provide glucose.
Atkins dieters... good luck working your brain on only protien."