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MEDICAL EVIDENCE from a 20 year joint study of 880 million people by Cornell University, Oxford University, and the Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine "The CHINA STUDY" at Wikipedia QUOTE: “The findings from the China Study indicate that the lower the percentage of animal-based foods that are consumed, the greater the health benefits—even when that percentage declines from 10% to 0% of calories. So it’s not unreasonable to assume that the optimum percentage of animal-based products is zero...”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_China_Study and
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_China_Study#Blood_cholesterol_levels_correlated_to_diet.2C_particularly_animal_protein

MAYO HEALTH ORGANIZATION
"Vegetarians have lower rates of some cancers, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes". AND
"A vegetarian diet is consistent with many nutritional recommendations. For instance, the American Cancer Society's 1996 guidelines on diet, nutrition and cancer prevention include these suggestions: Get most of your food from plant sources, and limit high-fat foods -- especially those from animals." -Mayo Health Org.
http://www.mayoclinic.com

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DEATH FROM HEART ATTACK http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~an4m/recipes/antimeat.html
American Males 50%
Vegetarian Males 15%
Vegan Males 4% * a Vegan does not consume meat, nor dairy products
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IMPORTANT: If you try going on a Vegetarian or Vegan diet make CERTAIN that you get 100 to 300 mg of Vitamin B1, B2, B6, and at least 1000 mcg of B12 (B12 is in mcg not mg) else you get seriously depressed http://www.archure.net/salus/bhappy.html .
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VEGETARIAN DIETS and LONGEVITY: A study of 11,000 vegetarian and health-conscious people followed for an average of 17 years found that they had an overall mortality level 44 percent below that of the general population.
Source: British Medical Journal 1996;313:775-79.
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MEAT & CANCER
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
PCRM Cancer Prevention:
http://www.pcrm.org/health/prevmed/index.html
Links to the American Cancer Society's web pages on Vegetarianism American Cancer Society Quotes

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ANIMAL RIGHTS? Animal Rights

THE FOUNDATION OF ANIMAL RIGHTS

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vegan#Philosophical_foundations

WIKIQUOTE: Tom Regan, professor emeritus of philosophy at North Carolina State University, argues that animals are entities which possess "inherent value"[47] and therefore have "basic moral rights," and that the principal moral right they possess is "the right to respectful treatment."[48] Regan additionally argues that animals have a "basic moral right not to be harmed," which can be overridden only when the individual's right not to be harmed is "morally outweighed" by "other valid moral principles."[49][50] From this "rights view," Regan argues that "animal agriculture, as we know it, is unjust" even when animals are raised "humanely."[46][51] Regan argues against various justifications for eating meat including that "animal flesh is tasty," that it is "habit" for "individuals and as a culture", that it is "convenient," that "meat is nutritious," that there is an obligation to the economic interests of farmers or to the economic interests of a country, or that "farm animals are legal property," and finds that all fail to treat animals with the respect due to them by their basic rights.[52] Regan therefore argues that "those who support current animal agriculture by purchasing meat have a moral obligation to stop doing so" and that "the individual has a duty to lead a vegetarian way of life."[53]

Gary L. Francione, professor of Law at Rutgers School of Law-Newark, argues that animals are sentient, and that this is sufficient to grant them moral consideration.[54] Francione argues that "all sentient beings should have at least one right—the right not to be treated as property" and that there is "no moral justification for using nonhumans for our purposes."[54] Francione further argues that adopting veganism should be regarded as the "baseline" action taken by people concerned with animal rights.[54]

Peter Singer, professor of bioethics at Princeton, argues that there is "no moral justification" for refusing to take sentient animal suffering into consideration in ethical decisions.[55] Singer argues that an animal's interests warrant equal consideration with the interests of humans, and that not doing so is "speciesist."[55] Based upon his evaluation of these interests, Singer argues that "our use of animals for food becomes questionable—especially when animal flesh is a luxury rather than a necessity."[56] Singer does not contend that killing animals is always wrong, but that from a practical standpoint it is "better to reject altogether the killing of animals for food, unless one must do so to survive."[57] Singer therefore advocates both veganism and improved conditions for farm animals as practical means to reduce animal suffering.[58][59][60] :UN-WIKIQUOTE



Have MERCY
HUMAN RIGHTS: How can you have rights unless animals have rights? You are an animal (Great Ape). Law is supposed to represent Truth and Justice, what is Right. Eating meat was once thought of as necessary, but we now know that it is not, in fact its unhealthy ref "The China Study". So WHY does this barbaric cruelty and torture continue? Have we firmly established the existence of the Living Hell that Man has created and goes on daily? Perhaps you are not aware of what goes on in a slaughter house? maybe you have missed some details? turned a blind eye, and maybe there is worse things you didn't know? MERCY It's your responsibility to be aware of your own karmic intake (what you eat). If you knowingly accept stolen goods, you can be held liable; if you knowingly participate in a food system of cruelty and torture, you are liable. Eventually (the soon the better), The Law must admit, that you do not have the right to eat animals like you do, and you must stop.

PSYCHOLOGY OF EATING MEAT: TAKING HOSTAGES

Man has taken Animals as a Hostage. Man says "I want to live forever; but someday we all die; so unless God grants me Eternal Life, I will cause suffering in cruelty and death to others". Like a kid "unless you give me a donut, I am going to hold my breath and turn blue". Or like a Terrorist "Unless you give me what I want, I am taking hostages"; like it’s really going to help. Is it going to help? Not in the long run. If Eternal Life is possible, that’s not the way to gain it, and it isn't going to be gained that way.

Lower IQ people or "not as intelligent as others", use Meat as a Self Defense mechanism, saying "I don't care if the animals suffers for my dinner, I want the animal to suffer, maybe I should kill it myself, to show you and everyone how dangerous and cruel I am, then you will all fear me and respect me and give me everything I want, ha ha ha". (no one is going to attack him, he is dangerous, go take advantage of someone else). They take hostages in order to protect themselves, but does it help protect one’s self to take a hostage? No.

"The Hermetica" The Lost Wisdom of the Pharaohs, Translated by Freke & Gandy, Written by the Egyptian sage Hermes, Writings attributed to Thoth 3000 BC, a translation from 6000 BC, pg 137 CHAPTER XVIII:
"The inexorable working of destiny, imposed on man by the turning of the Zodiac, subjects all human beings to the pain of birth and death. Man's problem is that in his ignorance he believes himself to be just a body, one that will grow old, suffer and eventually die. His sense of injustice at the inevitability of this fate leads him to hurt himself and others, either through lust for more life or fear of approaching death. These crimes serve further to bind the soul to the body and so increase man's suffering."



EATING MEAT CAUSES AGGRESSION
"It is my view that the vegetarian manner of living by its purely physical effect on the human temperament would most beneficially influence the lot of mankind."
- Albert Einstein Letter to 'Vegetarian Watch-Tower', 27 December 1930
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And many Doctors advise patients with temper problems to cut back on their meats.
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COST EFFECTIVE
"World Hunger. One acre of land can produce 40,000 lbs. of potatoes or 250 lbs of beef. The same piece of land that supports one person with an animal based diet can feed 17 people eating a plant based diet. It is so inefficient to raise animals for food that simply reducing our consumption of animal products by just 10% (one meal out of ten), would free up enough resources to feed every one of the 20 million people who die of starvation every year." (author unknown)
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ALBERT EINSTEIN
"Nothing will benefit human health, and increase the chances for survival of life on Earth, as much as the evolution to a Vegetarian Diet" -ALBERT EINSTEIN "Bite-Size Einstein" pg 10 by Mayer & Holms QC16.E5A25

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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
"When about 16 Years of Age, I happen'd to meet with a Book written by one Tryon, recommending a Vegetable Diet. I determined to go into it.... My refusing to eat Flesh occasioned an inconveniency, and I was frequently chid for my singularity...." -BEN FRANKLIN Chapter 1 "The Autobiography" E302.6F7A2 ONLINE VERSION also available (now more directly at) www.earlyamerica.com/lives/franklin/chapt1/index.html a bit further than 3/4 of the page down. Select Chapter 1, and search for word "Tryon" or "vegetable" (find option will not work on this page with some browsers, you may have to look visually). Note: The word "Flesh" is capitalized in the Vintage Press version, but not in some other publications.
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WAS FRANKLIN REALLY A VEGETARIAN? HOW LONG?
http://www.archure.net/salus/franklinveg.html
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FAMOUS VEGETARIANS:
Socrates, Pythagoras, Plato, St Francis, Voltaire, Leonardo da Vinci, Sir Isaac Newton (190 IQ Astrologer, Scientist), Ben Franklin (165 IQ Astrologer, Scientist, Printer, Political Activist), Albert Einstein (Vegan, Scientist, Humanitarian), Thomas Edison, George Bernard Shaw, H.G. Wells, Emerson, Clara Barton (Nurse & 1st Pres of Red Cross), Thoreau, Voltaie, Isadora Duncan (Dancer), Horace Greeley, John Milton, HG Wells, Leo Tolstoy, John Wesley, Benjamin Spock, Upton Sinclair, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Louisa May Alcott, Dr Albert Schweitzer, Gandhi, Cesar Chavez
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VEGETARIAN STARS: Paul McCartney, Fiona Apple, Stevie Nicks, Tobey Maguire, Shania Twain, Penelope Cruz, Natalie Portman, Michael Bolton, Ashley Judd, Steve Martin, Woody Harrelson, Julia Stiles, Brigitte Bardot, Richard Gere, Jennie Garth, Pamela Anderson (your kidding?), Joaquin Phoenix, Keenen Ivory Wayans, Alicia Silverstone, Kirsty Alley, William Shatner, K.D. Lang, Sara Gilbert, Jerry Garcia, Linda McCartny, Lindsey Wagner, Billy Crystal, Bryan Adams, Bob Barker, Kim Basinger, Jeff Beck, Lisa Bonet, David Bowie, Christie Brinkley (need I say more), Skeeter Davis, Elvira, Melissa Etheridge, Peter Falk, Peter Gabriel, Jennie Garth, Sara Gilbert, Philip Glass, Bobcat Goldthwaite, Elliot Gould, Dick Gregory, Richie Havens, Doug Henning, Dustin Hoffman, Steve Howe (Yes), Chrissie Hynde (Pretenders), Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, Andrew Jacobs (US Congressman Ind), Steve Jobs (Apple), Casey Kasem, KD Lang, Annie Lenox, Phil Lesh, Marv Levy, Haley Mills, Kevin Nealon, Olivia Newton-John, Kate Pierson (B-52's), Phylicia Rashad, Fred Rogers (TV's "Mister Rogers"), Todd Rundgren, Boz Scaggs, Fred Schneider (B-52's), Jerry Seinfeld, Rick Springfield, Michael Stipe (REM), John Tesh, Lindsay Wagner, Dennis Weaver, Vanessa Williams, Wendy O. Williams, and genius Grace Slick
Drew Barrymore was a vegetarian till Aug 2002 (18 months after her Beverly Hills house was set on fire, with her in it, Feb 2001); now she says does not eat lots of meat, but does not restirct herself to vegetarianism
(Archure once had lots of people let him down, mostly everyone, and eventually was forced to give up being a vegetarian (family, employment situations, lack of friends, homeless except for family), with the intent of going back to it someday, and did come back to being vegetarian since January 1993 and Vegan since Dec 22, 1998)


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VEGETARIAN ATHLETES: Hank Aaron, Ridgely Abele, Adreas Cahling, James Donaldson, Roy Hilligan, Anton Innauer, Sixto Linares, Robert Parish, Bill Pickering, Stan Price, Murray Rose, Surya Bonaly (Fr) Olympic figure skater, Andreas Cahling (Sw) champion body builder & Olympic gold medalist in the ski jump, Chris Cambell (USA) Olympic wrestler, Desmond Howard (USA) pro football & Heisman trophy winner, Peter Hussing (Gr) boxing champ, Billie Jean King (USA) tennis champ, Carl Lewis (USA) Olympic runner & gold medallist, Ingra Manecke (Gr) discus throw champ, Bill Manetti (USA) power lift champ, Edwin Moses (USA) Olympic gold medallist & world record in track, Martina Navratilova (USA) tennis champ, Paao Nurmi (Fin) runner & Olympic gold medallist and 20 world records, Bill Pearl (USA) 4 time Mr Universe, Dave Scott (USA) 6 time Ironman triathlon champ, and many more Olympic Champions....
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Info Source: the Vegetarian Society, Idiots Guide to being Vegetarian, and PETA Animal Times magazine Fall 2000
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ANIMAL TIMES, my favorite magazine, online at http://www.peta.org/liv/animaltimes/index.html
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MORE FAMOUS VEGETARIANS:
http://www.ivu.org/people/ excellent web site
http://www.veggie.org/veggie/famous.veg.shtml THEN scroll down
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note: Einstein was a Vegan, a Vegan does not consume meat, nor dairy products, which is much healthier, I am a Vegan too, my personal story (not what you might think) at My Story

One veggie pizza please, hold the cheese, better yet, eat at home, you never know what restaurants use for ingredients when cooking your food.....

VEGETARIAN SOCIETY
The Vegetarian Society http://www.vegsoc.org
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IN A NUT SHELL: (below for more details)
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Daily:
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Multi Vitamin
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Multi Mineral
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Vitamin B Complex MANDATORY
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FIBER: Beans (have the highest Fiber/Calorie ratio, see my DIET, (and regarding what BLOOD TYPE
you are, you should avoid certain types of beans). Apple, Pears, Prunes are high in (FIBER)
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Soy (protein): Soy Juice, Soy Milk, Tempeh, Tofu
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Drink lots of distilled water
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Avoid animal products (meats & dairy, leather)
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The Hard Part is saying "NO" to those who want you to eat meat (they have an unconscious guilt, it makes them feel better if everyone joins them)
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Eat Raw, Fresh fruits and vegetables (& juices)
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Read my other web pages on Health
HEALTH MENU .
Use Baking Soda & avoid acidity
pH Balance
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Use Olive Oil s a butter substitute
("Extra Virgin" olive oil taste bitter & is better)
or use Canola Oil (for weight reduction)
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OLIVE OIL REDUCES CANCER RISK
Olive Oil
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Salt and Season to taste
Secret to good cooking: everyone loves Salt and Oil/Fat
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Read Labels for food contents
avoid products with chemical additives, as they may or may not contain meat, and they are not really necessary
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Eat at Home, or Veggie Vegan Dining in Las Vegas
Veggie Dining
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Exercise
Exercise
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Get plenty of rest (try for 8 hours sleep)
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SEE MY VITAMIN CHART
Print It Out, Shop for vitamins with it (read labels)
VITAMINS
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Join The VEGETARIAN SOCIETY
The Vegetarian Society http://www.vegsoc.org
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Join non-profit "PETA"
PETA http://www.peta-online.org
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Vegetarian Societies & Organizations
http://www.veggiedate.org/nadirectory.htm
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Vegetarian Restaurants Around the World
Veggie Dining
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CHECK OUT www.all4vegan.net
(a valuable resource with much info)
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READ LABELS
here is a list of HIDDEN ANIMAL INGREDIENTS, some of them less obvious than others, items such as Whey, Natural Flavors, Gelatin, etc
Hidden Ingreedients

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Mandatory: "Vitamin B Complex".
The B Vitamins are the ONE thing that everyone needs, which are not found in Plants (they have now found a way to make them, thru micro-organisms, which are not part of the Animal Kingdom scientific classification. In Ben Franklins time, he had to resort to Fish Liver while trying to be a vegetarian (Liver has lots of B Vitamins), but in this modern age, we now have B Complex, and eating Liver is no longer required to avoid depression, (lack of the B Vitamins causes extreme depression)) More on B Vitamins below
And at BHAPPY

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See SAVE YOURSELF in 13 Easy Steps (print it out). Instant Free Guide to Physical & Mental Health. (A summation of my Health Articles).
13 STEPS

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pH Chart DRINKERS Kill Bacteria Honey
Before&After BHAPPY BLOODTYPES Cancer
CURE DISEASE DIET Excercise Fats
Fiber Fish Vegetarian Franklin Ingreedients
Hormones MyStory MayoClinic INSTANTVEGETARIAN
OliveOil pHBalance Protein Recipies
13 STEPS ShopList SLEEP Sugar
MISC D'Adamo Vegan VeganLinks
HealthBooks VEGETARIAN VeggieDining Quotations
VITAMINS WEIGHTCHART WeightLoss Ingreedients Letters
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WHY BE A VEGETARIAN?
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HEALTH:
Eating Meat has more of a tendency to lead to: Cancer, Cholesterol, Kidney Stones, Liver and Kidney failure, Osteoporosis, Heart Attack
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TEMPERMENT:
Eating Meat leads to Aggression (anger, rage, oppression of others, cruelty). Medical doctors often advise patients with temper problems to "cut back on red meats, in fact, cut back on all meats".
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MEAT BASED DIET LEADS TO GRIEF
Anyone who as worked in the cattle industry can tell you the profit margin is very slim. We have to feed the animals extra food that could go to humans, and there is not enough food for everyone. Many people starve to death every year.
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Thus eating meat tends to lead towards natural instincts of: discrimination against others, the urge to separate society and attack others, the urge of anger, the urge to oppress others, resulting in many forms of Aggression: road rage, disputes, threats, family arguments, tears, arguments, rage, war, annihilation, suppression, and oppression.
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VEGETARIAN DIET LEADS TO A BETTER, HAPPIER LIFE
With a vegetarian diet, food production is much easier (it is easier to harvest a soy bean crop and process it for human consumption, than to harvest a soy crop, feed it to animals, take care of the animals, slaughter the animals, etc).
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A Vegetarian diet (and especially a Vegan diet), leads to better health in general as well as a happier disposition and attitude, with room for everyone else in the world, as, with a vegetarian diet there is enough food to go around
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EINSTEIN
"It is my view that the vegetarian manner of living by its purely physical effect on the human temperament would most beneficially influence the lot of mankind." - Albert Einstein, Letter to 'Vegetarian Watch-Tower', 27 December 1930
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AGGRESSION:
Aggression

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WHY DOES SOCIETY PERSIST IN EATING MEAT?
Long before Einstein & Newton, Plato was a Vegetarian. Why does the world not listen to the greats?
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1) many people were raised to believe that you can not survive without eating meat (as was I), and.....
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2) we as individuals, regardless of diet, are born unto this world, and must someday say goodbye by dying, Thus remembering how Holding our Breath or throwing and breaking things as a kid got us our way as a kid, we tend to do destructive things, in the hopes that God will say "OK, I will grant you eternal life with no death if you agree to be good", but being destructive only diminishes the pleasures of life (This was written in the Hermetica by Hermes, back in 3,000 BC, see the Hermetica Ancient Texts

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BE KIND TO YOUR FELLOW CREATURES
Animals suffer when being slaughtered: The process is not humane like they claim it is (they pull off skin before the animal is dead because it is easier, etc). Animals know what is going to happen. They have 2 eyes, 2 ears, a brain that thinks and feels emotions (you must have had a pet animal). Humans are animals too.
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Other animals don't have a "opposable thumb" (grasping ability), nor "speech" capabilities. Other than that, animals are just like us. Animals are intelligent just like we are, and have feelings and emotions.
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INTELLIGENCE IN ANIMALS
Carl Sagan

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God gave life to us all; big & tall, weak & small, human animals and other animals.
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CONCLUSIONS
In the long run "What goes around comes around". Eat meat and suffer from aggression and ill health; or be a vegetarian and get all the good food that you need, be healthy and happy. But you must study nutrition to do it properly, for you have been educated in a land of meat.
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Lets Play "DODGE THE MEAT"
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There is no real 100% in life. I strive to be a 100% vegetarian, and 100% Vegan, but it always does not work out like that, but still I try for 100%.
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I have seen vegetarians & Vegans (including myself) mistakenly eat something that contained animal products, but the main thing is, trying for 100%, seriously trying for 100%, and if there is some mistake someplace along the way, we are soon back on the road



Degrees Towards Vegetarianism:
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Some people just cut back on their red meats
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Some people go vegetarian for certain times of the week, part time vegetarians
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Some people cut out he red meats, and eat only chicken and/or fish
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In ancient times there was no Vitamin B Complex (the B vitamins are not found in a vegetarian diet, and lack B vitamins causes severe depression), thus Franklin and Jesus had to resort to eating Fish (after long fasting without). Now we have the B vitamins and no longer have to take from the sea. God has blessed us further.
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Some people do not eat any animal from the Animal Kingdom, but do consume dairy products (later to find that the Cheese has "Rennet", a cheese coagulant that comes from liquid inside the stomach of calves, and we know that they don't heard the caves in daily and stick a hose down their throat then let them go and "say nice cow, have a nice day, see you tomorrow").
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And we sometimes find that even though we are a vegetarian, that some of the Chemical Additives with Scientific Names listed on labels as Ingredients, often contain animal products. But we do the best that we can.
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Vegans try to avoid consuming nor using any animal products or byproducts. Sometimes we miss things, but we try.
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And the closer we try towards 100%, and the closer we achieve towards 100%, the better off we are, in health, in sanity, in feelings, in karma.....
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Whatever your percentage of effort, every little bit helps, the more, the better.
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If you look at it as a game called "Dodge the Meat". RULES: Try to avoid the meat that the world hurls at you, sneaks at you, demands you must eat, they'll trick you, they'll lie to you, anything to get you to eat it too, for if we all ate meat, then it would be OK, Yes? NO.
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Man has an unconscious guilt over killing animals, they want everyone to share in the blame, thus they insist you must partake in the kill by eating some. "No thank you, I've already had my share of ill health and negative karma, your on your own on this one".
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Playing "Dodge the Meat" is Fun, and the more you get into it, the more fun it is on a daily basis.
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Not eating in restaurants helps play the game. Because very often the chefs either don't care or don't have time to care, its a very busy occupation. They may think they are cooking with Vegetable Oil, the label says in large letters VEGETABLE OIL, but a closer look at the fine print may say "51% vegetable oil, 49% lard" (I have seen it myself at CostCo ). Rush Limbaugh lost lots of weight by no longer eating in restaurants, certainly the food tastes good, and its convenient, but they just don't care about your health. There are exceptions to this, a few genuine Health Food Restaurants, but not many. Most restaurants which claim to have Healthy Alternatives do, but its too little, too late, its better than the other stuff they put out, but its still bad for you. The best thing to do is eat at home. When I go to a restaurant, I have a glass of wine, or a salad (hold the dressing, and just nibble to be polite). When I eat, it is serious Health Foods. Yea your body will put up will unhealthy saturated fats, for a time, but eventually your body gives in, to obesity, clogged arteries, and resultant complications. Its science, its simple math. What you put into you, is what you get out.



As a kid, I wanted to be a cattle rancher. I lived on a farm for a couple of years, and I raised a couple of calves from just a few days old to around 6 months and sold them at auction. I didn't get very much, and after subtracting the cost of feed, I can sympathize with the low profits from the cattle industry, which I have heard about from cattle ranchers. The profit margin is so slim, it just isn't worth it. I have heard that from so many directions for so many years.
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I wrote Senator Edward Kennedy (fairly recently), saying, as more people become vegetarians, perhaps we can pay ranchers who don't slaughter their animals. We can do that if we can pay farmers to plough down their crops, we can pay people to not slaughter the animals. In fact we can feed them the ploughed down food. In fact, let them plough it down themselves by turning them loose in those fields "Rent A Cows"; and use the animal waste for fertilizer (total idea wild, but it makes better sense than what goes on).
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I am not against meat eaters, I am AGAINST MEAT. I am not against soldiers, I am against War. What you put into a person, in the form of Food, Education, TV, Music, Conversation, is what you get out of a person. We are all basically very much the same. When you put meat in a person you get protein, but the side effects are hostility, obesity, and many forms of illness (see links to Mayo Clinic). Many criminals would not have committed their crimes, had they eaten properly, and had a different education, and watched different TV shows and movies. It all adds up. Eating meat makes for a Rough person. And some cuts and qualities of meat are worse than others. Some people know that, and some do not, and once you start studying it to find out more about it, it just isn't worth eating any of it.
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People tend to take the attitude of "if you cant beat them, join them" and join the Rough, Tough group of meat eaters, but the side effects of eventual poor health, as well as unpleasant persons in society, make vegetarianism a much better alternative. And there are many famous Athletes who are greatly respected, who are vegetarians, and are certainly no pansy wimps. These are top champions, the best. People who concern themselves and study the subject, which I started doing a few years back, and as a result, I am doing much better (see before and after photos).



HONEY?:
Don't do it (or at least don't overdo it, I don't use any at all). Don't use honey as a food. Bees can smell it thru the pours of your skin, and they don't like that, and they can smell bad things that people eat. Natures Police, Behave or Bee Stung.....

No Honey



DONT EAT, CONSUME, NOR USE ANIMALS, NOR ANIMAL PRODUCTS:
Avoid gelatin (causes ingrown toenails), cheese contains rennet (coagulant from calf intestines, and is very high in deadly saturated fats), there are stores that sell cheese made with Microbial or Vegetable rennet (much preferred), but your much better off without any dairy products (including eggs). I got rid of my leather jackets, I got rid of my leather shoes, I got rid of my wool jacket and wool hats (I have found replacements). I have shoes and boots from www.pangeaveg.com which look just like leather, but are not.
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The more you stay away from the Animal products, the better your health, the better your karma. Raising meat is costly, and expensive; while growing and processing soy products is much easier and more cost efficient (and healthier). When you ask someone to do something for you (like raise food), do you want them to do it the hard way? or the easy way (& healthy way)? When people ask you to do things for them, would you hope for a difficult task? or an easy task? Karma = what goes around comes around; what you do, comes back to you.



NEW UPDATE at www.vegancats.com (sent to me by Vegan.org)

DOGS CAN BE VEGETARIANS & VEGANS, cats can not (so don't try, so I have heard from many sources). But I have met Vegan vegetarian dogs (be certain to give them the same attention to nutrition as you would yourself, including vitamin B Complex (a smaller dose, proportional to weight) to keep them happy.
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Note: I got a response from Barbara BlueHowler @ aol.com who says there is a way for cats to survive without meat
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FEEDBACK:
From: BlueHowler @ aol.com
Date: Thu Oct 14 1999 11:51amPDT+3
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Dear Chris:
I very much enjoyed your website. However, there is one inaccuracy that I noticed and wish to point out. Cats, although true carnivores, can thrive on a Vegan diet as eloquently explained in Gail Davis' book The Complete Guide to Vegetarian Convenience Foods. The trick is supplementing their diets, with Vegecat that contains taurine and all of the essential fatty acids required by cats. Although one could argue that feeding a cat a Vegan diet is not natural, one could also argue that a commercial pet food diet containing slaughterhouse waste, road kill, and euphemized cats and dogs is not only unnatural but highly unhealthful, yet this is what most people are feeding their companion cats.
Please let me know if you have any other questions. All best,
Barbara Reitman
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Thank You Barbara: its about time someone figured out how to keep a cat alive on a Vegan or Vegetarian diet. In spite of the fact that Desmond Morris' book on Cats and my vegetarian friends have agreed that it is impossible, it was once impossible to put a man on the moon, and I once thought that I could not survive without meat, as for cats, they need something more that we do. I hope its true, I don't have a cat to experiment with, but love cats and will see if I can get this book by Gail Davis



SOCIAL ASPECTS OF VEGETARIANISIM:
Although physically, vegetarianism is a much better for you, from a Social standpoint, life is not so easy for a vegetarian. Others think we are trying to "One Up" them, or make a set of rules that would favor us long time vegetarians and put meat eaters or former meat eaters on the low end of society, which is a form of discrimination, this is not the aim, discrimination is a meat eating trait, we vegetarians are just trying to say, we've got a good thing here, and there is plenty more for you.
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Ben Franklin pointed out Social Prejudice against vegetarianism:
Ben Franklin (Autobiography, age 16) said "my refusing to eat flesh occasioned an Inconveniency, and I was frequently chid for my singularity".
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I too became a vegetarian at age 16, but at around age 27, due to being discriminated against, I gave it up (and gained 100 lbs). At age 38 I became very ill (life threatening) and against my doctors advice, I became a vegetarian again, and much to my doctors surprise (with regular blood tests), I recovered much better and quicker than his deadly forecast, and have been a Vegetarian again since 1993, and a Vegan since 1998.
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We live in what Anthropologists term as a "Hunter, Gatherer, Society", where Men Hunt, and Women Gather Nuts & Fruits. Anthropologists say men now go thru the social aspects of hunting, by going to work and trying to make sales, or going to Las Vegas and gambling.
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If Ben Franklin and Albert Einstein (and even Plato, Newton, Tomas Edison, and George Bernard Shaw) were all vegetarians, then so too can I, and so too should I. Its no easy task for anyone to live in the world, life can be heaven or heck depending on what you do with it; but every little bit you can do to make it better, improves your lot, as well as improves the world situation. Life is very fragile, people tend to not worry or be concerned about it, until something happens to them. Someone else, that's too bad, but if something happens to you, you begin to become concerned. Then you start searching. The Mayo Clinic, the American Cancer Society, and the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine have already done allot of the work, so have many authors. See Health Books
for books and web links.
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
"When about 16 Years of Age, I happen'd to meet with a Book written by one Tryon, recommending a Vegetable Diet. I determined to go into it.... My refusing to eat Flesh occasioned an inconveniency, and I was frequently chid for my singularity...." -The Autobiography by Ben Franklin