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March 26, 2010


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Considering this nation has an extreme obesity "problem," it would be advantageous for our state and U.S. senators and representatives to follow/introduce a Green Foods Resolution!!! I'm certain that the majority would scoff at the idea of attempting, at the very least, vegetarianism. Lordy, becoming a vegan would cause veins clogged with fat to have "the keepers of the door" to yell, "MEDIC!!" Visitors seated in the balcony would drop their tacos, triple burgers, and one gallon milk shakes!!
I am proud to be a vegan! I can walk past a farm, look into the eyes of a calf and see it's beauty knowing it will NEVER be on my dinner plate as veal!!
Okay, what's that commercial....something like "Man Up," and eat a double, triple, quad whatever that was once a gorgeous creature locked up so tightly that it can do nothing but stand 24/7. The calf is anemic - it is given a bit of milk so that it's flesh is pale - it never sees it's mother, as she has been slaughtered. NO THANKS!! EAT GREEN!!!!!!!!!!

Great post. Eating more whole foods is what kept our ancient ancestors so healthy compared to modern humans.

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