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    Philpott Meat Industry

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    article “The Meat Industry Now Consumes Four-Fifths of All Antibiotics”, written by Tom Philpott, the facts of antibiotics consumption are brought up. Philpott seems to be showing the drastic side of the defensive measure by showing the cost of the products to our economy. He also shows the rise of resistant bacteria in meat products because of the overuse of antibiotics. Philpott brings up some decent points like the rise of salmonella in turkey and the use of antibiotics in the meat industry…

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    Nitrite In Meat Products

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    popular meat products throughout the world. Production of dry cured sausage is an important part of the meat industry. Its production process comprises blending the meat with curing ingredients, flavoring and coloring agents in order to accomplish an acceptable product with respect to sensory and technological properties. Nitrite / nitrate is a key ingredient which is employed in meat products for curing. Nitrite plays the following roles: 1- It contributes the development of typical cured meat…

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    Meat Vs Eating Meat Essay

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    Meat its one of the most consumed products around the globe, and that's the reason its massively produced in factory farms. Meat its believe to bring high protein into our bodies, and keep our blood sugar stable, but most commonly in why people consume it is because it tastes good. Although, meat is massively produced because of people's demand, not everyone eats meat. Some people prefer eating vegetables for several reasons, for example, some people do not like the flavor, or because they…

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    attention to the kinds of meat we’re eating. Red meat or white meat… which is better? There have been numerous studies that have linked red meat consumption to increased health risks including heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and certain cancers. While this information can help us make healthier choices, we still have to be able to identify red meat from white. But it’s not that easy. For instance, dietary resources will generally categorize “white meat” as fish and poultry and “red meat” as…

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    have been asking for many years. Some would say animals shouldn’t be eaten by humans, while others will argue that animals are meant to be eaten by us humans. Humans have been eating meat dating back to 1.5 million years ago. Since, we have been eating animals for so long, it was meant to happen for some of us to eat meat and others to be vegetarian or vegan. Even if humans weren’t meant to eat animals then what are the abundance of them meant for? There are so many chickens and cows out around…

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    Pathways to Lower Meat Consumption Humans need to consume less meat for health and environmental purposes. The author Laura Wellesley wrote an article that was published in 2016 entailing the importance of consuming less meat and the need for the government to establishing policies that discourage excessive consumption of meat. Wellesley argues that there is a rapid increase in the levels of meat consumption in the United States of America and across European countries. The level of meat…

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    Dog Meat Research Paper

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    people to eat dog meat. In China, especially in Guangxi province, it is very usual for people to eat dog meat. More seriously, in Yulin, Guangxi province, the local people celebrate the “dog meat” festival annually. Besides, the other countries, such as Korea, it’s also a custom for native people to eat dog meat. Every coin have two sides, different people have different opinions, according to this situation and background, it has become a heated discussion between whether eating dog meat is…

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    I am interested in why we consume so much meat in North America. Perhaps if I compare how we use to farm livestock and produce meat, to how we do it now, patterns would begin to emerge. Are we more concerned with how our food is raised despite consuming greater quantities? Are we able to sustain the amount of meat that we consume on a nation-wide scale? Also, a question I think all of us have asked ourselves before, how much meat should we be eating? These are all topics I would like to expand…

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    substitute your meat for a plant-based alternative: Persuasive EssayWe often include processed meat in their everyday diet. It tastes great, and it’s perfect for barbecuing on popular American holidays. We also assume it’s the best source for providing us with necessary nutrients such as protein, fiber, and B12, and Zinc. However, the meat industry isn’tas healthy as it may seem. There are plenty of healthier alternatives to the processed meats we consume each day. The term “processed meat”…

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    The Federal Meat Inspection Act allowed the Secretary of Agriculture to examine, and censure, any meat product that could have been inadequate for human consumption. This program was created to work with other programs like Pure Food and Drug Act. The Secretary of Agriculture examined all animals before being slaughtered for consumption. The shipment of meat was also a subject of federal inspections during the whole process of meat making. Theodore Roosevelt, president of the United States…

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