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    farmed meats on a daily basis is quickly depleting our ozone layer. Lastly, our throw-away attitude towards the material objects that we buy is very quickly filling our landfills. These three topics play a key part in the well-being of…

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    Cow's Milk Research Paper

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    Almost every child in the world grows up learning, thinking, and accepting that eating the flesh of animals is good for you, drinking cow’s milk will make your bones strong, eating eggs for breakfast is a healthy meal, etc. I have believed all of these things for the majority of my life. As a child, I would drink cow’s milk even though I never enjoyed the taste of it simply because I was told that it will make you strong, healthy, and will help you grow. I would eat eggs in the morning because…

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    Cattle Slaughter Essay

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    might also be killed for other reasons such as being diseased or unsuitable times for families to feed it. The animals most commonly slaughtered for food in India are cattle and water buffalo for beef and goats for goat meat and mutton, pigs for pork and ham, horses for horse meat, chickens and ducks, and increasingly, fish farming in the aquaculture industry. The use of sharpened blades for slaughtering which is contrary to use of blunt instruments are used for the slaughtering of livestock…

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    For example, a couple of the question’s they asked were, where do eggs come from? And Where dose meat come from? A good percentage of children responded the the questions by saying “The store”. The documentary Our Daily Bread was powerful because it demonstrates how and where our meat actually comes from. In this day and age, the public is usually misinformed, or more often uninformed of where their food and produce comes from. Our daily…

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    All animals are provided with the raw abilities to properly capture and digest their foods. The anatomy of an animal will provide evidence as to which of the three main categories it falls under: herbivore, omnivore, or carnivore. Carnivores have the abilities to subsist on only animal products. A carnivorous animal’s frame of mind revolves around their instinct to hunt. When spotting potential prey, carnivores immediately “pour out copious amounts of saliva” (Tobias). No digestive enzymes are…

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    there is no need to eat meat or use animal made products. Sally Kohn tells of the injustice way food workers are treated. And, finally Eliot Coleman writes about how the word organic has changed because…

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    Soi Dog Ethics

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    In Thailand, up to 500,000 dogs and cats were being skinned every year and trafficked for their meat, the problem only worsens as you work your way through the other countries that populate Southeast Asia . South Korea slaughters up to three million dogs yearly, Vietnam the number rises to five million, eventually the number peaks in China, where…

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    not benefit one's health. Vegetarians consider animal products to a certain degree. A vegetarian diet is not mainly based on the aspect of protecting animals, but most likely for their health issues or religious beliefs. Because the consumption of meats is greatly linked to obesity, cancer, diabetes, and other major health issues. They consume animal byproduct, in which is collected through the suffering of animals. If not all then most animals are born in factory farms, suffering in crowded…

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    circle of life, or they don’t suffer they just kill them, but we seem to have an unrealistic view of slaughter because it is actually quite, cruel, unneeded, and bad for the environment. Vegans have heard many things from I don’t care; I do care but meat is just so good; don’t we need protein?; too animals are soulless and were put by god for humans to kill, but there has been much research to prove animals do feel emotion and pain, though this is true it take no scientist to see the fear in the…

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    Bully Kabob Essay

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    range of textures and flavours, from the crunchy gullet to the tender liver, they won’t be able to get enough of this delicious chew. Natural Beef Shish Kabob Chews are made from meat from many different parts of the cow to get the ultimate range of flavours and the best selection of nutrients possible. The stick for the meat to go on is made from the cow’s oesophagus which is rich in glucosamine and chondroitin. Both of these supplements are great for healthy bones and joints, as well as…

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