Do or Die: The Human Carnivore
Now that we’ve come full circle the new old truth of it all is Doomsday lay in the hands of our need to feast on meat.
First, research told us, drink more red wine. Secondly, research researched again and said, “No, no, we are becoming a nation of alcoholics.”
Next time around it was red meat. Sure, red meat is packed with protein; crammed with fulfilling attributes that cut down on our need for snacking. Yet now we are nation of fatty’s.
Hard to keep up with the In’s and Out’s of over researched data.
Facts are this: Heavy meat consumption increases your risk of dying from all causes, including heart disease and cancer, according to a federal study conducted by the National Cancer Institute.
What we do not understand about being carnivores or vegetarians is that life as with anything is a bitter pill to swallow when not taken in moderately.
Generally, what we all do know with little help from the National Too Much Research Institute is that cows and other killed for digestion animals are being fed an unhealthy amount of chicken feces, deceased poultry and often times the meat becomes tainted with germs of unknown origin. Providing us with diseases we have yet to find a name for.
Don’t wipe your brow yet if you’re a hardcore vegetarian. Look closely at where you buy your foods that don’t cast shadows because the same sh-t that is going into the cows is precisely the same sh-t that is fertilizing our farms.
Doomsday, chaos, panic and disorder shines down on man, animal and plant life alike. The shortest distance between dying for meat and just dying remains simply eating less, exercising, balance and questioning the authority that feeds our meat.
Doomsday is coming NH. Gut deer?