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Written by Karel Nunnink   

Don't think so? Read on to find out why

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1000 species become extinct every year. Cattle when grain fed, churn out greenhouse gases in the form of methane, their intestines generate more methane than any other source. The U.S department of Agriculture estimates cattle is responsible for nine times as much organic waste water pollution as the entire U.S population.

A lot of resources are needed to produce 1 LB of meat. 250 gallons of water are needed to produce 1LB of meat. It takes 12-15 Lbs of grain to produce 1LB of meat. Livestock consume 80% of the corn and 95% of the oats in this country. Another nutritional consideration with excess meat is B-6/methionine ratio.

Meat is low in B-6 which causes excess methionine; excess methionine produces homocysteine which creates harmful amyloids and free radicals. This all produces more inflammation and leaves us open to hardening of the arteries. So make a difference take a stand and take control back in your life.

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