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Major causes of death in America
 Major causes of death in America
 Cancer: smoking causes 30% of cancer deaths, and contributes
  significantly to heart disease and strokes, however, it is estimated that
  approximately 30-50% of cancers can be prevented through a healthy,
  low fat, high in fruits and vegetables diet (American Cancer Society)
 Major causes of death in America
 Cancer: smoking causes 30% of cancer deaths, and contributes
  significantly to heart disease and strokes, however, it is estimated that
  approximately 30-50% of cancers can be prevented through a healthy,
  low fat, high in fruits and vegetables diet (American Cancer Society)

 Obesity: roughly 30% of adults in the US are obese and 15% of
  children, and is largely associated with high-calorie, high fat, low-cost
  foods (American Obesity Association)
 Major causes of death in America
 Cancer: smoking causes 30% of cancer deaths, and contributes
  significantly to heart disease and strokes, however, it is estimated that
  approximately 30-50% of cancers can be prevented through a healthy,
  low fat, high in fruits and vegetables diet (American Cancer Society)

 Obesity: roughly 30% of adults in the US are obese and 15% of
  children, and is largely associated with high-calorie, high fat, low-cost
  foods (American Obesity Association)

 Heart disease: 80-90% of heart attacks can be prevented through a
  healthy, low fat, plant-based diet (American Heart Society)
 Major causes of death in America
                              (continued)

 Food borne diseases: A great percentage of food poisoning cases
  are a result of animal products intake (Center for Disease Control and
  Prevention)
 Major causes of death in America
                              (continued)

 Food borne diseases: A great percentage of food poisoning cases
  are a result of animal products intake (Center for Disease Control and
  Prevention)

 Diabetes: Diabetes mellitus is associated with high cholesterol levels
  and obesity. A healthy, low fat, plant-based diet can help prevention
  (American Diabetic Association).
 Major causes of death in America
                              (continued)

 Food borne diseases: A great percentage of food poisoning cases
  are a result of animal products intake (Center for Disease Control and
  Prevention)

 Diabetes: Diabetes mellitus is associated with high cholesterol levels
  and obesity. A healthy, low fat, plant-based diet can help prevention
  (American Diabetic Association).

 Osteoporosis: the US has one of the highest rates of osteoporosis in
  the world (considered a health threat for 55% of people over 50), as
  well as one of the highest rates of dairy products intake. Loss of
  calcium is associated with a high intake of animal products (Physicians
  Committee for Responsible Medicine)
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Egg-laying Hens
Egg-laying Hens
Swine Farms
Dairy Farm
Veal Production
Foi Grass
                      Intensive Modern Agriculture

                          Antibiotics Administered Annually in the US

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                                humans                        livestock
 Let’s look at our physiology



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      Let’s look at our physiology

 Length of human and other herbivore intestines between 8 and 13
  times the bodies' length.
       Let’s look at our physiology

 Length of human and other herbivore intestines between 8 and 13
  times the bodies' length.

 Length of carnivore and omnivore intestines is only 3 to 6 times their
  bodies' length. The short intestinal length allows rotting animal flesh,
  animal protein, cholesterol and saturated fat to pass through quickly
       Let’s look at our physiology

 Length of human and other herbivore intestines between 8 and 13
  times the bodies' length.

 Length of carnivore and omnivore intestines is only 3 to 6 times their
  bodies' length. The short intestinal length allows rotting animal flesh,
  animal protein, cholesterol and saturated fat to pass through quickly

 Real carnivores or omnivores do not get clogged arteries.
       Let’s look at our physiology

 Length of human and other herbivore intestines between 8 and 13
  times the bodies' length.

 Length of carnivore and omnivore intestines is only 3 to 6 times their
  bodies' length. The short intestinal length allows rotting animal flesh,
  animal protein, cholesterol and saturated fat to pass through quickly

 Real carnivores or omnivores do not get clogged arteries.

 Clogged arteries kill 50 percent of all Americans!
       Let’s look at our physiology

 Length of human and other herbivore intestines between 8 and 13
  times the bodies' length.

 Length of carnivore and omnivore intestines is only 3 to 6 times their
  bodies' length. The short intestinal length allows rotting animal flesh,
  animal protein, cholesterol and saturated fat to pass through quickly

 Real carnivores or omnivores do not get clogged arteries.

 Clogged arteries kill 50 percent of all Americans!

 Humans sweat through their pores to cool down. They don't pant like
  dogs, cats or lions.
   Let’s look at our physiology
                           (continued)

 There are no claws on the human hand, although claws are a
  trademark of the carnivore and the omnivore.
   Let’s look at our physiology
                           (continued)

 There are no claws on the human hand, although claws are a
  trademark of the carnivore and the omnivore.

 Humans almost always cook meat before eating it to avoid becoming
  ill.
    Let’s look at our physiology
                             (continued)

 There are no claws on the human hand, although claws are a
  trademark of the carnivore and the omnivore.

 Humans almost always cook meat before eating it to avoid becoming
  ill.

 All carnivores and omnivores eat raw, bacteria-laden flesh right from
  the bone, including eyes, nose, face, toes, tail, anus, inner organs,
  blood and the fur.
    Let’s look at our physiology
                             (continued)

 There are no claws on the human hand, although claws are a
  trademark of the carnivore and the omnivore.

 Humans almost always cook meat before eating it to avoid becoming
  ill.

 All carnivores and omnivores eat raw, bacteria-laden flesh right from
  the bone, including eyes, nose, face, toes, tail, anus, inner organs,
  blood and the fur.

 Humans don't possess the Ph balance in our stomach to break down
  raw, bacteria-laden flesh.
       So, what are we…?

Dr. William Roberts, editor-in-chief of The
American Journal of Cardiology and a professor at
Baylor University, states:

"Human beings are not natural carnivores. When
we kill animals to eat them, they end up killing us
because their flesh - which contains cholesterol
and saturated fat - was never intended for human
beings who are natural herbivores."
What is healthy and nutritious?
   Human physiology
   Protein
   Vitamins (calcium, zinc, B12, iron)
   Omega 3-fatty acids
   FAD diets
What about all the protein we need?

Cauliflower and broccoli are 40 percent
protein, while most other vegetables contain
30 percent. Soy, nuts, seeds, beans, lentils,
tofu, brown rice and mushrooms are great
sources of protein. Even fruit has about 5
percent protein, which is the same amount
of protein babies receive from mother's
breast milk.
What about fish… isn’t it healthy? And the
     omega fatty acids it contains?
What about fish… isn’t it healthy? And the
     omega fatty acids it contains?

 With mercury, dioxin and PCBs, fish meat is the most contaminated
  food product available.
What about fish… isn’t it healthy? And the
     omega fatty acids it contains?

 With mercury, dioxin and PCBs, fish meat is the most contaminated
  food product available.
 In 2004, 28 out of 50 states, advised pregnant women and women who
  were thinking of becoming pregnant not to eat fish meat, making fish
  the only animal the government tells people not to eat.
What about fish… isn’t it healthy? And the
     omega fatty acids it contains?

 With mercury, dioxin and PCBs, fish meat is the most contaminated
  food product available.
 In 2004, 28 out of 50 states, advised pregnant women and women who
  were thinking of becoming pregnant not to eat fish meat, making fish
  the only animal the government tells people not to eat.
 Flax seeds, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, dark green leafy vegetables, soy
  products, canola oil, walnut oil, flax oil and the enhanced brand of Silk
  soy milk all contain omega fatty acids.
Milk: isn’t it the most complete food?
Milk: isn’t it the most complete food?

 DIET FOR A NEW AMERICA and THE FOOD REVOLUTION by John
  Robbins expose the dairy industry's deceit
Milk: isn’t it the most complete food?

 DIET FOR A NEW AMERICA and THE FOOD REVOLUTION by John
  Robbins expose the dairy industry's deceit
 Filled with a somatic cell count, commonly known as pus
Milk: isn’t it the most complete food?

 DIET FOR A NEW AMERICA and THE FOOD REVOLUTION by John
  Robbins expose the dairy industry's deceit
 Filled with a somatic cell count, commonly known as pus
 Bovine Growth Hormone
Milk: isn’t it the most complete food?

 DIET FOR A NEW AMERICA and THE FOOD REVOLUTION by John
  Robbins expose the dairy industry's deceit
 Filled with a somatic cell count, commonly known as pus
 Bovine Growth Hormone
 Mother cows make milk for baby cows, not baby humans, adolescents
  or adults
Milk: isn’t it the most complete food?

 DIET FOR A NEW AMERICA and THE FOOD REVOLUTION by John
  Robbins expose the dairy industry's deceit
 Filled with a somatic cell count, commonly known as pus
 Bovine Growth Hormone
 Mother cows make milk for baby cows, not baby humans, adolescents
  or adults
 Largely responsible for many allergies, asthma, Crohn's disease and
  childhood ear infections
Milk: isn’t it the most complete food?

 DIET FOR A NEW AMERICA and THE FOOD REVOLUTION by John
  Robbins expose the dairy industry's deceit
 Filled with a somatic cell count, commonly known as pus
 Bovine Growth Hormone
 Mother cows make milk for baby cows, not baby humans, adolescents
  or adults
 Largely responsible for many allergies, asthma, Crohn's disease and
  childhood ear infections
 Veal industry
Milk: isn’t it the most complete food?
                             (continued)


 Americans: one of the largest consumers of dairy products in the world
Milk: isn’t it the most complete food?
                             (continued)


 Americans: one of the largest consumers of dairy products in the world
 Americans: one of the countries with highest rate of osteoporosis in the
  world
Milk: isn’t it the most complete food?
                             (continued)


 Americans: one of the largest consumers of dairy products in the world
 Americans: one of the countries with highest rate of osteoporosis in the
  world
 Vietnamese: 100% lactose intolerant. One of the lowest rates of
  osteoporosis in the world.
Milk: isn’t it the most complete food?
                             (continued)


 Americans: one of the largest consumers of dairy products in the world
 Americans: one of the countries with highest rate of osteoporosis in the
  world
 Vietnamese: 100% lactose intolerant. One of the lowest rates of
  osteoporosis in the world.
 Excessive, acidic animal-based protein and a lack of exercise cause
  osteoporosis.
Where do I get my calcium from?
    Where do I get my calcium from?

 Best sources of low acid, highly absorbable calcium: kale, collard
  greens, cooked broccoli, sesame seeds, soy, figs, blackstrap
  molasses, cooked navy beans and almonds. Rice milk and orange
  juice have also been fortified with calcium.
    Where do I get my calcium from?

 Best sources of low acid, highly absorbable calcium: kale, collard
  greens, cooked broccoli, sesame seeds, soy, figs, blackstrap
  molasses, cooked navy beans and almonds. Rice milk and orange
  juice have also been fortified with calcium.

 Plant-based calcium, plant-based protein and exercise build strong
  bones.
B12
                     B12
 We only need three micrograms per day
                      B12
 We only need three micrograms per day

 The human body stores B12 for up to three years
                        B12
 We only need three micrograms per day

 The human body stores B12 for up to three years

 Fortified soy milks, rice milks, cereals, tempeh,
  seaweed and unwashed vegetables
                        B12
 We only need three micrograms per day

 The human body stores B12 for up to three years

 Fortified soy milks, rice milks, cereals, tempeh,
  seaweed and unwashed vegetables

 Take a B12 supplement
Iron
                     Iron

 Green vegetables, soy, bran flakes, Grape
  Nuts, cooked chick peas, cooked pinto
  beans, raisins, dried apricots and blackstrap
  molasses
                     Iron

 Green vegetables, soy, bran flakes, Grape
  Nuts, cooked chick peas, cooked pinto
  beans, raisins, dried apricots and blackstrap
  molasses

                     Zinc
                     Iron

 Green vegetables, soy, bran flakes, Grape
  Nuts, cooked chick peas, cooked pinto
  beans, raisins, dried apricots and blackstrap
  molasses

                     Zinc
 Beans, peas, corn, cashews, peanut butter,
  peanuts, pumpkin seeds and sunflower
  seeds.
FAD DIETS
                      FAD DIETS
 Atkins, South Beach, The Zone, Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig are
  not healthy
                       FAD DIETS
 Atkins, South Beach, The Zone, Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig are
  not healthy
 Suggest carbs are to avoid and meat protein is ideal
                        FAD DIETS
 Atkins, South Beach, The Zone, Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig are
  not healthy
 Suggest carbs are to avoid and meat protein is ideal
 Dr. James Anderson, professor of medicine and nutrition at the
  University of Kentucky: "If you wanted to find one diet to ruin your
  health, you couldn't find one worse than Atkins."
                        FAD DIETS
 Atkins, South Beach, The Zone, Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig are
  not healthy
 Suggest carbs are to avoid and meat protein is ideal
 Dr. James Anderson, professor of medicine and nutrition at the
  University of Kentucky: "If you wanted to find one diet to ruin your
  health, you couldn't find one worse than Atkins."
 Dr. John McDougall, medical director of the McDougall program: “I call
  them the “make yourself sick” diets because they cause the body to go
  into ketosis—a state that occurs when we are seriously ill. I also use
  that designation because the very foods recommended — meat,
  chicken, bacon, eggs, and cheeses —are the foods the Heart
  Association and the Cancer Society say cause our most dreaded
  diseases. ... There is only one way to fully satisfy your appetite with
  delicious foods and stay trim and healthy for a lifetime—that’s a low-fat
  vegetarian diet with fruits and vegetables and a bit of exercise.”
Video
How can I live without “real” meat?
  How can I live without “real” meat?
 People eat meat because they've acquired a taste for meat
  How can I live without “real” meat?
 People eat meat because they've acquired a taste for meat
 Real meat: the dismembered corpse of an animal, comprised of blood,
  flesh, veins, muscles and tendons
  How can I live without “real” meat?
 People eat meat because they've acquired a taste for meat
 Real meat: the dismembered corpse of an animal, comprised of blood,
  flesh, veins, muscles and tendons
 Products that resemble the smell, taste and texture of animal products
  without the cruelty and ill health effects.
  How can I live without “real” meat?
 People eat meat because they've acquired a taste for meat
 Real meat: the dismembered corpse of an animal, comprised of blood,
  flesh, veins, muscles and tendons
 Products that resemble the smell, taste and texture of animal products
  without the cruelty and ill health effects.
 Veggie bacon, veggie ham, veggie sausages, veggie chicken nuggets,
  veggie turkey (we call it tofurky), veggie steak, veggie tuna, veggie
  shrimp, veggie hamburgers, veggie hot dogs, etc.
  How can I live without “real” meat?
 People eat meat because they've acquired a taste for meat
 Real meat: the dismembered corpse of an animal, comprised of blood,
  flesh, veins, muscles and tendons
 Products that resemble the smell, taste and texture of animal products
  without the cruelty and ill health effects.
 Veggie bacon, veggie ham, veggie sausages, veggie chicken nuggets,
  veggie turkey (we call it tofurky), veggie steak, veggie tuna, veggie
  shrimp, veggie hamburgers, veggie hot dogs, etc.
 Ethnic restaurants carry a great vegan selections:. Indian, Middle
  Eastern, Mexican, Ethiopian and Italian restaurants.
  How can I live without “real” meat?
 People eat meat because they've acquired a taste for meat
 Real meat: the dismembered corpse of an animal, comprised of blood,
  flesh, veins, muscles and tendons
 Products that resemble the smell, taste and texture of animal products
  without the cruelty and ill health effects.
 Veggie bacon, veggie ham, veggie sausages, veggie chicken nuggets,
  veggie turkey (we call it tofurky), veggie steak, veggie tuna, veggie
  shrimp, veggie hamburgers, veggie hot dogs, etc.
 Ethnic restaurants carry a great vegan selections:. Indian, Middle
  Eastern, Mexican, Ethiopian and Italian restaurants.
 Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Korean and Vietnamese places let you
  substitute tofu for the meat in any of their dishes.
What about the cost?
                  What about the cost?
 Our health is priceless  “Vegetarians have the best diet. They have
  the lowest rates of coronary disease of any group in the country ... they
  have a fraction of our heart attack rate, and they have only 40 percent
  of our cancer rate.” — William Castelli, M.D., director, Framingham Heart
   Study, the longest-running clinical study in medical history
                  What about the cost?
 Our health is priceless  “Vegetarians have the best diet. They have
  the lowest rates of coronary disease of any group in the country ... they
  have a fraction of our heart attack rate, and they have only 40 percent
  of our cancer rate.” — William Castelli, M.D., director, Framingham Heart
   Study, the longest-running clinical study in medical history

 Veganism is the most inexpensive diet on this planet
                  What about the cost?
 Our health is priceless  “Vegetarians have the best diet. They have
  the lowest rates of coronary disease of any group in the country ... they
  have a fraction of our heart attack rate, and they have only 40 percent
  of our cancer rate.” — William Castelli, M.D., director, Framingham Heart
   Study, the longest-running clinical study in medical history

 Veganism is the most inexpensive diet on this planet

 Poverty-stricken societies are vegetarian or vegan
                  What about the cost?
 Our health is priceless  “Vegetarians have the best diet. They have
  the lowest rates of coronary disease of any group in the country ... they
  have a fraction of our heart attack rate, and they have only 40 percent
  of our cancer rate.” — William Castelli, M.D., director, Framingham Heart
   Study, the longest-running clinical study in medical history

 Veganism is the most inexpensive diet on this planet

 Poverty-stricken societies are vegetarian or vegan

 Humanitarian organizations like Plenty [www.Plenty.org] and Food for
  Life Global [www.ffl.org] feed vegan food to the hungry.
Summary
                           Summary
 Veganism reduces rate of obesity, heart disease, strokes, cancer,
  diabetes, kidney disease, osteoporosis and food borne diseases
  among many others
                           Summary
 Veganism reduces rate of obesity, heart disease, strokes, cancer,
  diabetes, kidney disease, osteoporosis and food borne diseases
  among many others

 Vegans tend to outlive meat-eaters (up to 10 years)
                           Summary
 Vegetarianism reduces rate of obesity, heart disease, strokes, cancer,
  diabetes, kidney disease, osteoporosis and food borne diseases
  among many others

 Vegetarians tend to outlive meat-eaters (up to 10 years)

 Vegetarianism reduces the most voluminous cruelty on animals
Peaceable Table
                Peaceable Table
 Americans  no cats or dogs or horses, please
                Peaceable Table
 Americans  no cats or dogs or horses, please

 Muslims and orthodox Jews  no pork, please
                Peaceable Table
 Americans  no cats or dogs or horses, please

 Muslims and orthodox Jews  no pork, please

 Indians  no cows, please
                Peaceable Table
 Americans  no cats or dogs or horses, please

 Muslims and orthodox Jews  no pork, please

 Indians  no cows, please

 Seventh Day Adventists, Buddhists, Hindus, Jains and
  Rastafarians (and Lorena ) no animals, please
                Peaceable Table
 Americans  no cats or dogs or horses, please

 Muslims and orthodox Jews  no pork, please

 Indians  no cows, please

 Seventh Day Adventists, Buddhists, Hindus, Jains and
  Rastafarians (and Lorena ) no animals, please


 The only thing left to eat that everybody could agree
  upon would be a vegetarian meal.
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