posted on Sep, 5 2012 @ 01:26 PM
If you really enjoy your cow products, find a very small, local, organic, biodynamic farm that you can visit, talk to the owners, see how everything
is handled, and then make an informed decision about what you put into your body. Since most of us don't have the resources to keep animals of our
Before industry utterly perverted animal products, they were actually amazingly nutritious things.
It's not the cows that are dirty... it is the filthy farming practices. There are small farmers out there who find what big industry does equally
abhorrent. *Find them!*
I was vegan for nearly a decade because factory farming is horrifying. Then I ran into some cholesterol/hormone related problems that can only be
fixed with animal products... found Weston A. Price, indigenous nutrition, and realized that despite the fact factory farming is horrible, it's
better not to throw the baby out with the bath water. There is always wild food and biodynamic farming... keep industry and factory out of the
I wouldn't touch anything I didn't source myself. Not even if my parents made it for dinner. I've been in the food industry for a very long time,
and the LAST people you want to trust handling your food are big corporations. So many people eat restaurant food, and cheap supermarket food. If
you're concerned about keeping your brain intact, avoiding prions, and all of these diseases, it's the last thing you want on your plate.
Good note about the CWD though.