posted on Apr, 10 2013 @ 03:37 AM
I'm a meat eater, but I'm getting really sick of how much utter # there is in our food.
If it's not the animal we think we're eating, it hormone laced, and pain killer riddled.
How much 'smart priced/own brand' food is being consumed which is nothing but a bit of meat, gristle and GM offerings?
The fact that animals are pumped full of painkillers goes to show the meat we're eating is from less than healthy animals. I wonder how much healthier
we'd be as a society if we ate meat that actually came from healthy animals...
If it's not bad enough that all that crap is being passed through into milk, and meat, if we want to eat food that isn't messed with, we're expected
to pay more. And the reasons to pay more are just as ridiculous as the crap they'd pump into us otherwise.
If you're paying more for higher standards of animal welfare, how much does it cost to not pump an animal full of drugs and let it into a field to eat
Avoidance of health risks to farmers due to inappropriate handling of pesticides (and avoidance of future medical expenses) - if organic food is grown
without pesticides and pesticide resistant spraying, then why are we paying more for them to not use them, or to cover their health risks? Am I paying
more for my daily paper in case the people who print it might slice their finger on a page by accident?
Marketing and the distribution chain for organic products is relatively inefficient. How is it inefficient? In what way is it any less efficient than
Why are "conventional foods" the ones that are GM, surely it should be the other way around?
edit on 10-4-2013 by Lulzaroonie because: (no