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The oath I took as an inspector said if I ever saw anything wrong I was supposted to report it. But today I can’t report anything.Today, if you blow your whistle, you’re in trouble with the inspection service. I feel the oath I took is violated every day I work.
I would expect an extremely high percentage of the chickens would test positive. Our poultry industry clients wouldn’t like that.
I know hundreds of people who have spent years and thousands of dollars on tests looking for ulcers or spastic bowels. I tell them to lay off all dairy products for two weeks. The results are usually so striking that it changes their lives.
There exists a substantial body of competent and reliable scientific evidence that eating eggs increases the risk of heart attacks or heart disease….This evidence is systematic,consistent,strong,and congruent.
Our food system takes abundant grain,which people can’t afford,and shrinks it into meat,which better-off people will pay for.
The American fast food diet and the meat eating habits of the wealthy around the world support a world food system that diverts food resources from the hungry.A diet higher in whole grains and legumes and lower in beef and other meat is not just healthier for ourselves but also contributes to changing the world system that feeds some people and leaves others hungry.