Pasture Fed animals as food
I am Ethically a Vegetarian. I eat Meat as Medicine
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I am Ethically a Vegetarian.
I eat Meat as Medicine
I am going to be putting up a video
this week with new sponsor David Getoff.
He eats grass fed meat.
The idea of butchering an animal for food
I did not like eating goat meat last week
from Hani, my butcher and a good friend
who prays on his animals before butchering them.
I was just reading this by
author of Grass Fed Meat.
FROM STANLEY FISHMAN
Addiction and overeating makes a fortune for the food industry. The food industry favors products based on grains, sweeteners, artificial flavors and preservatives, and modern vegetable oils. These ingredients are highly processed, and the raw materials are very cheap for the food industry. The products they create with these ingredients lack vital nutrients, so the customer’s hunger will never be satisfied. Yet the ingredients are often addictive, so the customer will buy more and more of the product. This is why people can eat a whole bag of cookies and still be hungry.
Fear of Fat Makes a Fortune for the Diet Industry
If you look at old photos of Americans at the beach taken during the early 20th century, you will be astonished at how fit almost everybody was. Obesity was very rare. Prior to the demonization of animal fat, most doctors had a simple and effective cure for overweight people who wanted to lose weight. Reduce the amounts of carbs and sugars, and eat a high-fat diet full of butter and other animal fats. These kinds of diets worked, because nothing satisfies like animal fat. There was no diet industry.
THIS IS MY EXPERIENCE
I can get headaches from eating too much fat.
I agree with an old teacher,
that new fat drives out old fat from the body.
Fat is where toxins are stored.
I can eat more fat now that ever.
Most of us are starving.
Let's face it.
If we lived a different kind of like,
we could live lower on the food chain.
Dr.Bernard Jensen spoke about eating too much meat.
He also taught about the dangers of not getting enough protein.
I AGREE WITH DAVID GETOFF
I have had a remarkable shift in digestion
since I began using raw pasture fed butter.
Gluten free bread and raw pasture fed butter
works for me.
I say this after many, many years, of not being able digest
any kind of butter. Pasteurized milk and pasteurized butter
is not food.
MOre on this.
Please read this great article by Stanley Fishman.
POEM To HANI
Subject:Burying Our Dead
I go meatless most of the time.
Occasionally, a Rocky Organic Chicken Dog
slips down the gullet
in honor of childhood's favorite foods Mom made.
Rare meat I buy, even the 22% hamburger
intended to eat raw, ends up going into the
freezer to be dealt in the Eternal Hereafter.
Down the street, not too far away,
is a friend who I have not visited in years.
He treats me with utmost respect.
His name is Hani. He is Arab.
He speaks better Hebrew than I do.
He was born in Bethlehem, a city
noted for its other Star.
and respect for all humanity
is clear from the wide clientele
who come into Near East Foods
in various traditional garbs to buy his very,
very,fresh Lamb in all its body parts.
Women whose face I cannot see:
Men who speak languages I do not understand;
Dark skinned and happy children who wonder
why I walk the way I do--
all these shop at Hani’s
among the bagged basmati rice
and familar labeled herbs and seeds I know by
fragrance but cannot decipher by foreign label.
Hani's children are grown now.
His son is no doubt a basketball star
for some local high school,
but the moment I enter his store,
Hani will remember
me by name and wonder about
the distant travels that have kept us apart.
Today we are both in thoughts of War
but neither of us imagines that somebody very,very
different has volunteered to be our enemy.
A few men who maybe never got
suckled enough decide events that will influence
the lives of all us shopping here.
I know if I call Hani and
ask for a delivery of the Lamb he will bring it.
We will sit and talk.
We will wonder about the influence
of grown men who behave as fighting boys,live in White Houses
and ask we bury our dead.
We will know without saying
that his dead and my dead
will be the same dead.
Something inside wants to see my dear friend Hani.
Something in me is calling out for the Lamb.
nine days after GETTING HIP 2
January 24, 2003
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