I love how Simon Fairlie is more up to date on research held against his odds, then info defending it.
I love how he quotes numerous times, that meat can be good "in moderation." Sounds like the commercial for High Frutose Corn Syrup.
I love how he mentions that cows can be feed grass! You know, food that humans can't eat. Sounds like a great idea! Why don't you give that a try.... ... ... ...
I love how his final argument is that killing animals for food is the "right thing to do". Actually, I really have no comment on that.
And lastly, I love how sarcastic this entire post is. Except for the adorable photo of the 2 cows kissing, this article is a "moo point." Get it? Ha Ha.
Alrighty folks, here's the honest truth. I CAN'T say I'm a complete vegan. I do believe that in moderation (and very little moderation) that grass-fed, farm raised, local cows, can potentially be beneficial for some people's health. It all depends on quality and quantity and the individual's personal living condition.
I CAN say, that the process in which animal meats are manufactured are completely hurting our environment, and according to this article, I have yet to be proven wrong.
Just some Food For Thought...