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A must watch for everybody ------ Unbelievable

Post by rahularya on Wed May 21, 2008 8:25 am

The video that all meat-eaters should watch and every vegetarian should own, "Meet Your Meat", narrated by Alec Baldwin, covers each stage of life of animals raised for food. No PETA videos are copyrighted, so copy them for everyone you know.


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Re: Reasons to become a vegetarian

Post by HaKa on Tue May 27, 2008 1:39 pm

Funny you write this after being to a Tony Robbins seminar.

I recently heard he installs a phobia of meat in his listeners.

Did he get you :):):):)

Mind you, I also heard the following: Tony Robbins philosophy is that everyone can have a happy life, just by copying him. So he pretends ( ) to be a vegetarian or at least wants his disciples to be, although he is still fond of meat.

Funny little thing.. :)
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Re: Reasons to become a vegetarian

Post by viktorados on Tue May 27, 2008 7:43 pm

HaKa wrote:Funny you write this after being to a Tony Robbins seminar.

I recently heard he installs a phobia of meat in his listeners.

Did he get you :):):):)

Mind you, I also heard the following: Tony Robbins philosophy is that everyone can have a happy life, just by copying him. So he pretends ( ) to be a vegetarian or at least wants his disciples to be, although he is still fond of meat.

Funny little thing.. :)

PS I was a vegetarian for 3 years before I went to the seminar :D

& I respect Tony a lot, but I do not idealise him as others do.
He is a good guy, who managed to bring self-improvement on a completely
new higher level - and here we must give him a credit.

Although all the techniques which he uses - existed before him. :wink:
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Re: Reasons to become a vegetarian

Post by stewbroth on Wed May 28, 2008 9:59 am

There is abuse in both the agricultural and livestock industries.

you really never know what's in your food unless you raise / grow it yourself. Even then, our water supplies and soils are so damaged from world pollution that toxins are being introduced anyway. And natural fertilizer is being produced from components that have been tainted down the food chain, so the general concept of organic is skewed.

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http://www.selfmadevip.com/viewtopic.php?f=74&t=3742&p=13735

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Re: Reasons to become a vegetarian

Post by drashran on Sun Jun 08, 2008 7:03 am

Vision wrote:Meat is necessary mainly for protein benefits. I'm athletic, so I don't think I'm ever going to stop eating meat. Also, I have absolutely no objections to butchery.


Common protein rich foods can include:
Milk
Soy Milk
Eggs
Cheese
Yogurt
Peanut Butter
Cereals like rice, wheat and maize
Lean Meats, Fish, and Poultry
Beans, Tofu, Lentils, and other Legumes
Grains, including bread and pasta
Nuts and Seeds

We have lots of choice, to get enough protein among veg food!!! :)
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