In a recent article, moral philosopher and author of Animal Liberation Peter Singer asks whether the meat industry is “cooked” now that plant based eating is on the rise. Like so many pro-vegan articles do, Singer outlines the environmental destruction inherent in animal agriculture, the inefficiency of eating animals (when we could eat the original nutrients, … More Humans Are Herbivores*, and Other Facts We Love to Deny
I spend a lot of time learning about the environmental consequences of modern agriculture caused by our food choices. That means I spend a lot of time listening to the Paleo/Primal crowd tell me how natural their lifestyle is because it’s just like that of their ancestors. I commend them for wanting to adopt a cleaner, … More Forget the Real Tribes and Go Primal!
I am coming to terms with the a problem I have. It’s a combination of being inwardly, fiercely judgmental of others, and never ever wanting to hurt anyone in anyway. So I found myself in an interesting situation this past weekend at a lovely Thai restaurant. I was with my boyfren’s family. They’re largely carnivorous, … More Why Is St. Francis Eating that Baby?!
I recently did a bit of pre-spring cleaning here. I eliminated all my posts. I want to start over. Something that is going back up pretty quick is Freelee’s rant on the extremes that people are willing to go before changing their diets. …Because most of the time, I get frustrated when people won’t consider … More How to Be an Extremist
How many people out there like breaking rules? Especially out-dated and silly rules? I do! That makes sense. America was founded by a bunch of rule-breakers like you, and you, and you. So what’s the best and easiest way to break the rules? Start thinking for yourself. Here. I’ll help. One of the quickest ways … More How to Be a Rebel
This little rant is for all the folks who are interested in feeling better, improving their health, and having abundant energy and vitality. Anyone who does not want that, you can leave now. I have edited this very slightly for clarity, and have kept all smileys and exclamations. Courtesy Jon Fergus over at 30BaD. A … More A Rant on Calories by Jon Fergus