I didn't see the original. But you know lots of ex low carbers and former SAD eaters could have their own website too.
Industrial farming is dirty, cruel, dangerous to the environment and everyone's health. However, I personally, have no moral qualms about eating animals and I have to admit that I would eat the family pet if I thought it would bring me abundant good health. I heard a speech in which the speaker claimed that the worst injustice in the world today was our treatment of animals and I was appalled at this statement when you consider all the evil that is going on around the globe involving suffering human beings.
It is interesting who calls himself a vegetarian. I posted on another group that clarence bass, a 75 year old body builder said in this month's article that he calls himself a vegetarian and eats chicken and fish (I forget if he eats any other animal flesh). So when someone says he is a vegetarian you have to wonder exactly what he is eating. Mr. Bass has said that he is on statins to keep his cholesterol low.
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