How does it affect our health, the consumption of meat

Most people live longer to survive,in a continuous struggle:

on the one hand trying to satisfy its daily needs, natural and on the other hand mobilizing an organism increasingly assaulted and unbalanced by the accelerated pace of life, stress, and pollution.
Being in this veritable carousel, modern man rarely finds time and moments of tranquility to elucidate the mystery of his own existence.

Western civilization is a model that many want to follow.
But before taking it over, it’s good to evaluate its positive versus negative elements.

We tend to copy the patterns of Western life, without having a correct discernment and some basic information on how we should feed ourselves.
Unfortunately, we have too easily imported the fast food and semi-cooked food mode.

Potritivt of recent statistics

seven out of ten Americans die ahead of time from the following diseases: cancer, cardiovascular disease and strokes.
Another American report shows that fast food is the cause of these diseases.
The average risk of developing a heart disease for a man who consumes meat, eggs and dairy products is 50%.
If this man gives up meat, this risk decreases to 15%, and for the one who does not consume meat, eggs and dairy products, the risk decreases to 4%[…]


A vegetarian diet can prevent up to 90% of vascular attacks and 97% of myocardial infarctions.”

⇒ Moreover, 40% of all antibiotics produced in the United States are administered to cattle and other breeding animals.
These drugs thus pass into the body of consumers, with each hamburger or other meat products.
This daily consumption of antibiotics achieved indirectly, negatively affects the immune system, being an important factor in the appearance of the acquired immune deficiency.

⇒ Steroid hormones administered to cattle to accelerate their growth are suspected to be the major cause for the increased incidence of breast and ovary cancer in women and for the early onset of puberty in children.

⇒ The impact on the environment is also overwhelming, considering the fact that…
to obtain a single sausage of 100 grams, 8.5 sqm of pasture land is required.

Powerful landowners in Central America destroyed almost half of the region’s rainforests.
They turned them into pastures for cattle necessary to meet the ever-increasing demand for sausages.

By contrast, on the other side of the world, in a valley at the foot of the Himalayas,

the Hunza tribe
, which relatively recently came into contact with the civilized world.
They do not breed animals, and as such do not eat meat, their diet is vegetarian and contains many crudities.
The water they drink seems to be pure water that comes from a glacier stavechi.
Studies on them show that
“they are healthy and active even after the age of 100”!

It is in our power to choose a healthy lifestyle, through which we can prevent premature intoxication of our body, by:

  • giving up the consumption of meat and animal products
  • respect for nature and life, living in a harmonious way with the whole existence
  • and of course, practicing yoga!

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