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No Happy Cows : Dispatches from the Frontlines of the Food Revolution by John Robbins FB2, TXT, EPUB

9781573245753
English

1573245755
From the bestselling author of Diet for a New America and The Food Revolution. Internationally known vegan and bestselling author John Robbins has continued to discuss food politics and food-related issues in his popular website www.johnrobbins.info No Happy Cowscollects these recent observations together for the first time in book form. Robbins shares his dispatches from the front lines of the food revolution: From his undercover investigations of feed lots and slaughterhouses, to the rise of food contamination, the slave trade behind chocolate and coffee, the sham of "Vitamin Water," and the effects of hormones on animals and animal products.Among the topics covered are: Does Soy Cause Alzheimer's Disease Infants Growing Breasts?: The Trouble with Hormones in our Milk Just How Bad is McDonalds? Chocolate and 21st-century Slavery Robbin's trenchant and provocative observations into the relationships between animals and the humans who raise them remind us of the importance of working for a more compassionate and environmentally responsible world. Includes an introduction by the author and an up-to-date list of books, films, and websites for further information., Internationally known vegan and bestselling author John Robbins has continued his observations and investigations into food politics and food-related issues of the day in his popular HuffingtonPostcolumn, foodrevolution.org. No Happy Cowscollects these recent observations along with never before published material for the first time in book form. Robbins shares his dispatches from the frontlines of the food revolution: From his undercover investigations of feed lots and slaughterhouses, to the rise of food contamination, the slave trade behind chocolate and coffee, what he calls the sham of "Vitamin Water," and the effects of hormones on animals and animal products. Topics include: The skinny on grassfed beef Greed and salmonella Junk food marketing to kids Soy and Alzheimer's Hormones in our milk Plus many more. Robbin's trenchant and provocative observations into the relationships between animals and the humans who raise them remind us of the importance of working for a more compassionate and environmentally responsible world., Pioneering food activist and bestselling author John Robbins (Diet for a New America, The Food Revolution) is back with a wide-ranging collection of essays on the state of food politics today. Here John has gathered and updated his most-talked-about Huffington Post blog posts and mixed them together with some brand new writing on our food future. As ever, John's wise, clear voice cuts right through all the noise with its incisive commentary about what we should (and shouldn't) eat and why. Even Those of Us Who Think we are Well Informed will Find Much Food for Though on coffee and chocolate soy and other processed plant foods grassfed beef and "humanely raised" pigs and chickens the rise in obesity and the early onset of puberty the safety of our food supply and many other urgent topics relating to what we eat PLUS A Resource Section Filled With Books and Films on Healthy Eating and the Politics of Food. In the Food Revolution, John Robbins changed the way we think about food. With No Happy Cows, he offers us a savvy new guide to eating in the 21st century. Book jacket.

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