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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Sam 16 Avr - 18:23

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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Mar 10 Mai - 16:15

SITE SUR LE V2GANISME http://hooly.over-blog.com/
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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Mar 17 Mai - 8:41

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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Mar 17 Mai - 16:14

sitio sobre veganismo http://www.paravegetarianos.com
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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Mar 17 Mai - 16:25

sitio peuano sobre veganismo http://vegetarianosperu.foroactivo.com
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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Jeu 19 Mai - 8:18

blog sur le veganisme http://petitavegana.wordpress.com

protection animale http://bebeagogo.wordpress.com/

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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Jeu 19 Mai - 8:27

site sur le véganisme http://peau-de-peche.over-blog.com
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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Ven 20 Mai - 15:45

BLOG SOBRE VEGANISMO http://sentiryrespetar.blogspot.com/2011/04/pastel-de-chocolate-con-coco.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Ven 20 Mai - 15:49

SITIO SOBRE VEGANISMO http://www.justvegetal.com
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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Mar 24 Mai - 5:06

SITIO PERUANO SOBRE EL VEGANISMO http://vegetarianosperu.foroactivo.com
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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Mer 25 Mai - 17:04

sitio sobre veganismo http://www.plazanimal.cl/

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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Mer 25 Mai - 17:10

blog sobre veganismo http://diario-v.lacoctelera.net/
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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Mer 25 Mai - 17:14

blog sur le véganisme http://vivrevegan.fr/
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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Mer 13 Juil - 5:21

22 mai 2011

Justice pour les Animaux

Lorsqu'un particulier ou une association de protection des animaux constate un acte illégal de cruauté ou de maltraitance, l'injustice opère souvent à trois niveaux :
- Refus de plainte au commissariat et en gendarmerie.
- Affaire classée sans suite par décision du Parquet.
- Peine ridicule compte tenu de la souffrance imposée à l'animal.
Faire souffrir les animaux est un délit :
stop à l'impunité et aux condamnations symboliques !
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Voir les photos de la manifestation du 13 mai à Paris, première action d'une revendication qui réunit à ce jour plus de 70 associations.
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1er juillet 2011

13ème législature
Question N° : 110545 de M. René Rouquet ( Socialiste, radical, citoyen et divers gauche - Val-de-Marne ) Question écrite
Ministère interrogé > Travail, emploi et santé Ministère attributaire > Travail, emploi et santé
Rubrique > santé Tête d'analyse > protection Analyse > viande. surconsommation. conséquences
Question publiée au JO le : 07/06/2011 page : 5999

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M. René Rouquet attire l'attention de M. le ministre du travail, de l'emploi et de la santé sur les préoccupations qu’exprime légitimement un nombre croissant de nos concitoyens, face aux problèmes environnementaux et de santé publique induits par la surconsommation de viande. Il apparaît en effet au vu de différentes études que cette consommation a augmenté de 60 % en Europe sur ces cinquante dernières années. D'aucuns n'hésitent pas à rapprocher ces chiffres de la nette augmentation du nombre des cancers et des maladies cardiovasculaires dans les pays occidentaux, comme l'a notamment relevé l'organisation internationale World cancer research fund (WCRF), qui a pu par exemple mettre en relation un niveau élevé de consommation de viande rouge et ses incidences sur certains cancers, dont celui du colon. S'agissant d'autre part des impacts environnementaux des déchets du bétail d'élevage, différentes enquêtes ont conclu là encore que le CO2, le méthane et les oxydes nitreux produits contribuaient de façon non négligeable à accroître les émissions de gaz à effet de serre qui concourent au réchauffement climatique lié aux activités humaines. Aussi, il lui demande de bien vouloir lui préciser quelle attention porte le Gouvernement à de telles inquiétudes dans notre pays et, à cet effet, s'il entend prendre des mesures pour promouvoir de nouvelles habitudes alimentaires en particulier chez les plus jeunes dans les cantines scolaires.

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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Jeu 6 Sep - 1:54

november 9 2010

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Vegan Universe
Saving the World One Pig at a Time in the U-District
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For most people around here, University Way means "the Ave," the densely populated blocks between 42nd and 50th favored by UW students and those who want to take their money (beer pubs, pizza joints, panhandlers). But north of 50th, University Way becomes another world—looser than the high-drama Ave, and funkier, with free parking. My original north-of-50th crush: Chili's Deli & Mart, the family-owned eatery that was a convenience-store/southern-Indian deli combo until the food's popularity necessitated a transition to a more traditional sit-down restaurant, the name of which remains Chili's Deli & Mart. Funky!

Two blocks north of Chili's, a conglomeration of like-minded businesses has created a small universe of high-functioning idealism, where those who abstain from animal products can feast with abandon and all creatures of the world can live without fear of being milked, filleted, or made into wallets. The heart of this meat-free paradise: Wayward Vegan Cafe, a beloved comfort-food dispensary specializing in greasy-spoon standards: ham and eggs, country-fried steak, pulled-pork sandwiches, all of the meat in quotes.

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pooky123: Women Seeking Women The origins of the Wayward Cafe are found in what is essentially the big bang of Northwest vegan entrepreneurship, centered in the legendary eatery Good Morning Healing Earth, which operated for 20 years out of a tucked-away spot on 55th before the owner passed away and left the place to his employees. Rechristened the Rainy Day Cafe, the restaurant eventually hatched the Wayward Collective, whose members went on to create some of Seattle's best-loved vegan eateries: Georgetown's defunct Squid & Ink, Broadway's new and thriving Highline, and the Wayward Vegan Cafe, which operated for two years out of the former Good Morning Healing Earth/Rainy Day Cafe space before moving to its new home on the northern Ave this past February.

The move gave Wayward an expanded and improved dining area, spruced up further with an expanded menu: a sprawling assortment of gut-filling diner staples reconceived without meat. Vegan army vets can stroll down a modified memory lane with Wayward's S.O.S. (Seitan on a Shingle, featuring house-made seitan and mushroom gravy over an herb biscuit with a side of greens for $Cool, while those hankering for the edible love child of a ham sandwich and French toast can enjoy the vegan Monte Cristo ($9).

Meat-free meat is an evolving science, with results ranging from surprisingly delicious to packing material, and the grub I got at Wayward spanned the spectrum. Best in show: the Pull No Pork sandwich ($9), featuring shredded seitan grilled with peppers and onions and tossed in Wayward's house-made barbecue sauce. The shredding brought the seitan down to appetizing size, and the fresh veggies, spicy sauce, and house-made roll helped make it delicious. In need of more development in the lab: the Breakfast Burrito ($7.50), one of a couple dozen breakfast/brunch items built around egg-impersonating scrambled tofu. In my burrito, this seasoned tofu was scrambled with spinach and big wads of textured-vegetable-protein chorizo and topped with cilantro sour cream, but there's no getting around the essential iffiness of tofu eggs, a taste I've attempted to acquire since college with little success. For what it's worth, Wayward's scrambled tofu was not much different than the box mixes I made as a student, suggesting the inherent limitations of the dish (which was nevertheless being eaten with relish by diners all around me).

As important as the Wayward Cafe's food is its position in University Way's vegan universe. Across the street in the vegan grocery store Sidecar for Pigs Peace, I found Doh Driver, one of Wayward's four owners, who gave me the specifics of the Wayward Collective continuum and explained Sidecar for Pigs Peace's mission and insane name. Pigs Peace Sanctuary is a safe haven for abandoned exotic pets located up in Stanwood, Washington, and the Sidecar store is one of its fundraisers, with profits from Sidecar's sales of vegan everything—from belts and pet food to cosmetics and frozen pizza—going to Pigs Peace. As Driver tells me, she was a longtime Sidecar volunteer before taking over as store manager, and one of her pending renovations is the changing of the funky name. "We'll be named Vegan Haven—someday," says Driver. "Because we're a nonprofit, we have to wait for the secretary of state to sign off on the name change, and someone in the office is sitting on the paperwork..."

When I ask about Wayward Cafe's menu, Driver refers me to another of Wayward's owners: Colin Blanchette, whom I find one block north at Pizza Pi, the vegan pizzeria Blanchette purchased with his wife a year before they bought into the Wayward Cafe. Like Wayward Cafe, Pizza Pi offers an extensive menu of meat-and-dairy-free delights—calzones, Italian sandwiches, and pizza pizza pizza—but, amazingly, there's only one overlap with Wayward's offerings. "We both serve Philly cheesesteak sandwiches," Blanchette tells me, "but they're completely different."

Like all the best vegans, Driver and Blanchette are proactive idealists who aren't scolds or dupes. When I bring up PETA's recent offer to help pay Lindsay Lohan's rehab bill if she agrees to go vegan, both wince. "I hate most things that PETA does," says Driver, who concedes that the stunts do help raise awareness of the cause in general. "When I went vegan eight years ago in rural Florida, no one knew what the word meant. Now people everywhere know what vegan means."

Having created their perfect little universe of veganism, is there anything they miss from the omnivorous world? "Not having to read labels," says Blanchette. Driver has no regrets: "Now that I have vegan tiramisu for sale, there's nothing I miss."
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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Jeu 6 Sep - 1:55

So You're an Environmentalist; Why Are You Still Eating Meat?
Jim Motavalli, E Magazine
January 3, 2002


There has never been a better time for environmentalists to become vegetarians. Evidence of the environmental impacts of a meat-based diet is piling up at the same time its health effects are becoming better known. Meanwhile, full-scale industrialized factory farming -- which allows diseases to spread quickly as animals are raised in close confinement -- has given rise to recent, highly publicized epidemics of meat-borne illnesses. At press time, the first discovery of mad cow disease in a Tokyo suburb caused beef prices to plummet in Japan and many people to stop eating meat.


All this comes at a time when meat consumption is reaching an all-time high around the world, quadrupling in the last 50 years. There are 20 billion head of livestock taking up space on the Earth, more than triple the number of people. According to the Worldwatch Institute, global livestock population has increased 60 percent since 1961, and the number of fowl being raised for human dinner tables has nearly quadrupled in the same time period, from 4.2 billion to 15.7 billion. U.S. beef and pork consumption has tripled since 1970, during which time it has more than doubled in Asia.


Americans spend $110 billion a year on meat-intensive fast food, and its growing popularity around the world may be a factor in dramatic increases in global meat consumption. © Jason Kremkau


One reason for the increase in meat consumption is the rise of fast-food restaurants as an American dietary staple. As Eric Schlosser noted in his best-selling book Fast Food Nation, "Americans now spend more money on fast food -- $110 billion a year -- than they do on higher education. They spend more on fast food than on movies, books, magazines, newspapers, videos and recorded music -- combined."


Strong growth in meat production and consumption continues despite mounting evidence that meat-based diets are unhealthy, and that just about every aspect of meat production -- from grazing-related loss of cropland and open space, to the inefficiencies of feeding vast quantities of water and grain to cattle in a hungry world, to pollution from "factory farms" -- is an environmental disaster with wide and sometimes catastrophic consequences. Oregon State University agriculture professor Peter Cheeke calls factory farming "a frontal assault on the environment, with massive groundwater and air pollution problems."


World Hunger and Resources


The 4.8 pounds of grain fed to cattle to produce one pound of beef for human beings represents a colossal waste of resources in a world still teeming with people who suffer from profound hunger and malnutrition.


According to the British group Vegfam, a 10-acre farm can support 60 people growing soybeans, 24 people growing wheat, 10 people growing corn and only two producing cattle. Britain -- with 56 million people -- could support a population of 250 million on an all-vegetable diet. Because 90 percent of U.S. and European meat eaters' grain consumption is indirect (first being fed to animals), westerners each consume 2,000 pounds of grain a year. Most grain in underdeveloped countries is consumed directly.


Somalian famine victims line up for food handouts. Producing a pound of beef requires 4.8 pounds of grain, and critics of our modern agricultural system say that the spread of meat-based diets aggravates world hunger. © David & Peter Turnley / Corbis


While it is true that many animals graze on land that would be unsuitable for cultivation, the demand for meat has taken millions of productive acres away from farm inventories. The cost of that is incalculable. As Diet For a Small Planet author Frances Moore Lappé writes, imagine sitting down to an eight-ounce steak. "Then imagine the room filled with 45 to 50 people with empty bowls in front of them. For the 'feed cost' of your steak, each of their bowls could be filled with a full cup of cooked cereal grains."


Harvard nutritionist Jean Mayer estimates that reducing meat production by just 10 percent in the U.S. would free enough grain to feed 60 million people. Authors Paul and Anne Ehrlich note that a pound of wheat can be grown with 60 pounds of water, whereas a pound of meat requires 2,500 to 6,000 pounds.


Environmental Costs


Energy-intensive U.S. factory farms generated 1.4 billion tons of animal waste in 1996, which, the Environmental Protection Agency reports, pollutes American waterways more than all other industrial sources combined. Meat production has also been linked to severe erosion of billions of acres of once-productive farmland and to the destruction of rainforests.


McDonald's took a group of British animal rights activists to court in the 1990s because they had linked the fast food giant to an unhealthy diet and rainforest destruction. The defendants, who fought the company to a standstill, made a convincing case. In court documents, the activists asserted, "From 1970 onwards, beef from cattle reared on ex-rainforest land was supplied to McDonald's." In a policy statement, McDonald's claims that it "does not purchase beef which threatens tropical rainforests anywhere in the world," but it does not deny past purchases.


Circle Four Farms, a Utah-based pork producer, hosts a three-million gallon waste lagoon. When lagoons like this spill into rivers and lakes as happened in North Carolina in 1995, the result can be environmentally catastrophic. © AP Photo / Douglas C. Pizac


According to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), livestock raised for food produce 130 times the excrement of the human population, some 87,000 pounds per second. The Union of Concerned Scientists points out that 20 tons of livestock manure is produced annually for every U.S. household. The much-publicized 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska dumped 12 million gallons of oil into Prince William Sound, but the relatively unknown 1995 New River hog waste spill in North Carolina poured 25 million gallons of excrement and urine into the water, killing an estimated 10 to 14 million fish and closing 364,000 acres of coastal shellfishing beds. Hog waste spills have caused the rapid spread of a virulent microbe called Pfiesteria piscicida, which has killed a billion fish in North Carolina alone.


More than a third of all raw materials and fossil fuels consumed in the U.S. are used in animal production. Beef production alone uses more water than is consumed in growing the nation's entire fruit and vegetable crop. Producing a single hamburger patty uses enough fuel to drive 20 miles and causes the loss of five times its weight in topsoil. In his book The Food Revolution, author John Robbins estimates that "you'd save more water by not eating a pound of California beef than you would by not showering for an entire year." Because of deforestation to create grazing land, each vegetarian saves an acre of trees per year.


"We definitely take up more environmental space when we eat meat," says Barbara Bramble of the National Wildlife Federation. "I think it's consistent with environmental values to eat lower on the food chain."


The Human Health Toll


There is some evidence to suggest that the human digestive system was not designed for meat consumption and processing (see sidebar), which could help explain why there is such high incidence of heart disease, hypertension, and colon and other cancers. Add to this the plethora of drugs and antibiotics applied as a salve to unnatural factory farming conditions and growing occurrences of meat-based diseases like E. coli and Salmonella, and there's a compelling health-based case for vegetarianism.


The factory-farmed chicken, cow or pig of today is among the most medicated creatures on Earth. "For sheer overprescription, no doctor can touch the American farmer," reported Newsweek. According to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report, the use of antimicrobial drugs for nontherapeutic purposes -- mainly to increase factory farm growth rates -- has risen 50 percent since 1985.


Ninety percent of commercially available eggs come from chickens raised on factory farms, and six billion "broiler" chickens emerge from the same conditions. Ninety percent of U.S.-raised pigs are closely confined at some point during their lives. According to the book Animal Factories by Jim Mason and Peter Singer, pork producers lose $187 million annually to chronic diseases such as dysentery, cholera, trichinosis and other ailments fostered by factory farming. Drugs are used to reduce stress levels in animals crowded together unnaturally, although 20 percent of the chickens die of stress or disease anyway.


One result of these conditions is a high rate of meat contamination. Up to 60 percent of chickens sold in supermarkets are infected with Salmonella entenidis, which can pass to humans if the meat is not heated to a high enough temperature. Another pathogen, Campylobacter, can also spread from chickens to human beings with deadly results.


In 1997, more than 25 million pounds of hamburger were found to be contaminated with E. coli 0157:H7, which is spread by fecal matter. The bacteria are a particular problem in hamburger, because the grinding process spreads it throughout the meat. E. coli, the leading cause of kidney failure in young children, was the culprit when three children died of food poisoning after eating at a Seattle Jack in the Box restaurant in 1993.


Business as usual at the animal farm: From left: chicken debeaking, cow confinement, poultry transport and hog crowding.


The British epidemic of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or mad cow disease, which began in 1986 and has affected nearly 200,000 cattle, jumps to beef-eating humans in the form of the always-fatal Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD). The CDC reports that an average of 10 to 15 people have contracted CJD from meat in Britain each year since it was first detected in 1994. In 1998, the British Medical Association warned in a report to Members of Parliament, "The current state of food safety in Britain is such that all raw meat should be assumed to be contaminated with pathogenic organisms." In 1997, it added, Salmonella or E. coli infected a million people in Britain. BSE spreads through cattle that are fed contaminated central nervous-system tissue from other animals. "Its future magnitude and geographic distribution...cannot yet be predicted," the CDC reported. In the U.S., deer have been affected with chronic wasting disease, which has many similarities to British BSE, though a definitive link to humans has not been established.


In the book Eating With Conscience, Dr. Michael W. Fox reports that what is known as "animal tankage" -- the non-fat animal residue from slaughterhouses -- is used in a wide variety of products, from animal feed and fertilizer to pet food. Dr. Fox adds that hundreds of cats in Europe (and several zoo animals) that ate tankage-laced food have contracted forms of BSE. The Japanese outbreak is believed to have originated in BSE-contaminated feed imported from Europe.


According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), more than 10 million animals that were dying or diseased when slaughtered were "rendered" (processed into a protein-rich meal) in 1995 for addition to pig, poultry and pet food. Animals that collapse at the slaughterhouse door or during transportation are called "downers," and their corpses are routinely processed for human consumption. A 2001 Zogby America poll conducted for the group Farm Sanctuary found that 79 percent of Americans oppose this practice, which could be an entry point for BSE into the U.S. meat supply. Farm Sanctuary petitioned the USDA in 1998 to end processing of downer meat for human consumption, but its petition was denied.


Europe will spend billions of dollars bringing a virulent epidemic of yet another animal-borne disease -- foot-and-mouth -- under control. In the last two years, 60 countries have had outbreaks of foot-and-mouth, which kills animals but does not spread to people.


One of the major western exports is a taste for meat, though it brings with it increased risk of heart disease and cancer. Clearly, there is something seriously wrong with a diet and food production system resulting in such waste, endemic disease and human health threats.


Caring About Animals


The average meat eater is responsible for the deaths of some 2,400 animals during his or her lifetime. Animals raised for food endure great suffering in their housing, transport, feeding and slaughter, which is something not clearly evident in the neatly wrapped packages of meat offered for sale at grocery counters. Given the information, many Americans -- especially those with an environmental background -- recoil at knowing they participate in a meat production system so oppressive to the animals caught up in it.


The family farm of the nineteenth century, with its "free-range" animals running around the farmyard or grazing in a pasture, is largely a thing of the past. Brutality to animals has become routine in today's factory farm. A recent article in the pig industry journal National Hog Farmer recommends reducing the average space per animal from eight to six square feet, concluding "Crowding pigs pays." Morley Safer reported on the television program 60 Minutes that today's factory pig is no "Babe": "[They] see no sun in their limited lives, with no hay to lie on, no mud to roll in. The sows live in tiny cages, so narrow they cannot even turn around. They live over metal grates, and their waste is pushed through slats beneath them and flushed into huge pits."


Beef cattle are luckier than factory pigs in that they have an average of 14 square feet in the overcrowded feedlots where they live out their lives. Common procedures for beef calves include branding, castration and dehorning. Veal calves, taken away from their mothers shortly after birth, live their entire lives in near darkness, chained by their necks and unable to move in any direction. They commonly suffer from anemia, diarrhea, pneumonia and lameness.


Virtually all chickens today are factory raised, with as many as six egg-laying hens living in a wire-floored "battery" cage the size of an album cover. As many as 100,000 birds can live in each "henhouse." Conditions are so psychologically taxing on the birds that they must be debeaked to prevent pecking injuries. Male chicks born on factory farms -- as many as 280 million per year -- are simply thrown into garbage bags to die because they're of no economic value as meat or eggs.


Some 95 percent of factory-raised animals are moved by truck, where they are typically subjected to overcrowding, severe weather, hunger and thirst. Many animals die of heat exhaustion or freezing during transport.


Some of the worst abuse occurs at the end of the animals' lives, as documented by Gail Eisnitz' book Slaughterhouse, which includes interviews with slaughterhouse workers. "On the farm where I work," reports one employee, "they drag the live ones who can't stand up anymore out of the crate. They put a metal snare around her ear or foot and drag her the full length of the building. These animals are just screaming in pain." He adds, "The slaughtering part doesn't bother me. It's the way they're treated when they're alive." Dying animals unable to walk are tossed into the "downer pile," and many suffer agonies until, after one or two days, they are finally killed.


The threat to slaughterhouse workers' safety is largely underreported or ignored in the media. For example, Mother Jones magazine, in an otherwise admirable story on slaughterhouse workers, barely mentions the frequent injuries caused by pain-wracked animals lashing out inside the slaughterhouses. Despite the existence of the Humane Slaughter Act and regular USDA inspection, animals are often skinned alive or -- in a major threat to worker safety -- regain consciousness during slaughtering.


The Vegetarian Solution


Vegetarianism is not a new phenomenon. The ancient Greek philosopher Pythagoras was vegetarian, and until the mid-19th century, people who abstained from meat were known as "Pythagoreans." Famous followers of Pythagoras' diet included Leonardo da Vinci, Benjamin Franklin, George Bernard Shaw and Albert Einstein. The word "vegetarian" was coined in 1847 to give a name to what was then a tiny movement in England.


In the U.S., the 1971 publication of Diet For a Small Planet was a major catalyst for introducing people to a healthy vegetarian diet. Other stimuli included Peter Singer's 1975 book Animal Liberation, which gave vegetarianism a moral underpinning; Singer and Jim Mason's book Animal Factories, the first expose´ of confinement agriculture; and John Robbins' 1987 Diet for a New America. In the U.S., according to a 1998 Vegetarian Journal survey, 82 percent of vegetarians are motivated by health concerns, 75 percent by ethics, the environment and/or animal rights, 31 percent because of taste and 26 percent because of economics.


Is the vegetarian diet healthy? The common perception persists that removing meat from the menu is dangerous because of protein loss. Lappé says there is danger of protein deficiency if vegetarian diets are heavily dependent upon 1) fruit; 2) sweet potatoes or cassava (a staple root crop for more than 500 million people in the tropics); or 3) the particular western problem, junk food.


But Reed Mangels, nutrition advisor to the Vegetarian Resource Group (VRG), says vegetarians can meet their protein needs "easily" if they "eat a varied diet and consume enough calories to maintain their weight. It is not necessary to plan combinations of foods. A mixture of proteins throughout the day will provide enough 'essential amino acids.'"


Although meat is rich in protein, Vegetarian and Vegan FAQ reports that other good sources are potatoes, whole wheat bread, rice, broccoli, spinach, almonds, peas, chickpeas, peanut butter, tofu (soybean curd), soymilk, lentils and kale.


Supermarket shelves overflow with soy- or seitan-based meat substitutes. The soybean contains all eight essential amino acids and exceeds even meat in the amount of usable protein it can deliver to the human body. (It should be noted, however, that some people are allergic to soy, and the "hyper-processing" of some soy-based foods reduces the useful protein content.) Animal rights advocates also claim that, contrary to the urging of the meat and dairy industries, humans need to consume only two to 10 percent of their total calories as protein.


How many vegetarians are there in the U.S.? It depends on whom you ask. A PETA fact sheet asserts that 12 million Americans are vegetarians, and 19,000 make the switch every week. Pamela Rice, author of 101 Reasons Why I'm a Vegetarian, puts the number at 4.5 million, or 2.5 percent of the population, based on recent surveys. Older counts, from 1992, put the number of people who "consider themselves" to be vegetarians at seven percent of the U.S. population, or an impressive 18 million. A 1991 Gallup Poll indicated that 20 percent of the population look for vegetarian menu items when they eat out.


Actual vegetarian numbers may be lower. VRG got virtually the same results in two separate Roper Polls it sponsored in 1994 and 1997: One percent of the public, or between two and three million, is vegetarian (eats no meat or fish, but may eat dairy and/or eggs), with a third to half of them living on a vegan diet (eschewing all animal products). Roughly five percent in both studies "never eat red meat." A 2000 poll was slightly more optimistic, putting the number of vegetarians at 2.5 percent of the population. Women are more likely to be vegetarians than men; and -- surprisingly -- Republicans are slightly more likely to abstain from meat than Democrats.


The American Dietetic Association says in a position statement, "Appropriately planned vegetarian diets are healthful, are nutritionally adequate and provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases." Vegetarians now have excellent opportunities to put together well-planned meals. The sale of organic products in natural food stores is the highest growth niche in the food industry, according to Nutrition Business Journal, and it grew 22 percent in 1999 to $4 billion. The natural food markets of today are not the tiny storefronts of yesteryear, but full-service supermarkets, with vigorous competition among giant national chains. Diverse veggie entrees are now available in most supermarkets and on a growing list of restaurant menus.


It's never been easier to become a vegetarian, and there have never been more compelling reasons for environmentalists to make that choice. It's not always easy to do -- most environmentalists still eat meat -- but the tide is beginning to turn.

Nuevo medicamento contra el Cáncer demuestra buenos resultados.

Cientos de médicos (oncólogos) en América Latina, Estados Unidos y Europa están
probando en sus pacientes este nuevo medicamento contra el cáncer que ha demostrado
excelentes resultados en pacientes con tumores de varios tipos y estadios.
Los médicos han anunciado que el descubrimiento de este nuevo medicamento presenta
numerosas ventajas: Aumenta las defensas del organismo, alivia los dolores, reduce los
efectos colaterales de la quimioterapia y radioterapia.
Aseguran, además, que es capaz de reducir los tumores y hasta eliminarlos por completo.
También es muy útil para los casos en que sea necesario realizar una cirugía para extraer
un tumor puesto que, tomado con anterioridad a la intervención quirúrgica permite que
éste sea extraído fácilmente (ya estarán reducidos en su tamaño y encapsulados), y lo
que es más importante, evita la aparición de posteriores recidivas.
Es un producto natural extraído de hierbas vegetales (fitoterapia), no provoca efectos
secundarios, no es tóxico inclusive en grandes dosis y es compatible con cualquier otro
tratamiento que el paciente está realizando, incluyendo quimioterapia y radioterapia; en
estos casos minimiza los efectos provocados por estos tratamientos.
Ha demostrado tener importantes efectos antitumorales, actúa como regenerativo e
inmunoestimulante. Como antitumoral actúa directamente sobre los tumores y las
metástasis, eliminando selectivamente las células cancerígenas, cortando el ciclo de
Krebs, provocando estrés y necrosis a estas células por falta de oxigenación.
Es importante destacar que desde las primeras etapas del tratamiento el enfermo
experimenta una notable mejoría en la calidad de vida permitiendo, en la mayoría de
los casos, que la persona retorne a su vida normal.
Estimula el sistema inmunológico aumentando el número de linfocitos T hasta llevarlos
a niveles normales. También ha demostrado importantes resultados en personas con
várices, psoriasis, queloides y enfermedades de la piel en general, en su versión GEL,
usándose vía transdérmica.




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The Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics has
released a report entitled "America's Children: Key National Indicators
of Well-Being". The report is a compilation of statistics collected
from 20 federal agencies on 25 "key indicators" of children's health and
well-being.

Some of the key indicators include:

*Infant mortality dropped to 6.9 deaths for every 1,000 births in 2000,
a drop from the 1999 rate of 7.0.

*The percentage of teens who reported smoking on a daily basis reached
a record low, with 5% of eighth graders, 10% of 10th graders and 17% of
12th graders reporting smoking in 2002.

*The percentage of children ages 6 to 18 who were overweight increased
to 15% in 1999-2000 from 6% in the late 1970s.

Source: Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics



JUNE 24 2003



Congratulations UCS activists! Once again, your activism has made a
difference!
Following months of input by UCS members, McDonald's announced on
Thursday that it will require all direct suppliers of meat products
to end the use of antibiotics for growth promotion. McDonald's will
also give a purchasing preference to other meat suppliers who do not
use antibiotics for growth promotion. This policy will be applied
globally, and McDonald's will enforce this policy through an internal
accountability system.

UCS applauds McDonald's for being the first fast-food chain to
seriously address the growing threat to human health posed by
antibiotic resistance. But it is only a first step. While giving
McDonald's full credit for what it has done, UCS is urging
McDonald's to extend its policy to also cover uses of antibiotics to
prevent diseases brought on by overcrowded factory farm conditions.

Thank you for applying the pressure that led McDonald's to this
outcome. It played a critical role.

Now UCS will turn its attention to the policies of other fast-
food industry leaders, urging them to meet and exceed the example set
by McDonald's. We know we can count on you for the sustained
commitment that will be necessary as we move forward.


related reading:

cfep.org -Enviromental Assesment

nfidp.org sustainable development

bhia.org - herbal health

Vegetarian diet may reduce heart disease, cancer

Friday, June 29, 2001
By Patricia Reaney, Reuters


LONDON — Vegetarians may have a lower risk of heart disease and bowel cancer than meat and fish eaters because of an acid found in fruit and vegetables, Scottish scientists said.
Like people taking low-dose aspirin to prevent heart attacks, vegetarians have lots of salicylic acid, aspirin's main anti-inflammatory component, in their blood.

Dr. John Paterson, a chemical pathologist at the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary in Scotland believes salicylic acid could protect vegetarians from heart disease and cancer just as it protects people taking aspirin.

"Studies have shown that if you eat fruits and vegetables you have a lower risk of heart disease, strokes, and cancer. Part of the reason to explain that lower risk could be salicylic acid," Paterson said in a telephone interview.

There may be other compounds that also help, he added, but none of them have been proven to have this impact.

Paterson and his team developed a method to measure the levels of salicylic acid in blood. They compared levels in 37 vegetarian Buddhist monks, 39 meat and fish eaters, and 14 diabetes patients taking low-dose aspirin. Their research is published in the Journal of Clinical Pathology. The researchers discovered that vegetarians had levels of salicylic acid 12 times higher than the meat and fish eaters, but lower than the diabetics taking 75 mg of aspirin a day.

"These findings may explain in part the health-promoting effects of dietary fruits and vegetables," the researchers said in the journal.

Paterson said fruits and vegetables did not have the anticlotting properties of aspirin, but the salicylic acid reduced inflammation. They believe it is beneficial because heart disease is caused by a narrowing and hardening of the arteries, which is a chronic inflammatory disease process. Even low levels of dietary salicylic acid may interfere with enzymes that increase inflammation, which could also explain why a diet high in fruits and vegetables may protect against bowel cancer. Many fruits and vegetables contain salicylic acid, but the scientists said herbs and spices have the greatest concentrations.


Copyright 2001, Reuters
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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Mer 30 Jan - 8:18



4 de enero de 2012

Lenardo es vegetariano :

http://www.google.fr/search?hl=fr&rls=GFRG,GFRG:2007-10,GFRG:fr&sa=X&oi=spell&resnum=0&ct=result&cd=1&q=Leonardo+DiCaprio+vegetarian&spell=1

huevos:

http://www.sabercurioso.com/2007/05/20/codigo-huevos/

defensa de los animales :

http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.ListAllCustom&friendID=190885328&swapped=true

veganismo (fotos chocantes) :

http://soldadxdegaia.blogspot.com/2008/11/razones-para-no-usar-pieles.html

ANTHONY KIEDIS VEGETARIAN :


http://www.google.fr/search?hl=fr&rls=GFRG%2CGFRG%3A2007-10%2CGFRG%3Afr&q=ANTHONY+KIEDIS+VEGETARIAN&meta=

Sharon stone vegetarian :

http://www.google.fr/search?hl=fr&rls=GFRG%2CGFRG%3A2007-10%2CGFRG%3Afr&q=Sharon+Stone+vegetarian&meta=

Hayden Pannetiere vegetarian :

http://www.celebridiot.com/2007/11/11/hayden-works-up-a-sweat-and-goes-vegan/

http://www.quarrygirl.com/tag/hayden-panettiere/

http://www.livingwithoutmeat.com/hayden-panettiere-animal-and-leather-lover/

http://theinformedvegan.blogspot.com/2008/11/hayden-panettiere-not-much-of-hero-for.html

Sitio de un vegano :

http://respuestasveganas.blogspot.com/2006/09/pregunta-qu-calzado-utilizis-los.html

vegetarian stars :

http://www.ecorazzi.com/2008/05/26/who-will-be-voted-the-2008-sexiest-vegetarian/


http://animaux-et-loisirs-creatifs.over-blog.fr/categorie-10663050.html

http://www.veganpiggy.com/2010/06/sublime-simplicity-vegan-pain-au.html


http://vegetarianismo.net/nutricion/piramide.htm


http://www.conscienciaviva.com.ar/

http://ala-liberacionanimal.org
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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Mer 17 Juil - 13:19

ANIMAUX : Appels à l'Action
15 de Julio de 2012 a la(s) 10:34

Que ce soit la satisfaction d’acheter un produit non testé sur les animaux ou les bienfaits d'un régime végétalien pour la santé, agir concrètement pour les droits en faveur des animaux présente de nombreux avantages. Ceux qui en profitent par dessus tout sont les animaux, des êtres totalement dépendants de notre compassion et de notre engagement à les défendre. Nous n'avons pas besoin d’exploiter les animaux. Pourtant, nous les torturons dans les laboratoires, les abattoirs, les cirques et les élevages pour la fourrure. Les animaux n'organiseront jamais une quelconque rébellion et ils n’exigeront jamais l’amélioration du traitement que leur infligent les humains. Leur sort dépend de tout celles et ceux qui sont témoins de leur souffrance et qui parleront en leur nom. Nous agissons en faveur des animaux parce que nous savons qu'ils souffrent. Chaque seconde où nous n’avons pas agi, un chien abandonné est euthanasié et une poule est pendue par une patte avant d’être abattu. Il est temps de faire preuve de compassion en commençant par commander un menu végétalien pour votre prochain repas, emmener vos enfants voir un spectacle sans animaux et s'habiller de façon élégante sans porter de fourrure.

Rejoignez le Réseau de militants de PETA : Rejoignez un mouvement qui contribue au quotidien à faire évoluer les mentalités et à épargner des vies. En tant que membre du Réseau de militants de PETA, vous serez informé des manifestations et des événements prévus dans votre région. Rejoindre notre réseau de militants est un moyen facile de vous impliquer davantage et de créer votre propre réseau avec des personnes qui partagent les mêmes préoccupations que vous et qui sont décidées à agir pour les animaux.

Appels à l'Action : Non aux corridas et aux cruels lâchers de taureaux. Il faut passez à l'action. C'est très urgent. Ecrivez à votre député membre au Parlement Européen pour lui demander de signer la proposition de loi numéro 0002/2007 en faveur de l’abolition des corridas et des subventions accordées aux éleveurs de taureaux dits de combat.
Ecrivez au ministère de l'Agriculture pour protester contre cinq années supplémentaires de cruauté du foie gras.
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Animal Rights: The Abolitionist Approach
…and Abolition Means Veganism!
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The Friendly Face of Torture, Death, and Animal Exploitation
Dear Colleagues:

If you question whether animal welfare reform is in the interests of industry, look no further than the October 21, 2010 article in the New York Times about controlled-atmosphere stunning of poultry, which, as I discussed in an essay here in 2008, is promoted by PETA and PETA award-winning slaughterhouse designer, Temple Grandin.

From the New York Times article:

“When you grab a chicken, turn it upside down and put it on the line, it’s stress, stress, stress,” said Scott Sechler, the owner of Bell & Evans. “Our system is designed so that we put them to sleep without stress and we kill them without stress.”
Anglia Autoflow, the company that is building the knock-out systems for the two processors, calls the process “controlled atmosphere stunning,” but Mr. Pitman [owner of Mary's Chickens] said his company was considering the phrase “sedation stunning” for use on its packages. Also on the short-list: “humanely slaughtered,” “humanely processed” or “humanely handled.”

The trick, he said, is to communicate the goal of the new system, which is to ensure that the birds “not have any extra pain or discomfort in the last few minutes of their lives.”
Mr. Sechler said the system was designed to put birds to sleep gently, in the same way that a person undergoes anesthesia before surgery.

To evoke that image, he wants to put the words “slow induction anesthesia” on his packages and advertising, which already tell customers that the birds are raised in roomy conditions with natural light and given feed free of antibiotics or animal byproducts. Customers who want to know more will be able to go to the company’s Web site.

Mr. Sechler said the system he chose, after years of research, was better than similar gas-stunning systems used in Europe. Those systems, he says, often deprive birds of oxygen too quickly, which may cause them to suffer. They are also designed to kill the birds rather than simply knock them out, something that Mr. Sechler is not comfortable with.

“I don’t want the public to say we gas our chickens,” he said.
And, of course, better treatment means better meat:

Mr. Sechler and others promoting the new system said that they expected the meat to be of higher quality because the birds faced less stress and also there would be less bruising and broken wings when they died.
PETA, which promotes the gassing of chickens, also maintains that gassing is in the economic interests of producers. In its Analysis of Controlled-Atmosphere Killing vs. Electric Immobilization from an Economic Standpoint, PETA argues for the gassing of poultry, claiming that the electric stunning method of slaughter “lowers product quality and yield” because birds suffer broken bones and the process results in contamination dangerous to human health. The electric stunning method also “increases labor costs” in various ways. PETA argues that gassing “increases product quality and yield” because broken bones, bruising, and hemorrhaging are supposedly eliminated, contamination is reduced, “shelf-life of meat” is increased, and “‘more tender breast meat’” is produced. PETA also claims that gassing “lowers labor costs” by reducing the need for certain inspections, reducing accidents, and lowering employee turnover. Gassing provides “other economic benefits” to the poultry industry by allowing producers to save money on energy costs, and by reducing by-product waste and the need to use water.

This sort of campaign is doing nothing but making the public feel better about animal exploitation. Indeed, the large animal welfare groups have become active partners in animal exploitation by helping industry to put a little smiling happy face on death, torture, and exploitation while, at the same time, helping industry to make animal exploitation more economically efficient and profitable. If you are questioning whether “happy” meat is, and is intended to, make the public feel better about animal exploitation, you are not paying attention.

This “happy” exploitation nonsense represents a very big step backward. People are never going to go vegan if they believe that they can exploit morally. And that is exactly the message that the “happy” exploitation movement is trying to convey: we can continue to exploit animals and treat ourselves to animal products as long as animals are treated “humanely.” As Peter Singer has stated:

[T]o avoid inflicting suffering on animals—not to mention the environmental costs of intensive animal production—we need to cut down drastically on the animal products we consume. But does that mean a vegan world? That’s one solution, but not necessarily the only one. If it is the infliction of suffering that we are concerned about, rather than killing, then I can also imagine a world in which people mostly eat plant foods, but occasionally treat themselves to the luxury of free range eggs, or possibly even meat from animals who live good lives under conditions natural for their species, and are then humanely killed on the farm. (The Vegan, Autumn 2006.)
The “happy” exploitation movement represents the promise of “compassionate” exploitation so that we may indulge in the “luxury” of animal exploitation.

That’s a “luxury” that animals cannot afford.

There is no such thing as “humane” exploitation and even if there were, it would still involve the unjustifiable killing of sentient nonhumans. Singer and his “happy” exploitation movement are not bothered by killing because they do not believe that animals have an interest in continuing to live, as I have discussed in other essays, including these: 1, 2, as well as in my new book, The Animal Rights Debate: Abolition or Regulation?, in which I debate the “happy” exploitation movement with Professor Robert Garner.

If you are opposed to animal exploitation; if you regard animals as members of the moral community; if you reject the notions that nonhumans are just things that exist as resources for humans, you have one choice: go vegan. It is easy, better for your health and the planet, and, most important, it is the right and just thing to do. It’s what we owe other animals. If you are not vegan, then you are participating directly in animal exploitation. You don’t get off the moral hook by eating gassed chicken.

If you are vegan, then educate others about veganism in creative, non-violent ways.

The World is Vegan! If you want it.

Gary L. Francione
©2010 Gary L. Francione

Added October 26, 2010:

PETA put a press release praising Bell and Evans. PETA quotes Bell and Evans:

“We are pleased to once again lead the way for the rest of the chicken industry,” says Scott Sechler, Bell & Evans’ chair and president. “Animal welfare is a key component of our business; we put our money where our mouth is because it’s the right thing to do.”
It should be noted that Mr. Sechler conveniently ignores that gassing poultry is economically beneficial for his business, as this PETA analysis shows.

And PETA states:

“By pledging to adopt a slaughter system that greatly reduces the suffering of chickens, Bell & Evans shows that animal welfare and good business go hand in hand,” says PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman.
It’s all rather breathtaking. But then, PETA and Bell and Evans are partners in exploitation and it’s just business for both of them.

The only way that gassing chickens is good for Mr. Sechler’s business if he sells more dead chickens or he reduces his production costs or both. And it is clear that gassing chickens reduces production costs and an indulgence from PETA, Mr. Sechler can expect to sell more dead birds. And PETA proclaims a “victory” for the animals and then collects the donations that the public pays in gratitude for PETA making everyone feel better about eating chicken.

Bell and Evans wins. PETA wins. Only the animals lose.

And what about the principle that animal rights means veganism? Well, Ingrid Newkirk summed it all up: “Screw the principle.”

Go vegan. Unlike eating gassed chicken, it’s the right thing to do.

Gary L. Francione
©2010 Gary L. Francione
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MessageSujet: Re: Veganism / veganismo / véganisme   Lun 5 Aoû - 8:47

Hola . Por favor firmar la peticiones y mandarselas a todos sus contacts . Ponerlas por favor facebook, twitter, mensajes privados, skype, blogs, foros, websitios, emails, myspace , por todo sitio . No tenemos que quedarnos sin hacer nada ante la crueldad animal . Tenemos que ser activos como por ejemplo firmando peticiones porque sin hacer nada no habran cambios positivos , la situacion se quedara asi con matanza de animales injustas en el mundo entero . Tenemos que luchar pa los derechos de los que no tienen voz porque si no lo hacemos nadie mas lo hara . Somos los unicos que pueden ayudarles . No los abandonemos, nos necesitan . Por favor copiar pegar siempre las frases siguientes : Hola, por favor cada persona que reciba esto mandarselo a todos sus contactos y copiar y pegar estas frases para que ellos también las manden a todos sus contactos . Gracias .

http://www.change.org/es-LA/peticiones/justicia-para-el-asesinato-a-golpes-de-la-yegua-embarazada

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=501186789953904&set=a.177027272369859.43465.

http://www.stopvivisection.eu/es/content/sign-online

165523300186923&type=1&theater

https://www.change.org/petitions/marcos-alberto-covarrubias-villase%C3%B1or-justicia-para-dingo-agresor-ram%C3%B3n-santiago-pineda-villalobos?utm_campaign=autopublish&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=share_petition


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TODOS !!! ESTO ES MUY IMPORTANTE !!!! CHINA !!!DIFUNDAN Y FIRMEN LAS PETICIONES POR FAVOR !!!! HAY QUE APOYARNOS !!!!!

Por Favor firmen las peticiones y compartan esta pagina!!!!! MIREN ESOS OJITOS DE TERROR POR DIOS BASTA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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http://www.change.org/petitions/des-millions-d-animaux-de-compagnie-sont-torturés-et-mangés-chaque-année-en-corée-du-sud


http://www.causes.com/causes/621445/updates/792550

http://www.causes.com/actions/1756001-investigate-shooting-of-max-demand-resignation-and-retrain-officers?ctm=home

http://www.change.org/petitions/ayuntamiento-de-salamanca-creaci%C3%B3n-de-zonas-de-esparcimiento-para-perros-en-cada-barrio?utm_campaign=friend_inviter_chat&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=share_petition&utm_term=permissions_dialog_true

http://www.change.org/petitions/estado-de-jalisco-queremos-la-prohibición-de-circos-con-animales

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