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Friday, January 2, 2009

Playing Death Games with Our Childrens Brains

Deciding for children is not a game to be played by those (the meat and dairy industries, our government and schools) with selfish money hungry desires.

Lets not forget the 143 million pounds of "beef" recalled for fears of Mad Cow. Most of that "beef" was eaten by unsuspecting children in schools before the recall was announced. CJD (the human variant of Mad Cow) takes years to incubate in young children's brains. Are you willing to play games of chance with children's lives?

Children deserve to know they can live an extra 10-15 years on a vegan diet. Hiding lifesaving information from children is criminal.

I heard those in control claim they know better than children and have decided for them with no regard for their health.

Schools have chosen to feed children meat and dairy so they can make money from the lunch program and the children. Their choice has nothing to do with good health. Their choice has everything to do with making money--our tax-payer money.

All meat and dairy products should be eliminated from the school lunch completely. No child should be exposed to the diseases which are commonly prevented, consistently improved, and sometimes cured by a vegan diet including but not limited too: Strokes, Heart disease, Osteoporosis, Kidney Stones, Colon cancer, Prostate cancer, Pancreatic cancer, Ovarian cancer, Cervical cancer, Stomach cancer, Endometrial cancer, Breast cancer, Hypoglycemia, Diabetes, Kidney disease, Peptic ulcers, Constipation, Hemorrhoids, Hiatal hernias, Diverticulosis, Obesity, Gallstones, Hypertension, Asthma, Salmonellosis, Trichinosis, Irritable colon syndrome, and CJD (human variant of Mad Cow).

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Anonymous said...

My husband came home from work and told me about a female co-worker who's doctor diagnosed her with mad cow. She died last week. It has not been on the news here in Phoenix, at least not to our knowledge. This is such a sad situation. It took months for them to figure out what was wrong with her. Her work suffered and whispers of senility were spread before she got too sick to work.
With such a tragic illness you would think something would have been announced in AZ.