Take Heart!






























Christian Vegetarian Association
Blog
Discussions
Update Newsletters
T
ake Heart!

Take Heart Contents
| Animal Issues | Articles | Athletes | Bible | Children | Devotionals | Environment | Food | Health | Humor | OpinionPoetry | Quotations | Recipes |
Videos |

Christian Vegetarian Association Presents:
Take Heart!
10 Facts that Everyone Should Know

Read about the 10 top facts (and a short description of them) about the meat and dairy industries that should make everyone stop consuming these products: In a creepy, Big-Brotherish tactic straight out of a sci-fi movie, the federal government uses catchy slogans to get people to buy more meat and dairy; Americans eat more meat per person than any other people on earth, and we’re paying the price in doctor bills; animal food production is the world’s leading cause of climate change; there’s no sustainable way to raise animal foods to meet the world’s growing demand; a $5 Big Mac would cost $13 if the retail price included hidden expenses that meat producers offload onto society; American governments spend $38 billion each year to subsidize meat and dairy, but only 0.04% of that ($17 million) to subsidize fruits and vegetables; big businesses love farm subsidies but small farmers and rural Americans hate them; factory fishing ships are exploiting the world’s oceans so aggressively that scientists fear the extinction of all commercially fished species within several decades; fish farming isn’t the answer; and if they treated a dog or cat like that, they’d go to jail.

Please visit 10 Things I Wish All Americans Knew About The Meat & Dairy Industries


Your question and comments are welcome

Copyright 2008 © Christian Vegetarian Association. All rights reserved.

| Home Page | Bibliography | Books, T-shirts, Etc. | Community | Contact Us | CVA Board | CVA Videos | Essays and Coloring Book | Honoring God's Creation | How to Help | Links | Membership | Mission | Podcast | Take Heart | Vegetarianism's Benefits |

This site is hosted and maintained by
The Mary T. and Frank L. Hoffman Family Foundation.

Since