What About Eggs?
A Food Hazard

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in Animal Flesh and By-products
These are some of the reasons why we are vegans



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No Dairy or Eggs


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What About Eggs?

[Ed. Note: Read more about the dangers to humans in eating eggs,  Superbugs: The Hard-Boiled Truth: Salmonella and Eggs. To learn about the cruelty involved in egg "production," watch Chicks Ground Up Alive and Eggs. And of course as stated at the end of this piece: "For everything you (n)ever wanted to know about the egg industry, visit United Poultry Concerns (UPC)."]

From Robert Cohen, NotMilk.com

I'm frightened of eggs, worse than frightened, they revolt me. That white round thing without any holes have you ever seen anything more revolting than an egg yolk breaking and spilling its yellow liquid? Blood is jolly, red. But egg yolk is yellow, revolting. I've never tasted it.
- Alfred Hitchcock

A dear friend recently asked me, "What about eggs?"

Many people become vegan out of compassion to animal suffering. More and more people become vegan due to people rights issues. Science has taught that by eating animal products, one shows little compassion to his or her own body.

It is the opinion of the Notmilkman that dairy products represent the tastiest foods on USDA's food pyramid.

It is also the opinion of the Notmilkman that dairy products represent the unhealthiest foods on USDA's food pyramid.

Second to dairy, what is the next tastiest food group? Eggs!

Second to dairy, what is the second unhealthiest food group? Eggs.

After eating eggs, the rotten egg smell (caused by the excess of two amino acids, cysteine and methionine), infuse into every cell of an egg-eater's body.

The center atoms of both cysteine and methionine is sulfur.

The consumption of egg proteins have been linked to heart disease by Dr. William Castelli, senior investigator of the largest clinical heart study in history, the Framingham Study.

Egg proteins have also been linked to osteoporosis. Ingestion of sulfur-containing amino acids causes an acid condition in the bloodstream which the body neutralizes by leeching calcium from bones. Learn more about Osteoporosis.

Egg proteins contain greater amounts of methionine than do plant proteins. The sulfur from eggs converts to sulfates and causes an acid condition in the blood that results in cellular destruction.

For everything you (n)ever wanted to know about the egg industry, visit United Poultry Concerns (UPC).



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