The first president of the Federal Republic of Germany, Theodor Heuss (1884 - 1963), said: "Hunting is just a cowardly description of a particularly cowardly murder of an event that has no chance. Hunting is a side form of human mental illness." Is hunting really some form of human mental illness and so psychopathology? Is … Continue reading Hunting as psychopathology?
Wild pig NEW DATA FROM ITALY Scientific data from Italy show that the increase in the population of feral pigs and thus the increase in damage to agriculture and traffic accidents is a direct result of hunting pressure on this species. Andrea Mazzatenta from the University of Teram in his report proves that the increase … Continue reading WILD PIGS REPRODUCE FASTER BY HUNTING
The production of leather products has a similar concept as the dairy industry, namely that it is a by-product of the meat industry. It is often assumed that leather is only a by-product of meat and that buying and wearing leather does not contribute to this industry. This is actually a misconception, as leather contributes … Continue reading Leather – the problem of today’s world
The same is true in society. ‘Pathogenic organisms’ will always find a way to get to the top of politics, economics or science, and it is society’s immune system that decides whether an infection will spread dangerously or we will deal quickly with these ‘parasites’. We are witnessing the fact that a similar cleansing process … Continue reading Dangerous bacteria linger in the meat!
Its task is to thicken the cream or liquid. It dissolves at high temperatures and thickens again when cooled. When you realize what exactly it comes from, it simply takes you to create.Its task is to thicken the cream or liquid. It dissolves at high temperatures and thickens again when cooled. When you realize what … Continue reading The truth about gelatin
and Drug Administration), in 2011 conducted an analysis of raw meat samples from U.S. supermarkets. The main purpose of the study was to control the antimicrobial resistance of Salmonella, Campylobacter, Enterococcus faecalis and E. Coli in raw, unprocessed meat at retail. The results were published by the Agency on 5 February 2013. The Environmental Working … Continue reading Super bacteria
Slaughterhouses are death factories. We all know they exist. Those who buy their products support them to continue their work. Slaughterhouses are not to blame for killing animals, livestock farmers are not to blame, for them it is just a matter of survival. It is the fault of the consumers to whom this business is … Continue reading Can a consumer society become responsible for animals, their own health and the environment?
Pork (or its cells) is very similar to human. Not only in composition, but also in taste (if we can believe the cannibals). Therefore, both humans and pigs have similar diseases, we are affected by the same drugs and we host the same parasites. Seven (pork) truths about pork: Pork contains histamine, which causes problems … Continue reading Why shouldn’t we eat pork?