Pdf N 45 Varet. Treize raisons de lâcher le steak barbare. Au cours de sa vie, un Français consomme en moyenne 7 bovins, 33 cochons, 9 chèvres et moutons, 1 300 volailles et 60 lapins, selon le service de la statistique et de la prospective du ministère de l’Agriculture.
Soit un peu plus de 1 400 animaux d’élevage auxquels il faut ajouter 1 tonne d’animaux marins. Une frénésie de viandards qui a accéléré l’industrialisation de la production de steaks, jambons et autres magrets. Un seul exemple : en France, 95% des porcs sont élevés dans des systèmes intensifs. Chaque année, 25 millions de porcs charcutiers sont abattus. Et 70% des 50 milliards de poulets tués dans le monde tous les ans sont élevés dans une stratégie industrielle.
De plus en plus de voix s’élèvent pour dénoncer l’insoutenabilité d’une telle politique alimentaire, à l’image d’un rapport publié fin février par la Fondation Heinrich-Böll et les Amis de la Terre. «Notre alimentation n’est plus une affaire privée, dit ainsi Christian Berdot, des Amis de la Terre. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Is This The End Of Diet Soda? Huge Study Links Aspartame To Major Problems, Sales Drop. As concerns about health epidemics plague the nation, demand and sales of diet soda have plunged as consumers try to make better choices.
As we reported a few months ago, aspartame–the main sweetener for diet soda–is one of the most dangerous ingredients used in our food supply, causing seizures and a host of other health issues. In a new study done over ten years and sampling 60,000 women, it was shown that women who drink two or more diet drinks a day have much higher cardiovascular disease rates and are more likely to die from the disease. 30 percent more likely to have a heart problems… In the largest study done of it’s kind, The University of Iowa concluded: “…[C]ompared to women who never or only rarely consume diet drinks, those who consume two or more a day are 30 percent more likely to have a cardiovascular event [heart attack or stroke] and 50 percent more likely to die from related disease.
Soda sales slipping… According to Time Magazine: Credits: www.eatlocalgrown.com. Better Than Big Pharma: 5 Herbs You Can't Do Without : Waking Times. Jill Richardson, AlterNetWaking Times Sometimes herbs can deliver up healing powers that pharmaceutical companies can only dream about.
Can’t sleep? Try lemon balm. Suffer from anxiety? Lemon balm. Find it surprising that one plant can do so much? In my own case, after trying every pharmaceutical around, I’ve found two fixes for my migraines. My other migraine fix is peppermint essential oil. Each of us is unique, with different health problems and needs, and sometimes the best herb for you depends on where you live and what grows nearby. These 3 Illegal Drugs Should be Immediately Legalized and Used as Medicine. There have been many victims in the War on Drugs, from families being torn apart to victimless criminals rotting in a cage for possessing marijuana.
But one victim of the war on drugs that is seldom mentioned is alternative medicine. There has been plenty of research lately showing the near miracle medicinal properties of cannabis, from curing cancer to treating diabetes, but little has been said of these three “psychedelic drugs” which are illegal, however hold some amazing medical properties. 1. Ayahuasca (Pictured above) According to Wikipedia, Ayahuasca, also commonly called yagé is a psychedelic brew made out of Banisteriopsis caapi vine alone or in combination with various plants.
In a post on The Atlantic, Roland Griffiths, a professor in the departments of psychiatry and neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University—and one of the first to resume work on these drugs— published a study five years ago that demonstrated how effective they are at improving how a person feels. 2. Conclusion. Embroidery Patterns NeedleCrafter.com. American Botanical Council. Improve Your Whiskey Knowledge With This Helpful Guide (9 pics) Category: Pics | Today, 00:02 | Views: 1998 | +10 | There are many different types of whiskey out there and today you're going to learn all about them and what makes each one unique.
So what exactly is whiskey? In the most basic definition, it’s a distilled alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain mash. Generally, the mash is aged in wooden casks which gives whiskey that distinct brown color and taste. Some of the more popular brands include, Jack Daniel’s, Maker’s Mark, Bulliet, Johnnie Walker, Macallan and Glenmorangie. What makes whiskey classified as bourbon?
Tennessee whiskey is not just a bourbon with a different name. While scotch is still technically whiskey, it’s made quite differently. Canadian whisky (spelled without the ‘e’) is interchangable with the term ‘rye whisky’ in Canada. Most Scottish whiskey is distilled twice, which is where Irish whiskey separates itself. According to Wikipedia, ‘moonshine whiskey’ is just slang for a quickly distilled un-aged corn mash.