MEATLESS MONDAY encourages people to eat other parts of the animal on the one day a week they don’t eat meat. The animal’s eggs and milk used in a variety of ways doesn’t do any more good for a person’s health than eating flesh every day.
It’s not a sacrifice, since most people don’t eat flesh at every meal anyway. Grilled cheese sandwich, macaroni and cheese, egg salad, eggs Benedict, pancakes, potato salad are all considered meatless, which makes one wonder why they even do it, except perhaps for the sake of the dairy and poultry industries, that were whining to the government about low sales.
Fish isn’t included in the meat category by most people, that’s why the Catholics allowed its consumption every Friday in place of other animal flesh. It’s still an animal. People think they’re sacrificing something by not eating certain types of flesh – well yeah, they’re sacrificing an animal for a gut that doesn’t need it, a gut that doesn’t really want it.
The government goes round and round gambling with people’s health by rotating the animal abusing industries’ turns to be prosperous. Now it’s dairy, eggs and fish. Nobody gets healthier as a result of this manipulation by governmental forces. Beef and bacon are still ‘in’ even though they’re ‘out’.
This site is about fat. You can google your own stuff and do your own research, however, people resist giving up fat more than any other category of food. The consumption of animals (any part of the animal) is addicting whereas plant foods are not.
Fat is addicting. And the people who sell you product know that. They’ll lie all around it, but they know what tempts you and what doesn’t. It’s not the cocoa, it’s the fat in the cocoa and the caffeine and a bunch of other stuff.
It’s not the dry piece of lean, they call it, animal tissue. It’s the fat marbled throughout then laden with fatty sauces or served with dips and spreads and flavored butters that bring people back for more.
Years ago when America went on a low-fat binge, manufacturers ended up reversing their position and putting the fat back in their products, claiming that weight-wise the added sugar that replaced the fat was as bad as the fat.
Manufacturers don’t care what effect their product has on your health, they used that as an excuse to sell more product by putting the fat back in. Sugar alone is not a fat replacement. In fact, what they did was keep the higher levels of sugar in play while adding back the fat. It’s not the sugar by itself. Just like it isn’t the lean flesh by itself, it’s the fat and always the fat.
So if humans are addicted to fat, that must mean we’re addicted to animals?
We can become just as addicted to plant fats. Think about the number of kernels of corn it takes to make one tablespoon of corn oil, or the number of olives to make the same? It doesn’t seem natural to squeeze an extraordinary number of corn kernels for a small amount of fat. But we do it. Think on that.
One day a week go without any form of animal (cause that’s where the fat lies), or start with one dish or one meal. Animal-Free. It doesn’t have to be Friday, it can be any day, any meal, any snack or beverage, but do it, commit to it.
Heroin is addictive, so why is it here on earth? For people to become addicted?
Resist temptation is what the addict must do to survive. Eventually the addictive drug will kill you, just as the addictive animal will do.
The tenacity of evil, remember that. The slaughter industries are not going to go quietly. You need to take charge of yourself instead of letting everybody else, complete strangers, be in charge of what you consume.
Live or die is where it leads. Don’t believe me? Ask any addict. Ask any heart recipient. Ask any liver recipient. Need a kidney transplant? Good luck. How about your brain? How’s it working for you? Need a new one? It’s easy enough to get a new one by eliminating the need for one.
Stop eating all parts of any animal or anyone who may in any way resemble one, in case you have animal-confusion regarding what lives, breathes, thinks, feels, walks or crawls.
A plant is a plant. Eat those if you are in the need, or in want of a brain transplant. The lower the fat content even from plants, the better. A little now and then, and a mini binge rarely but it’s on the menu should you want to indulge.
WELCOME TO ANIMAL-FREE FRIDAY OR ANY OTHER DAY OF THE WEEK
We tend to become addicted to that which is not good for us in the first place. We’re always trying to control the amounts of bad stuff we consume, in absence of controlling that which is healthy for us by consuming more of it more often.
Increase that which is good, decrease that which is bad, then eliminate that which is bad and a burden will lift from you. That everybody else does it isn’t going to make you live a longer, healthier, happier life. They won’t either, so don’t allow them to drag you down.
WHEN YOU CUT OUT THE ANIMAL YOU CUT DOWN THE FAT. It’s another WIN WIN.
Why Friday? Because that’s when you slack off everything. It’s the beginning of the week-end, you worked hard all week and you deserve to be non-compliant and undisciplined. You want a treat.
That’s why I target Friday. That’s your weakest day. Going out with friends? Eat before you leave or make sure they have an animal-free burger. If you got your vitamin foods during the day, then settle for french fries or tater tots with barbecue sauce. If your friends squawk, tell them you’re freeing an animal today – that animal is you and the one you didn’t eat.
You’re establishing a foothold into your lifelong diet plan and animal-free is going to be part of that plan. Or just tell them to shut up about the food you eat. Are you telling them what to eat? Back off. I’ll eat what I want. If they start to bully you; they’re not your friends. Stick your nose up in the air.
Nobody’s telling you not to drink. Just beware, when you don’t eat animals, you don’t need as much alcohol to get you where you want to be. Okay? So you save some money too. It’s your body – remember that – the next time your friends or family tell you what you can put into it. Let them do what they want with their bodies – it’s not your problem.
Get tough with yourself. Yourself will thank you.
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I’m doing an animal-free Friday and it’s going so well! I’m eating only plant foods and I’m feeling so good!
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Wow!!! Good going viralrazorpro. Keep it up…