S. Korea curbs U.S. beef sales after confirmation of mad cow disease – CNN.com

Maybe it’s a sign from above that we should all just stop eating beef.  For what it’s worth, eating beef is also associated with higher rates of several cancers including pancreatic and breast cancer, and many other of the reproductive cancers.  Eating hamburger also may involve eating pink slime.  So all in all, I’d say it’s been a bad year for beef, and perhaps it will go on to be a bad decade for beef.  Those of us hoping to take steps to improve our health can only hope.  From CNN.com:  S. Korea curbs U.S. beef sales after confirmation of mad cow disease.

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  1. I totally agree! After watching the documentary “Food Matters” I have switched my daily eating habits, and completely cut out meat and poultry. I have switched to veggies, fruits and grains. What is funny is I am the highest weight I have been ever, and lowest body fat I have been ever. What is even more crazy is I am the strongest I have ever been without eating beef. It is definitely a hard habit to break but well worth it in the long run. Luckily with mad cow disease floating around I don’t have to worry about it too much.
    Great Post, Thanks for sharing!


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