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                                   Gerry M. Kaye     .

TRANSLATE
John 1: 1
In The Beginning Was The Word,
and The Word was With GOD, and The Word Was GOD.
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Genesis 1:29; John 15:10
And GOD Said, Behold, I have Given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the Earth,
and every tree which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.
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....even as I have Kept My FATHER's Commandments, and Abide in His Love..
NEWS For Healthier Folks.

Online Cook Book Selections from THE CHURCH KITCHEN: Vegetarian cuisine in easy to follow Recipes:.
U. S. A. Southwestern Cuisine
Easter / Passover
Thanksgiving / Christmas
Butter Pecan Cookies
"Love That Soup"
Mushroom, Barley, Bean
"Hungarian Sweet and Sour Cabbage Rolls"
A GRINGO'S FAST ANDEASY RECIPE FOR CHEESE ENCHILADAS

....Take Good Care Of Your   Prepare A Special, Heart Healthy
Quick & Easy, Veggie Ham & Sweets "Mothers' Day Dinner"
"VEGGIE CHARCOAL BAR-B-QUE COOK-OUT"
HOT DOGS, BURGERS & KABOBS.
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In light of spreading fatal bird and animal diseases, are not only consumed meat & poultry products, but consumed egg products also at risk for contamination?
One could opt out of using eggs in the above recipes.
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Features:
Health News Alerts
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" DIET FOR LIFE"  with"You And Your Diet".
with: "The Basics". "About The Atkin's Diet". "Eating For One"
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"VEGETARIANISM, A CHOICE OF THE HEART"
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"PREVENTING OSTEOPOROSIS"; Drugs and Heredity Factors; Nutrition and Supplements
Research Report:
"OSTEOPOROSIS DRUGS "BISPHOSPHONATES" CAUSING  CONCERNS" Regarding Fosamax, Actonel, Boniva;
with"POSSIBLE ALTERNATIVES" & "New Research In The Works"
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featuring "THE LORD'S PRAYER","Prayer of  Saint Francis"
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"GOD IN THE NEW WORLD ORDER" By Gerry M. Kaye -Chapter 7 - "Believe In The Beginning"
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"GOOD EATING": "The Bible, Diet, and the Proper Love of Animals" By Dr. Stephen H. Webb
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Dozens of New Drugs Are In The Pipeline
"International Christian Vegetarian Association"
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"If the human race successfully survives in a hundred years from now,..."
Aug. 12, 2008  - Prayer Across America - "The Vision"
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THEARTARCADE: From The "Visions Of The Eternal.Collection",
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& Report: "New Life For the Ancient Garden of Iraq"
CRADLE OF CIVILIZATION,.Identified by Biblical Scholars as the Site of the Garden of Eden
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John 16:33...Be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.
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ATER ORKS
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"Truth About E. Coli Bacterium -Present In Spinach, Meat, Etc"
Cooking all foods thoroughly is important
Featuring:
U S A Southwestern Cuisine.
                                                                                               "Right down yonder, Podner."

"A STRONG APPETITE FOR THE TRUTH"
Gerry M. Kaye

I love corn and potatoes and morning star peas,
and majestic tomatoes, and lettuce if you please.
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And new beets are terrific they get my applause,
And cabbage specifically sliced into slaws.
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Citrus, apples, bananas, cherries,
figs, honey dew melon,
peaches, plums, grapes and berries,
with these I live well on.

Deuteronomy 8:8. 10
A land of wheat, and barley, and vines,
and fig trees, and pomegranates; a land of oil olive, and honey.
When you have eaten and are full, then you shall bless The LORD
your GOD for the good land which He has Given you.

And the wheat and the barley that we had home grown
for the breads and the broths, were precisely sown.
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Revelation 3:20
Behold, I Stand at the door, and Knock:
if any man hear My Voice, and open the door, I will Come in to him,
and will Sup with him, and he with Me.

So to GOD we give thanks as we sit down to eat
from the things from the garden for these are our meat.
 

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3/14/12 - Red meat: What makes it unhealthy?
Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health released study results showing that red meat consumption was associated with a higher risk of early death.

NEWAlzheimer's Vaccine in a Nasal Spray
TAU researchers develop a vaccine that staves off stroke as well.

Obama's budget cuts bacteria testing in produce
 (AP) — President Barack Obama's proposed budget would eliminate the nation's only program that regularly tests fruits and vegetables for deadly pathogens, leaving public health officials without a crucial tool used to investigate deadly foodborne illness outbreaks.

FDA Issues Processed Food Recall
March 5-10  - A wide range of processed foods including soups, snack foods, dips, and dressings is being recalled after salmonella was discovered in a flavor-enhancing ingredient, hydrolyzed vegetable protein (HVP), used in thousands of food products, though it was unclear how many of them will be recalled.

Vegetarian Diet Is Key to Long Life
December 4, 2009  - Reducing consumption of a protein found in fish and meat could slow the aging process and increase life expectancy, according to the research.
Scientists have long believed that an ultra low calorie diet - aproximately 60 per cent of normal levels - can lead to greater longevity.

7/04/09  E.coli O157:H7 Bacteria  Expands Beef Recall
A Colorado meat company is expanding a recall of beef due to possible contamination by E.coli O157:H7 bacteria after an investigation
found 18 illnesses may be linked to the meat, the company and the U.S. Agriculture Department said on Sunday.Federal study:

Lots of red meat increases mortality risk
3/23/09 - CHICAGO – The largest study of its kind finds that older Americans who eat large amounts of red meat and processed meats face a greater risk of death from heart disease and cancer..

ASPCA - Help us get 1,000,000 signatures to fight animal cruelty.
Reach out to 5 of your friends and ask them to join you and the thousands of others who have signed the pledge.

02/12/09 - US Lawmakers Hear from Salmonella Victims, Peanut Plant Managers

8/10/08 - Another Million  Pounds of Beef Recalled After last Months 5.3 Million
A million pounds of beef - some of it sold in New York at  is being recalled because it may be contaminated with E. coli bacteria. The recall comes a month after Nebraska Beef recalled another 5.3 million pounds of meat.

8/7/08 -  Aug 7, 2008 – An Escherichia coli O157:H7 outbreak at a Boy Scout camp in Virginia has been linked to ground beef from a California company, prompting the firm to recall 153,630 pounds of beef, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) reported today.

2/17/08 - USDA Recalls 143 Million Pounds of Frozen Beef
LOS ANGELES - The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Sunday ordered the recall of 143 million pounds of frozen beef from a California slaughterhouse, the subject of an animal-abuse investigation, that provided meat to school lunch programs.

12/01/07 - Cancer: Killing Animals Is Killing Us
"No chemical carcinogen is nearly so important in causing human cancer as animal protein." - Dr. T. Colin Campbell, foremost epidemiological researcher.

11/26/07 - Recall of Approx. 96,000 pounds of Ground Beef
KSFT.com - GREEN BAY, Wis.- The U.S. Agriculture Department says American Foods Group is voluntarily recalling nearly 96,000 pounds of ground beef products after two people were sickened, possibly with E. coli.

11/15/07 - 98,000 Pound Sausage Roll Listeria Recall
USDA - Double B Foods Inc. is recalling about 98,000 pounds of frozen sausage roll products because of concerns about potential listeria contamination. The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture announced the company's voluntary recall Thursday. The frozen sausage rolls were produced on various dates between Oct. 25 and Nov. 6.

U.S. agriculture giant Cargill recalls over 1 million pounds of ground beef
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Agricultural giant Cargill Inc. said on Saturday it is recalling over 1 million pounds of ground beef distributed in the United States because of possible E. Coli contamination.

11/1/07  Red meat and obesity linked to increased common cancers risk
London,  (ANI): People who are obese, and eat red and processed meat are at an increased risk of developing a range of common cancers including breast, bowel and pancreatic cancer, a landmark report has revealed. The World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) report, based on studies dating back to the 1960s, says that there is "convincing" evidence that red meat and processed meats such as ham, bacon, salami and sausages increase the risk of colorectal cancer. Excess body fat increases the risk of cancer of the colon, kidney, pancreas, esophagus and uterus as well as postmenopausal breast cancer, the report says.

9/26/ 07 -National Beef-Recall Issued Due To E.Coli Bacteria
(Washington, DC)  -  A national recall has been issued for more than 300,000 pounds of frozen ground beef for possible E.coli contamination. New Jersey-based Topps Meat Company  issued the voluntary recall after several people became ill in the Northeast part of the country. The U.S. Department of Agriculture released a statement saying a product sample of the frozen beef tested positive for the dangerous bacteria. The recall effects food service institutions in New York City and retailers across the U.S.  Items of concern are labeled "Est. 9748" inside the USDA mark of inspection and have a sell by date of June 22nd, July 12th or July 23rd 2008. E.coli causes diarrhea and dehydration and children, seniors and others with compromised immune systems are the most at risk.

9/18/ 07 -Dole recalls salad mix in E. coli scare
AP - A package of Dole salad mix that tested positive for E. coli has triggered a recall in at least nine states, prompting new produce fears almost exactly a year after a nationwide spinach scare. The tainted bag of Dole's Hearts Delight salad mix was sold at a store in Canada, officials said. Neither Canadian health officials nor Dole Food Co. have received reports of anyone getting sick from the product. The voluntary recall, issued Monday, affects all packages of Hearts Delight sold in the United States and Canada with a "best if used by" date of September 19, 2007, and a production code of "A24924A" or "A24924B," the company said.

7/22/ 07 - Meat Recall Expanded
A meat processor, Castleberry's Food Co. of Augusta, GA., yesterday, expanded its recall of canned meat products that may be connected to a botulism outbreak,
recalling more than 80 types of canned chili, beef stew, corned beef hash and other meat products; in addition to the 10 brands it had recalled Thursday.

6/10/07 - Beef Recall Expands to 5.7 Million Pounds on E. Coli
 A California meat supplier once again expanded a beef recall Saturday to include a total of 5.7 million pounds of both fresh and frozen products because they may be contaminated with E. coli, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced. United Food Group, LLC, already had announced two recalls, on June 3 and June 6. But a recent positive test for E. coli in a patient in Arizona pushed the company to expand the recall. The tainted meat has sickened 14 people across the country - six in Arizona, three in California, two in Colorado, and one each in Idaho, Utah and Wyoming. All have recovered.

6/07/07 - Animals Raised for Food Generate More Greenhouse Gases Than All Cars and Trucks Combined
"Livestock’s Long Long Shadow"; University of Chicago; PETA - The effect that our meat addiction is having on the climate is truly staggering. In fact, in its recent report "Livestock’s Long Shadow -Environmental Issues and Options," the United Nations determined that raising animals for food generates more greenhouse gases than all the cars and trucks in the world combined. Researchers at the U. of Chicago have determined that switching to a vegan diet is more effective in countering global warming than switching from a standard American car to a Toyota Prius.

6/07/07 - Concern About the Risks of Importing Chinese-made Food
N. Y. Times - With pressure growing from regulators in the United States, Europe and other parts of the world, and international food companies expressing concern about the risks of importing Chinese-made food and feed ingredients, Beijing is pushing for a more forceful response to the crisis.

11/24/06 - "Warnings of Mercury In Fish Insufficient"
Oceana, a Washington, D.C.-based activist group, issued a report this week that concludes fewer than 20 % of the nation's grocery stores are posting in-store warnings about mercury. Mercury is a toxic metal that can cause nerve damage in humans & is particularly dangerous to children, developing fetuses and women of childbearing age. Methylmercury, a form commonly found in fish, is the type most likely to cause health problems. Jackie Savitz, director of Oceana's Campaign to Stop Seafood Contamination, said that while some of the nation's largest grocers are posting FDA recommendations in stores, "many consumers, especially in the Eastern U.S., still are not getting the message." "We hope that soon the remaining companies will recognize how easily they can protect their customers health," she said. The U.S. FDA and the Environmental Protection Agency have focused on ocean fish, recommending that children and women of childbearing age avoid four species: shark, king mackerel, swordfish and tilefish, & limit their consumption of tuna to 6 ounces per week.

11/21/06  "Salmonella Poisoning From Poultry Meat A Hazard"
AP; U. S. Dept of Agriculture; "Emerging Infectious Diseases" journal of the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention/Dec. - Salmonella bacteria sickens at least 40K people & kills about 600 every year in the U.S. Salmonella, commonly found in poultry, is found in many other products, from pork & beef to raw fruits & vegs., & dairy products. A particular strain, Salmonella enteritidis, found in chicken eggs is turning up more often in broiler chicken meat, according to research by the Agric. Dept. Positive tests for it increased fourfold from 2000 through 2005. It causes fever, stomach cramps & diarrhea, & infection can turn deadly by spreading beyond the intestine to the bloodstream. In recent yrs., the salmonella enteritidis strain has been found inside intact, disinfected, grade A eggs. This type of germ contaminates eggs inside a hen's ovaries, before shells are even formed. Cooking poultry to 165 degrees will kill the germ. The govt. also strongly recommends that people use food thermometers & follow basic kitchen rules: washing hands/counters often; keeping raw poultry & meat separate from cooked food; rinse/cook food thoroughly; refrigerate or freeze food immediately.

11/15/06  Study: "Red Meat Increases Risk for Breast Cancer"
Harvard U; Archives of Internal Medicine- A Harvard Medical School epidemiological study assessed the diets of more than 90K pre-menopausal women in their 20s, 30s & 40s over 12 years. Research leader Eunyoung Cho said that this is the first study to find an association between breast cancer and the amount of beef, pork, lamb or processed meat women consume. Researchers found that women who consumed more than 1 serving of red meat per day almost doubled their risk of developing some type of breast cancer. The findings come after years of advertising promoting the health benefits of red meat and telling Australian women, in particular, to eat more iron-rich lamb and beef. "Pre-menopausal women who ate more than 1.5 servings of red meat per day experience almost double the risk of hormone receptor positive breast cancer, compared to those who ate less than three servings of red meat per week," Eunyoung Cho said.  "Great Tasting Meatless Veggie Entrees" Burgers, deli, etc.
9/27/06  "Truth About E. Coli Bacterium -Also Present In Meat, Etc" 
Live Science.com - E. Coli, ( Escherichia coli,) is a bacterium with hundreds of strains, most  relatively harmless in healthy individuals.  E. coli is ubiquitous in the innards of cows & humans and is spread from cow to cow &  from human to human through feces, which is why hand-washing is so important. Cows are cramped into pens, ankle-deep in the manure of hundreds to thousands of cows, where E. coli tends to spread.  Bacteria can splash up on udders & get into milk; or get into intestines and contaminate meat during the slaughtering process; or pass through the cow in manure and ultimately end up on crops directly as fertilizer or indirectly by leaching into the water supply. Most E. coli outbreaks in the United States are caused by a particular virulent and deadly strain called O157:H7.  If you eat beef, you are at risk because most beef is loaded with harmful bacteria, often the bad E. coli, and needs to be cooked.  Vegetarians aren't spared, as evidenced by the spinach E. coli outbreak.  Organic consumers aren't spared; organic spinach can have E. coli.  And raw food advocates are most certainly at risk, because cooking is the best way to kill the bacteria. Full Report:Live Science.com

8/26/06  "Canada's 7th & 8th Mad Cow Cases Halt U.S. Imports"
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - Canada's 7th mad cow case since 2003 most likely contracted Mad Cow, the brain wasting disease from contaminated feed, said the Can. Food  Insp. Agency; which announced in June that it aimed to eliminate mad cow disease: bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or  BSE, within the next 10 yrs., by banning specific cattle tissues capable of transmitting mad cow disease from all livestock feed & pet food. The 50 month old cow was born yrs. after 1997, when Canada instituted a ban on protein from cattle & other ruminants, such as sheep & goats, in cattle feed. The announcement of the 7th case drew attention from the U.S. govt., which participated in the ensuing investigation, then halted a proposal to allow imports of older Canadian cattle, citing the need to know how the cow was exposed to infected material. On Wednesday, the Canadian food safety agency confirmed an eighth mad cow case in a mature beef cow in Alberta.
Featured: "Great Tasting Meatless Veggie Entrees" Burgers, deli, etc.

8/16/06 Study -"Nitrites In Hot Dogs Linked To Cancer-Possibly Genetic Mutations"
LiveScience.com;  Journal of Agric. & Food Chemistry; U. of Nebraska Medical Center-Omaha - In a new study chemists find hot dogs may contain DNA-mutating compounds that might boost one's risk for cancer. Scientists note there is an up to 240-fold variation in levels of these chemicals across different brands. Researcher Sidney Mirvish, chemist at the U. of Nebraska Med. Cntr. & colleagues examined hot dogs because past research had linked them with colon cancer. Hot dogs are preserved with sodium nitrite, which can help form chemicals known as N-nitroso compounds, most of which cause cancer in lab animals. Extracts from hot dogs bought from the supermarket, when mixed with nitrites, resulted in what appeared to be DNA-mutating compounds. When added to Salmonella bacteria, hot dog extracts treated with nitrites doubled to quadrupled their normal DNA mutation levels. Triggering DNA mutations in the gut might boost the risk for colon cancer, the researchers explained. The possible hazard presented here is not just limited to hot dogs. Salted dried fish and seasonings such as soy sauce may contain similar levels of these chemicals, Mirvish said. Future research is underway. Featured: Try tasty nitrite-free veggie hot dogs
 

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7/11/06  "High Levels of  Mercury Found In Seafood Endangers Health"
WASHINGTON; Defenders of Wildlife; AP- The fed. govt. advises pregnant women, nursing mothers & young children to avoid fish with high levels of mercury in shark, swordfish, king mackerel or tilefish. Many imports of canned tuna have mercury levels higher than the fed. limit, according to analysis by  Defenders of Wildlife-environ. group. They found the highest levels of mercury in tuna from Ecuador and Mexico, known for setting nets where they see dolphins to catch large tuna swimming below. Elevated mercury levels have been linked to learning disabilities & developmental delays in children & to heart, nervous system & kidney damage in adults. Mercury poisoning is accumulative in continued consumption. Traces of mercury are found in nearly all fish and shellfish. Released through industrial pollution, mercury falls & accumulates in streams & oceans as methylmercury that builds up in fish & shellfish as they feed, in some types more than others.

6/27/06  Research- "Pancreatic Cancer Linked To High Red Meat Consumption"
Karolinska Inst. in Stockholm; International Journal of Cancer- 6/1/06; Reuters Health - Swedish researchers report that a diet high in red meat appears to raise the risk of developing pancreatic cancer, one of the most deadly cancers, seldom detected at an early, curable stage. Surgical removal offers the only chance for a cure, but only a small percentage of patients are candidates for this therapy. In many cases, removal is not possible when surgery reveals that the cancer has actually spread outside the pancreas. "Findings from our study," lead investigator Dr. Susanna C. Larsson said, "suggest that high consumption of red meat is associated with an increased risk of pancreatic cancer."
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6/19/06  Research- "Arteries Stay Clearer/ Cholesterol Lower, EatingVeggies"
 Journal of Nutrition, Jul/Aug.-06; Reuters- Researchers found that lab mice given a diet full of broccoli, carrots, green beans, corn & peas developed far less artery narrowing than those reared on a veggie-free diet. For humans, the findings offer more support for the advice health experts and mothers have long given: eat your vegetables. Dr. Michael R. Adams of Wake Forest U. School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, NC. said, "The new research, adds to what's known about the health benefits of vegetables by showing that they may thwart the progression of atherosclerosis, a hardening and narrowing of arteries that can lead to heart disease & stroke...The animals also had somewhat lower cholesterol & much lower levels of a protein involved in inflammation, which may help explain the clearer arteries." Featured: "Great Tasting Meatless Veggie Entrees" Burgers, deli, etc.

6/16/06  "Market Chain Bans "Inhumane" Sale of Live Lobsters/Crabs"
AUSTIN, Texas -The natural-foods grocery chain "Whole Foods Market Inc." has decided to stop selling live lobsters  & crabs on the grounds that it's inhumane. The Austin based grocer spent seven months studying the sale of live lobsters from ship to supermarket aisle, trying to determine whether the creatures suffer along the way. Ultimately, Whole Foods management decided to immediately stop selling live lobsters  & soft-shell crabs, saying they could not ensure the creatures are treated with respect  & compassion. "We place as much emphasis on the importance of humane treatment & quality of life for all animals as we do on the expectations for quality and flavor," John Mackey, Whole Foods' co-founder  & chief executive, said in a statement.

5/27/06  "Beef Contaminated with Pieces of Metal Recalled"
 Agric. Dept. Food Safety - Inspection Serv. - An Okla. company has recalled 4.3M lbs. of frozen meat products produced by Advance Food Co. of Enid, Ok., after the company received consumer complaints that they contain pieces of metal. It was sold to institutional buyers nationwide and to one unidentified Midwest retail customer with stores in Iowa, Kansas and Missouri, the dept. said. The meat, mostly varieties of cubed beef sold in 10 & 12 pound cases, have various dates between 11/28/05-4/30/06. Each pkg. displays a number "ET 2260Y" or "ET 2260G" inside the USDA seal of inspection. No indication how the metal got into the meat was given. Questioners can call the USDA @ (877) 550-4848.

5/9/06  "Caged Chicken Egg Farm Atrocities Caught On Film"
AP;  N.Y. - Last summer, Adam Durand, animal-rights activist, a graphic designer & director of an animal-rights group called Compassionate Consumers, produced a short documentary titled "Wegmans Cruelty" that was screened at a Rochester movie house. The film contained footage of hen corpses lying in cages with live hens, a few that had fallen into deep manure pits or others with their heads apparently caught in wire cages. About 95 % of the nation's eggs are produced at caged chicken egg farms, (cage-free eggs can be purchased, instead) & Durand's group wanted to alert the public to a practice it considers cruel, neglectful and unsanitary/unsafe for consumers. The poultry industry says the system cuts production costs & limits the animals' exposure to diseases. Durand was charged for burglary  & trespassing, & acquitted last week, & convicted of the lesser charge of criminal trespassing, a misdemeanor.

5/8/06  "PETA Shows "Nightmare Footage of  Middle East Animal Slaughter"
DUBAI; People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals - PETA released footage filmed by its undercover activists in Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Oman & Qatar, showing cattle & sheep kicked in the face & stabbed in the eye before being slaughtered in a manner described by the Org. as non-compliant with Muslim halal practices. "Australian sheep & cattle shipped to the Middle East suffer atrocities beyond your worst nightmares," read the caption to one of the videos, said to have been filmed in Cairo's Basateen slaughterhouse. It shows men in a messy and bloody abattoir chasing cows, slashing their leg tendons with knives &  hitting them over the head with metal poles until they fall to the ground. PETA held a press conference in Dubai to deliver its findings and announce plans for demonstrations in Kuwait next week. It is also planning trips to Egypt &  Qatar & wants concerned citizens in the region to rally behind its call to stop the import of livestock from Australia, a lucrative trade worth hundreds of millions of dollars that has seen its share of controversy & even diplomatic rows over the years. Nadia Montasser, a PETA activist in Egypt, said "Humans at least can speak out to express their pain,"  adding that she became vegetarian two months ago. "Featured: Prepare a Heart healthy, vegetarian "Mothers' Day Dinner"

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4/17/06   "British Columbia, Canada Confirms New Mad-cow Case"
  British Columbia, Canada -In the fifth infected animal  found since the national surveillance program was put in place in 2003, the Canadian govt. has confirmed a new case of mad-cow disease in a 6 yr. old dairy cow on a Fraser Valley farm in British Columbia.  Mad-cow disease is also known as bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), a degenerative disease of the central nervous system of cattle. "This finding does not affect the safety of Canadian beef," the agency said Sunday in a written statement.  The program targets cattle most at risk, and since its inception has tested more than 100K animals. In humans, eating infected tissue from cows has been linked to a variant of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, a rare but fatal degenerative disease blamed for the deaths of 150 people in Britain, where there was an outbreak in the 1980s & 1990s. The U.S. imports Canadian beef & will  dispatch a USDA animal health expert to Canada to assess the problem. "Great Tasting Meatless Veggie Entrees"
3/22/06  "Forum- "Governments' Responsibility To Improve Safe Public Drinking Water"
World Development Movement- MEXICO CITY - Governments, not private companies, should take the lead in improving public access to safe drinking water, representatives of 148 countries said Wednesday at the end of a 7 day forum on improving global water supplies. The WDM org. has launched the report, Pipe Dreams, on the eve of the United Nations' World Water Day. The forum's declaration, adopted Wednesday, states that "governments have the primary role in promoting improved access to safe drinking water. U.N. Sec.-Gen. Kofi Annan said some 6K people, most of them children, die from water-related causes every day. .. the goal is to reduce by half the number of people without regular access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation by 2015. The forum focused on the developing world's growing reliance on bottled water bought from private companies. Worldwide, the industry is now worth about $100B per year. Anti-corporate forces & other critics say govts. should instead be improving tap water supplies.

3/13/06  "U. S. Cow Tests Positive for Mad Cow Disease"
 U. S. Agriculture Dept. - AP- A cow in Alabama has tested positive for Mad Cow Disease, the common name for Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, or BSE., the Agrig. Dept. confirming on Monday, the third U.S. case of the brain-wasting ailment. The cow did not enter the food supply for people or animals, officials said. Unable to walk, it was killed by a local veterinarian and buried on the farm. Authorities said the farm was under an informal quarantine but would not say where it was. "We will not release this information at this time until we complete our investigation, & that could take a few days," said Alabama agriculture commissioner Ron Sparks. The first U.S. case of BSE appeared in December 2003 and involved a Canadian-born cow in Washington state. The disease was found again last June in a cow that was born and raised in Texas.  Featured:.What is Mad Cow Disease?   / "Great Tasting Meatless Veggie Entrees" Burgers, deli, etc.

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3/09/06    "Predictions of  Deadly Bird Flu in U.S. Within Months"
WASHINGTON - A deadly strain of bird flu could appear in the U. S. in the next few months as wild birds migrate from infected nations, said Homeland Security Michael Chertoff, echoing a statement made earlier by the United Nations. Chertoff added that  "there will be a reasonable possibility of a domestic fowl outbreak" as migrating birds mix with ducks, chickens and other birds in the U.S. But he cautioned against panic, noting that the Agriculture Dept.  has dealt with other strains of bird flu for years."If we get a wild bird or even a domestic chicken that gets infected with avian flu, we're going to be able to deal with it, because we've got a lot of experience with that," Chertoff said, speaking to newspaper editors and publishers.

3/09/06  "Packaged Meats Spiked With Carbon Monoxide Called "Unsafe"
FoxNews - Last November,  Michigan based Kalsec, Inc. petitioned the Food & Drug Admin. to ban the use of carbon monoxide based processes in meat packaging, claiming that its use to package meats is unsafe and could lead to the consumption of spoiled meat that appears safe upon visual inspection. The industry’s motivation, according to the Washington Post, is to save “much of the $1 billion it says it loses annually from having to discount or discard meat that is reasonably fresh and perfectly safe, but no longer pretty.” Some politicians, and anti-meat activists have joined in the fray calling on the FDA to ban the use of the carbon monoxide-based packaging process.

11/02/05  "Vegetarianism Works a Lifetime of Wellness For Kids, Too"
KidsHealth.org -The serious benefits of Vegetarianism are becoming more prevalent and popular, & many parents wonder if kids can safely follow a veg. diet and still get all the nutrients necessary for growing up healthy and strong. Offering young children a lacto-vegetarian diet filled with a variety of fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy for strong bones, and whole grains helps them to learn healthy eating habits in a diet rich in fruits & veggies, high in fiber and low in fat: factors known to improve cardiovascular health by reducing blood cholesterol and maintaining healthy weight, that may last for a lifetime. Care, as for all kids, should be taken that they get an adequate amount of essential vitamins and minerals., i.e., vits. B-B12, D, C, E, calcium in low fat-dairy products; fresh vegs., legumes & fruits, proteins in fortified whole grain cereals, breads, wheat germ, oats & soy products, tofu, beans, brown rice, nuts; corn, calcium-fortified orange juice, dark green leafy vegs., broccoli, chickpeas, dried fruits; etc.  Features: "The Fountain of LifeFeatured:"Great Tasting Meatless Veggie Entrees"-Burgers,deli, etc.

11/1/05  "Pres. Bush Outlines Precautionary Plans Against Bird Flu Pandemic"
WASHINGTON - President Bush outlined a $7.1 billion strategy Tuesday to prepare for the danger of a pandemic influenza outbreak, saying he wanted to stockpile enough vaccine to protect 20 million Americans against the current strain of bird flu.

10/08/05 "P.E.T.A. Protests Cruelty of Slaughtering Animals For Food"
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is protesting the killing of animals for food as cruelly inhumane, in an attempt to appeal to the compassionately civilized, saying that, "Like people, they have feelings of pain and fear"; humans are not biologically carnivores; and "years from now, it will be regarded as grotesque, very unhealthy and unacceptable." Featured: "Experts Fear Avian Bird Flu Pandemic"

7/11/05   "Curcumin Fights Skin & Breast Cancer Cells"
Research team @ Dept. of Exper. Therapeutics -U. of Tex. M.D.; Aug. issue: Journal "Cancer" - Researchers report that curcumin, found in the spices turmeric & curry, interferes with melanoma cells by making melanoma skin cancer cells more likely to self-destruct in a process known as apoptosis. The team had also found Curcumin to help stop the spread of breast cancer tumor cells to the lungs of mice.

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7/7/05   "Lab Grown Beef -Minus-Cow Proposed"
 Maryland- Scientists have proposed 2 new techniques for growing meat in a lab by a process that could one day make beef cows obsolete. Currently, small amounts of edible fish can be created in the lab. But U. of Maryland doctoral student Jason Matheny says that this process could be adapted on an industrial scale: whole factories producing fish sticks without the fish or chicken nuggets without the real birds. "With a single cell, you could theoretically produce the world's annual meat supply," Matheny says. "And you could do it in a way that's better for the environment and human health. In the long run, this is a very feasible idea." Lab grown meats could be designed to be healthier too. "For one thing, you could control the nutrients," Matheny says. "For example, most meats are high in the fatty acid Omega 6, which can cause high cholesterol & other health problems. With in vitro meat, you could replace that with Omega 3, which is a healthy fat." Cultured meats would reduce the environmental burden that comes from raising livestock. Also, it wouldn't need to be treated with antibiotics and other drugs that are common in the industry.

2/23/05  "Findings: Vegetable High Protein Diets Best To Protect From Heart Disease"
Mayo Clin. Coll. of Medicine -Researchers monitored 29,017 postmenopausal healthy women's eating and lifestyle habits for 15 yrs., noting who died and of what cause. Findings were that women who most often ate veg. protein instead of carbs. & animal protein were 30% less likely to die of heart disease. While red meat & dairy increased heart risk, veg. sources of protein appeared to protect from heart disease. Study author Dr. Linda E. Kelemen recommended veg. proteins like tofu, nuts and peanut butter, etc., for high protein diets.

"Vietnam Appeals for Help in its Epidemic of Bird Flu"
HO CHI MINH CITY - The country hit worst by bird flu, Vietnam's Chief of Animal Health has appealed for technical and financial help to fight the virus now endemic in the region.

"Research-"Types" of  Carbs The Issue In Obesity"
Amer. Journal of Epidemiology- U. of MA. Med. School in Worcester's  Dr. Yunsheng Ma explained that "Total amount of carbohydrate is not related to body weight; carbs are not the enemy, ...it's the type of carbs that's important... findings suggesting that low-carb diets, recommending people cut back on all carbs, are missing the mark." Researchers report that overweight people do not appear to eat more carbs overall than people who weigh less. However, they tend to eat more refined carbs, like white bread & pasta, which cause a rapid spike in blood sugar. "In contrast, whole grains, fruits and vegs. have carbs that don't have such high glycemic index", Ma added.
3/16/04 "Increased Testing For U. S. Mad Cow Disease"
WASHINGTON - The U. S. Agriculture Dept. will increase the number of cattle tested for  Mad Cow Disease due to last December's findings of the infection in the nation.
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11/25/04  "Experts Fear Avian Bird Flu Pandemic"
 Fatal to humans, a global alert against the spread of H5N1 avian flu virus is underway: "This virus is certainly the most likely one which will cause the next pandemic," claims expert, Dr. Klaus Stohr.

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02/09/05  "Red Meat, Dairy, High Protein Diet Linked to Heart Risks"Amer. Jrnl. of Epidemiology- In a Mayo Clinic Coll. of Med. study, researchers found that among more than 29K post menopausal women, those reporting the highest intake of protein from red meat & dairy products had a roughly 40% higher risk of dying from heart disease over the next 15 yrs. compared with women with the lowest intake of these foods. They say the findings call into question the long-term safety of high protein diets such as  Atkins-style diets that shun carbohydrates which could spell trouble for the blood vessels and heart. The study found that women with the highest intakes of veg. protein sources, like beans, nuts, tofu, peanut butter had a 30 % lower risk of heart disease death. Special Feature:."DIET FOR LIFE/About The Atkin's Diet".

02/08/05  "Research Finds Veg-Fiber Diet Lowers Cholesterol Instead of Medicine"
St. Michael's Hosp. &  U. of Toronto- Can. researchers report that a diet "portfolio", rich in fiber and vegetables, high in soy protein, almonds, and cereal fiber, plant sterols, tree-based compounds used in chol. lowering margarines, salad dressing & other products, lowered cholesterol just as much as taking a statin drug. They tested their diet on 34 overweight men & women, comparing it with a low-fat diet & with a normal diet plus the generic statin drug, Lovastatin.

02/02/2005  "New Govt. List For Cancer-Causing Substances"
U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Serv. has released a new 'Definitive Guide' for environ., consumer & occupational health regulations. The new list of carcinogens, updated every 2 yrs., now includes 58 substances & 188 classed as "reasonably anticipated'' to cause cancer. Listed for the first time are X-rays and some viruses; also lead and lead compounds, toilet bowl deodorants, substances in textile dyes, paints and inks, chemicals formed by frying and grilling meat, Hepatitis B and C viruses that cause liver cancer; etc.

1/14/2005  "Researchers Warn: Pay Serious Attention To Hypertension"
New Orleans - Tulane U.  School of Pub. Health and Tropical Med. - Researchers predict 1/3 of the world's adult population: more than 1.5/6 billion people will suffer from high blood pressure, or hypertension, the most important preventable risk factor for heart disease and stroke, by 2025.  Research has shown that reducing weight, salt and alcohol consumption, eating more fruits and vegetables and increasing exercise can reduce hypertension. "Our study gives a serious warning to health policy makers in developing countries and world orgs. They have to pay serious attention to hypertension and related chronic diseases like cardiovascular disease," said Dr. Jiang He of Tulane U.

 1/12/2005 "U. S. A.  Stresses More Vegetables, Fruits, Grains In New Food Guidelines"
WASHINGTON - The new U. S. govt. guidelines, updated every 5 years, stress that most Americans are overweight and need to
eat more whole grains like whole wheat, oats or brown rice; and fresh fruits and vegetables each day. They recommend also,
getting at least 30 mins. of exercise each day, an hour for children.

12/30/04 "Bad Diet, Exercise-Lack Put Amer. Kids At Risk For Heart Disease"
HealthDayNews-About 1 M Amer. kids between ages 12 - 19 yrs. - about 4.2 %,  now have metabolic syndrome, -controllable risk factors for heart disease like abnormal blood lipids, high blood sugar, high blood pressure, and overweight or obesity. According to Dr. Robert Eckel, pres.-elect of the AHA and an endocrinologist at the U. of Co. Health Sciences Center, "The new statistics on metabolic syndrome in youth  represent a reminder of a future generation of heart disease patients, if measures are not taken..."

12/30/04 "Canada Discovers Suspected Case of Mad Cow Disease"
 Can. Food Insp.Agency- Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy-The test is still preliminary, and final results will be ready in 3 to 5 days, according to the Can. agency. The suspected animal had not entered the human or animal feed system. The U. S. imposed a ban after a previous case of MCD was discovered in Canada in May 2003.
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11/19/04 "USDA - New Mad Cow Disease Tests Underway"
 The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture says that a more sophisticated, final round of tests, to determine if a suspect animal that preliminarily tested positive for mad cow disease is infected, is underway as scientists are investigating a possible new case of mad cow disease in the U.S., with final results soon expected. The U.S.D.A. said the carcass of the suspect animal did not enter the food or feed supply. Two rapid screening tests had returned inconclusive.  Meat & Your Health

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