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Unformatted text preview: 16CO, p. 1 Vegetarian Diets Required reading, Unit 16 in Nutrition Now. Suggested reading, Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition. Am J Clin Nutr. Sept. 2003. Vol 78, No. 3(S) Peter Singer, Princeton Philosopher http://video.aol.com/video-detail/dr-p http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3b Eating our Friends by Roger Scruton Conservative British philosopher, writer, editor, and businessman http://catholiceducation.org/articles/environment/en0011.htm Quote from Roger Scruton A great number of animals owe their lives to our intention to eat them. And their lives are (or can easily be made to be) comfortable and satisfying in the way that few lives led in the wild could possibly be. Quote from Roger Scruton And if the life of an animal bred for food were simply one long torment, the only relief from which is the final slaughter, we should certainly conclude the practice to be immoral Quote from Roger Scruton If meat eating should ever become confined to those who do not care about animal suffering then compassionate farming would cease. Duty requires us, therefore, to eat our friends. What does vegetarian mean? Reasons for vegetarianism Animal products not available or affordable Concern for welfare of animals Conserve world food supply Concern for the environment Religious reasons Buddhism, Hinduism, Seventh-Day Adventists Health concerns Populations of vegetarians living in affluent countries appear to enjoy unusually good health, characterized by low rates of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and total mortality. Willett, 1999 Are Vegetarians Healthier than Omnivors? Key et al., Mortality in vegetarians and nonvegetarians: detailed findings from a collaborative analysis of 5 prospective studies. Am J Clin Nutr 1999;70(suppl):516S-524S Five prospective studies Adventist Mortality (California, 60s) Health Food Shoppers (U.K., 70s)Health Food Shoppers (U....
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