According to author Jonathan Safran Footer, who presents on both sides of the issue states his own view points in his article about when he was growing up his Grandmother survived World War II off of rotting potatoes, few piece of meat, skins and the bites that clung to bones and pits. The author (Safran Foote page1) also talks about a time he remember when they were at a hotel buffets eating breakfast that his Grandmother made, while the rest was hoarding food. It was then his grandmother taught him that tea bad makes man cups of tea as you’re serving and every part of the apple is edible. However, the author grandmother always stay vigilant guard, like a prisoner watching over her kitchen.. The sustenance she got from food makes war idea to eat. Another thing the author talks about, was when he where they were a kids, they thought their grandmother was the best chef who ever lived whose probably have more than one recipe (chicken with Carrots), and involved more than two ingredients. Also, the author grandmother would also talk about the two types of meat on the chicken and explain why. She told them dark meat is more healthful then light food, or that the bulk of the nutrient are found in the peel or crust. She also taught that animals are bigger than you are very good for and animals that are smaller than you are good for you, fish (which aren’t animals) are fine for you. According to the author ( Safran Footer, page 3) states, his grandmother history with meat was remarkably similar to his and the things she believes in and think about food was the same way he felt. Nevertheless, the web article (vegetarianism, page 1)… talks about, in recent years, vegetarianism-the avoidance of food containing meat or other animal products, has make noticeable inroads into mainstream culture. However, it wasn’t until the 19 century such believes were common only in Far Eastern nations such as India and China, where Hinduism and Buddhism are the dominate religion, respectively. A according to Hindu beliefs, for example, slaughtering and eating animals violates the ideal of ahimsa, or nonviolence, and certain animals particularly cow are viewed as sacred. In 1960 vegetarianism gained more support in the U.S. , when followers of a youth movement sometimes call the “hipple” movement-drawn to Hinduism and Buddhism. As a result, meat was no longer considered a luxury. Most American could afford to make it the basis of their diets, a trend that continued through the following decades. Beef consumption more than doubled in the 1950 and 1970. Meanwhile, the number of people who consider themselves vegetarian has risen only slightly over the past half century. According to Gallup poll that was don September 1999. On the other hand, both article talks about religious stand point in vegetarianism diets. The author (Safran Footer, page 2) where he talks about, its terror, dignity, gratitude, vengeance, joy humiliation, religion, history and, of course, love. Nevertheless, the web version on religious, talks about the Early Christians, in the book of Genesis, the first book of the Bible, states that man has “dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the birds of the air, and over the cattle.” According to the 13th century Christian thinker Thomas Aquinas, “By divine providence, (animal) are intended for man’s use in the naturel order.” This included, “it is not wrong for man to make use of them, either by killing or in any other way whatever.” However, in England during the 19 century, animals should not be killed for food gained a small following. Vegetarian Society spread to the U.S. around 1850 when a corresponding society was founded.
Both article, talks about the health issue of a vegetarianism diet. In the article article (“The Food Issue Against Meat”) by Jonathan Safran Footer, he gives us facts. He states according to an analysis of U.S.D.A data by advocacy group Farm Forward, factory farms no produce more that 99 percent of animals eaten in this country. Also according to ( Safran Footer, page5) reports by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the U.N. and other factory farmin has made animal agriculture the number 1 contributor to global warming, cause of all of the most serious environmental problems, bore global and local; air and water pollution, deforestation, loss of biodiversity…. Eating a factory farmer animal which is to say virtually every piece of meat should in supermarkets and prepared in restaurants is almost certainly the single worst thing that human do to the environment.
On the other hand, the web article gives you factual on the health costing. There has been a number of studies conclude that vegetarians have a lower risk of dying from heart disease the nation’s leading cause of death that do meat eaters. In 1999 study by the Chicago Center for Clinical Research, doctors found that eating leaner than average meat can reduce people risk of heart disease. Farmers and meat packagers have been producing leaner meat as the dangers of fat consumption have become better know, industry official say. Also, in the same article, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that pollution resulting from agriculture, including livestock production, is one of the leading cause of water contamination in the U.S. This contamination has killed fish and mad drinking water supplies unsafe, the EPAS says. Livestock also produce large quantities of methane gas, which some scientists believe contributes to global warming by trapping carbon dioxide in the earth’s atmosphere. Finally, both side the debates see hope in the increasingly high profile vegetarianism has enjoyed in health and medical studies. Both articles say more doctors are recommending meatless diets to their lives, particularly those at risk for heart disease or cancer. This trend, they believe will demonstrate to ever larger number of Americans that meat eaten is detrimental to animals and people alike.
Inclosing, there has been some evidence shows that more eating a after examine both works from a historical, religious and health benefits standpoint of a meat free diet and encourage vegetarian as a life style.