Entries by Sue Cross from 10/2012

Cow's Milk is the Cruellest Drink: A Case for the Vegan Option Continued

| Posted 10.04.2012 | UK Lifestyle

Humans are the only species that drinks milk from another animal or that drink milk throughout adulthood. Supermarkets are abundant with milk products - like cheese, yoghurts, cream. Yet the health benefits are questionable: saturated fats; hormones; overly rich in protein; and implicated as a cause of testicular, breast and prostate cancer and heart disease.

Supermarket Labels: Trick or Treat? A Case for the Vegan Option Continued

| Posted 10.18.2012 | UK Lifestyle

Supermarkets. The smell of baking bread; bright, welcoming lights; aisles piled high with jars, tins and attractive packages. Labels suggesting quality entice and reassure. But there is duplicity at hand.

School Farm Visits: Traditional Farms or Factory Farms? A Case for the Vegan Option Continued

| Posted 10.31.2012 | UK Lifestyle

The unpalatable truth is that the overwhelming majority of the animals used for food are reared intensively, that is, on an industrial scale, on farms that are of an entirely different type than those that belong to farmers who welcome school children.