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The Meaty Truth

Why Our Food Is Destroying Our Health and Environment?and Who Is Responsible

Foreword by Neal Barnard
Published by Skyhorse
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

The Meaty Truth is an eye-opening look at the massive problems caused by the American population’s food supply. Water, meat, and milk and other dairy products are filled with toxins, antibiotics, untested growth hormones, ammonia, and animal pus and manure. The current conditions of the food production industry must drastically improve, and until they do, it is absolutely vital to monitor what you eat. Castle and Goodman take a hard-hitting look at what America is putting into its food, the negative effects this has on the world, and the best ways to make healthy, informed decisions about eating.

As the antibiotic age ends, the rise of pandemic diseases is approaching. Approximately half of the illnesses that claim American lives today are related to what we eat, and our health care system is focused on treating the sick, not preventing illnesses from occurring. To fix our health problems, to continue feeding the world’s ever-growing population, and to save our planet from ecological destruction, we can no longer avoid making changes to how American meat and dairy products are produced. This guide is easy to read, applicable to anyone’s lifestyle, and impossible to put down.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Skyhorse (August 15, 2017)
  • Length: 240 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781510719668

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Raves and Reviews

“The Meaty Truth is very inspiring and I highly recommend. The book covers the impact of animal foods on everything from climate change to affecting our health and well-being of life on our planet. . . . This is such a huge problem that we are not recognizing at the moment. The Meaty Truth is filled with very good science and gives the message on how to contribute to a more peaceful, just, healthier, and sustainable planet.” —Deepak Chopra

“A must-read for everyone who eats in America.” —Morgan Spurlock, Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker of Super Size Me

“Castle and Goodman offer hope and simple advice for how we can change our diets to reclaim our beautiful land, sea, and selves.” —Dr. Hope Ferdowsian, director of research policy, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

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