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    Animal Products Growing up most children were taught that food comes in four groups: meats, dairy, fruits and vegetables, and grains. To not obtain food from each group every day could result in an unhealthy person. One would assume that it was formed upon firm, scientifically-based principles. But this is not the case. It was based upon the economics and politics of dairy and meat production of the time ( Hur 95). The "Basic Four" was created by the United States Department of Agriculture

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    Is the Testing of Products on Animals Humane?

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    The ethics of animal testing has been debated about since the late 1800s. Human beings feel that they are superior to animals because of the animals’ incapability of reasoning or eloquently expressing themselves like humans can. Animal testing dates as far back as ancient Greek and Roman colonies when people would dissect animals for pure curiosity and the acquirement of knowledge. Vivisections, the act of operating on live animals, occurred later on. Realdo Colombo was infamous for performing vivisection

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    Many of the products that you use everyday are tested to ensure the products safety. However, what you might not know is that they are tested on animals causing a lot of pain and even death. It is very inhumane and should be put to an end because the animals are put through cruel tests, not all animals react the same to the treatments causing some products not to be safe, and there are better testing methods. First of all, the animals in product testing are put through very cruel tests. According

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    Animal rights have been a controversial issue for decades and remain controversial today. Product testing on animals is considered wrong by many and is against animal rights, products can be made without testing on animals. Animals in zoos are looked after greatly and treated with respect, keeping them in zoos in not against animal rights. Many activists for animal rights have pets because some consider having pets as not against animal rights, the families that have pets give them homes and treat

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    In American society today, animal consumption has become a primary source of food in everyday, family life. It is common to have meat on the table two to three meals a day, but the problem with this is the demand for meat and dairy products has increased greatly, creating a need for faster production. Factory farms, also known as confined animal feeding operations (CAFOS,) have been the solution created by the food industry to meet the demands of consumers. This research exposes the consequences

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    1. Introduction Thesis Statement: If animal testing were prohibited, then in what way would the effectiveness of a product be verified? A quote by Amanullah Ashraf states that, 'in order to gain something, we have to lose something '. According to this, I will be discussing animal testing. Audience: everybody who thinks animal testing should be prohibited. Purpose: convincing people that animal testing is the best way to test products and its not “cruel” and “inhuman” as people say. 2. Body paragraphs

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    Today, millions of animals are captured in cold laboratories feared to be tested on once again across the country. Imagine living a life with constant pain, ache and loneliness, and to dream about roaming free. I believe animals should not be tested on for products because all living things should be treated humanely, there are other ways to test products, and millions of animals are put to their death because of the labs. All living things should be loved and put into a safe environment, which

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    Factory Farming Essay

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    of factory farming. People can make a difference by simply avoiding factory farmed products, reducing their animal product intake, or by going either pescetarian, vegetarian, or vegan. Those concerned with the polluting effects of factory farming can also make a difference by encouraging others to eat less animal products, raising awareness towards animal and worker conditions in factory farms, supporting farm animal sanctuaries, and signing petitions to end factory farming. It is important for people

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    Veganism

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    What is Veganism? Veganism is a diet where a person does not eat or use any animal-produced product. Veganism is described as an extreme form of vegetarianism. It is known that vegans were once called Pythagoras, first being mentioned by Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras. The term vegan originated from Donald Watson, the founder of the Vegan Society. The rise of Veganism is often contributed to the media and religion; however, it can also be contributed to the overwhelming positive environmental

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    pulses, legumes, nuts, seeds, vegetables, fruits, fungi, algae, yeast and/or some other non-animal-based foods (e.g. salt) with, or without, dairy products, honey and/or eggs. A vegetarian does not eat foods that consist of or have been produced with the aid of products consisting of or created from, any part of the body of a living or dead animal. This includes meat, poultry, fish, shellfish*, insects, by-products of slaughter** or any food made with processing aids created from these."

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