12-09-2013, 01:00 AM
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Aubie, makes perfect sense. If a person needs it that's fine and perfectly understandable. And I understand that the meat industry definitely needs an overhaul (another topic for a different thread) but you can't even come close to replacing the nutrients that are found in eggs. When people say that the egg is a superfood, it really is a superfood. And the body more readily absorbs, digests, and processes natural foods a lot easier and more healthily than it does processed "fake" foods. Animal meat is the best source of iron for a person. And Vitamin B12 (naturally) can only be found in meat. Iron, while found in both plants and animal meat, is most easily absorbed from animal meat. Plant based diets block the absorption of a lot of essential vitamins and minerals. My concerns, besides the mentioned items above, is that they are going to start serving this in restaurants and not tell us unless we ask. Kind of similar to the whole "pink slime" in meats a few years ago.
To me it's like this. If it ain't broke don't fix it. There is nothing wrong with natural foods so quit trying to fix it.