“A hundred years ago, meat was more of a treat than a staple. Sunday dinner was special because it was usually the only meal of the week where meat was served. These days, however, we’ve come to believe that a meal isn’t complete unless it includes meat.
This is problematic. Thanks to the saturated fat that is synonymous with animal protein, the large quantities of meat we eat directly correlate with the skyrocketing rates of heart disease and various cancers we’re facing in this country.”
– Nelson Searcy, Steve Reynolds & Jennifer Dykes Henson
The above quote is from p. 88 of The Healthy Renegade Pastor: Abandoning Average in Your Health and Wellness.
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