A Pig's Tale

With so many sporting activities that exist today, which is the ultimate sporting activity and why? Not forgetting health, which is also a closely related issue that should be amongst our top priorities.
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A Pig's Tale

Postby Tayyaba » 20 Nov 2006, 23:17

A Pig's Tale
Millions of dollars are spent each year to understand which foods are healthy and which are not. Did you know that this information was documented millennia ago?
Some quotes from the article below. It basically talks about food guidelines in the Bible, which as we know are the same as what is in the Quran..

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"A pig's digestive system-unlike a cow's-is not designed to filter toxins from its system. These toxins work their way through the pig and are deposited in the animal's flesh-especially in its fat deposits. The pig itself is actually able to sustain very high levels of toxins in its system. As such, it can eat just about anything. So much so that it has actually been reported that in an effort to keep feed costs down, pig farmers will purchase garbage, such as rotting meat and vegetables from restaurants, to feed their pigs-and the pigs can be sustained on it. However, there is nothing in the pig's digestive system, or the processing of the meat, that removes these toxins."

"Inside the animal is a myriad of worms and parasites. For instance, a pig can sustain 19 different kinds of worms inside its body. Some have very minor effects in humans, but others have much more long-lasting effects."

"We have focused on the most popular of unclean meats, but there are many reasons why certain birds, seafood and other creatures are also unhealthy. One example is that of clams and oysters. Typically, these shellfish are eaten raw. It has been found that 50 to 70% of all clams and oysters are contaminated with salmonella. Not only that, but such bottom-feeding creatures are typically saturated with heavy metals, such as mercury."

Read the rest of the article here.

http://www.realtruth.org/articles/263-apt.html
Tayyaba Salim Kassam

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