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The increasing and widespread use of antibiotics on livestock could compromise global public health. Overusing antibiotics is leaving us more susceptible to resistant microbes that cannot be treated.

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Click here to learn and share some important facts that every consumer should know about how meat heavy diets affects human health.

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Studies show that people who eat more meals rich in vegetables and plant proteins like beans and lentils reduce their risk for heart disease and cancer — living longer, healthier lives than those with meat-heavy diets.

Meat is making us sick. Food-borne illnesses — spread by the way livestock is processed, manufactured and distributed — are creating a critical public health issue across the globe. Click here to share more facts with your friends…

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