Posted June 24, 2011 by Rachelle Owen
Pop quiz! What contributes to the risk of heart disease and strokes, and is harmful to children and is bad for your health in so many other ways?
If you guessed cigarettes, you’re right.
If you guessed meat, you’re spot on.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently revealed gruesome labels that will be required on all cigarettes sold after September 2012, but anyone who really cares about their health should be reminded that meat is a health hazard to both you and animals, and that meat is much easier to give up!
That’s why peta2 has created its own brand-new labels to get the point across that while smoking is bad for you, so is meat. Print them out and stick them on the ribs, chicken, steak, and beef in your refrigerator to urge your family to ditch the TV dinners for tofu and toss the bacon for seitan.
Let us know how it goes!
Tags: Animals Used for Food
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