Most local farmers have to use the older and less humane methods, actually. Not to mention they aren't regulated as much and thus don't even have to tell how they do things. We have to kill things to eat, the debate of which method of killing is more humane is pretty silly, since it's all still killing.<quoted text>
I won't eat anything from Tyson. What they do to their chickens is beyond cruel. I only use local farmers that are more descent (or for OCB, descenter) to their animals. I loooove chicken, but won't buy Tyson.
I was talking about shit like Lean Cuisine. That's some of the worst "food" you can buy.
I agree, reudce cholesterol as much as you can, but take in what fats your body needs.
See a fat person, you know they're taking in way to much fat.
As for your final point, not really. Most fat people are that way because they don't get as much activity as their bodies need, a side effect of living in the modern age. What angers me though is that many ailments are being stereotype as "fat" or "not fat" illnesses, and fat people get most of the illnesses so us skinny people are often not diagnosed until it almost kills us as a result. The reality of the situation is much simpler than what doctors even want to face, some people are just fat. That's it, everything else is stereotype or urban myth.