CAFO-GMO Factory Farms Processing Creates Synthetic Food ~ Moldy Dead-Particulate​! Not Bio-Available​

It is NOT necessary TO GIVE UP MEAT! Give CAFO MEAT – SWITCH TO ‘PASTURED’ (Non-GMO Meat, Dairy & Eggs!
However, after 50 years of age – Muscle Meat ~ over-kill ~ except for Heavy Labor & Professional Athletes!
Give up: (What is not Fit for Human Consumption ~
PROCESSED~REFINED GMO (OVER-MILLED) GRAINS & OVER-HEATED DAIRY & ROASTED (NUTS & Watered-Down (Plant Protein) Alternative Milk that Supports the CNS & Prefrontal​ Thinking Brain!


All of the CAFO-GMO Processes are Disease-causing for Humans & Incredibly unbelievable that this abuse has been allowed for Decades!

CAFO-GMO FACTORY Farm Animals Need Our Help
In polling, 94% of Americans agree that animals raised for food deserve to live free from abuse and cruelty. Yet the majority of the nearly 10 billion land-based animals, plus countless more aquatic animals, farmed for food each year in the U.S. live in unacceptable conditions that do not align with consumers’ stated values.
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Factory Farms
“Factory farm” is a term commonly used to describe an industrial facility that raises large numbers of farm animals such as pigs, chickens or cows in intensive confinement where their movements are extremely inhibited. Animals are kept in cages or crates​ or are crowded together in pens. These types of farms are sometimes referred to as concentrated or confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs).
View the major sources of animal suffering on factory farms
Learn More about Animals on Factory Farms:
Chickens | Pigs | Cattle | Turkeys | Aquatic Animals
Food Labels
Packages of meat, eggs & dairy often bear terms that appear to indicate meaningful animal welfare standards, but only a fraction of them do. This confusion prevents consumers from voting with their wallets for better treatment of farm animals and negatively impacts the farmers who truly are raising animals using higher-welfare methods.
View the most commonly misunderstood labels
It’s important to understand the true meanings of food labels so you can make informed decisions and help animals by buying products that match your values. Learn more in our Meat, Eggs and Dairy Label Guide. Got questions? Check out the ShopKind Helpline for immediate text message assistance and responses from actual ASPCA experts in food labels, farm animal welfare and more.
While most Americans expect our existing laws to protect farm animals, the reality falls far short. Animals raised for food are among the least-protected animals in our nation.
Federal Laws
State Laws
Bad for Animals, Bad for Us
Animals are not the only ones suffering because of these unnatural, inhumane conditions. Consumers, rural communities, farmers, workers & the environment are being hurt by the intensive farming systems employed on factory farms.
Human Health
Rural Communities
Family Farmers

Take Action
Consumers, advocates, farmers & business owners: Together, we can improve the lives of billions of animals.

Other Ways to Help:
Shop With Your Heart
ASPCA Label Guide
Bring Your Store On Board
Open the Barns

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