My question is simply, if we are telling people to eliminate the NADs (neolithic agents of disease): primarily gluten and vegetable oils, then why are some of us going right ahead and saying it's OK to eat hormone- and antibiotic-laden meat & dairy?
The health impact is likely just as staggering, given the high rates of antibiotic resistance and the still unknown impact of a couple generations raised in a xenoestrogen soup, primarily caused by CAFO operations, (as well as the prevalence of plastics and BCPs in the water supply.)
Fertility rates fell more rapidly from 2007 through 2009 than for any 2-year period in more than 30 years. In my work in the birth world, I am seeing many women in their late 20s and early 30s with fertility problems--is this partly due to the CAFO meat?
Are we doing ourselves and our children a disservice by calling CAFO meat Paleo?
Have you watched the FRESH movie? Free to watch on this link through tomorrow.
ETA: Thanks for your feedback so far!
I think the question could also be rephrased as: Should we encourage folks who can't afford grassfed/free-range meat to eat CAFO meat, or find a healthier and affordable option, like free-range eggs/dairy, wild caught fish and (gasp) properly prepared organically-grown legumes?
ETA2: I edited my question, thanks to Matt!