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David Kirby on HuffPo: For Americans On a Budget, Meats Are The New Carbs

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By David Kirby

For Americans on a Budget, Meats Are the New Carbs
When I was in my 20's, my friends and I knew that the cheapest food available was made of carbs, and we survived on mounds of mac-n-cheese and home fries for lunch, and ramen, rice and beer for dinner.

But animal factory farming has changed all that.

Last week while speaking on tour at San Francisco's Book Passage, my 20-something nephew Michael commented that he and his struggling friends now fill up on cheap meat to tame their growling bellies, more than on bread, noodles, rice and tater-tots.

"We can go to the store and get a pork roast, cook it, and stuff our faces on it for days -- and it's really, really cheap," Michael said. "Meat has become the new carb..."

David Kirby is the author of , Animal Factory: The Looming Threat of Industrial Pig, Dairy, and Poultry Farms to Humans and the Environment  available at Amazon. He is author of Evidence of Harm, a contributor to Huffington Post and a contributor to Age of Autism



So many people on the Atkins diet... how much "residue" are they ingesting?

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