[Reading] ➮ Mad Cowboy ➶ Howard F. Lyman – Lalaweek.us

Mad Cowboy Told By The Man Who Kicked Off The Infamous Lawsuit Between Oprah And The Cattlemen, Mad Cowboy Is An Impassioned Account Of The Highly Dangerous Practices Of The Cattle And Dairy Industries.Howard Lyman S Testimony On The Oprah Winfrey Show Revealed The Deadly Impact Of The Livestock Industry On Our Well Being It Not Only Led To Oprah S Declaration That She D Never Eat A Burger Again, It Sent Shock Waves Through A Concerned And Vulnerable Public.A Fourth Generation Montana Rancher, Lyman Investigated The Use Of Chemicals In Agriculture After Developing A Spinal Tumor That Nearly Paralyzed Him Now A Vegetarian, He Blasts Through The Propaganda Of Beef And Dairy Interests And The Government Agencies That Protect Them To Expose An Animal Based Diet As The Primary Cause Of Cancer, Heart Disease, And Obesity In This Country He Warns That The Livestock Industry Is Repeating The Mistakes That Led To Mad Cow Disease In England While Simultaneously Causing Serious Damage To The Environment.Persuasive, Straightforward, And Full Of The Down Home Good Humor And Optimism Of A Son Of The Soil, Mad Cowboy Is Both An Inspirational Story Of Personal Transformation And A Convincing Call To Action For A Plant Based Diet For The Good Of The Planet And The Health Of Us All.

[Reading] ➮ Mad Cowboy  ➶ Howard F. Lyman – Lalaweek.us
  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Mad Cowboy
  • Howard F. Lyman
  • English
  • 18 March 2017
  • 0684854465

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➮ Mad Cowboy ➶ Howard F. Lyman – Lalaweek.us


  1. says:

    Oh my This book has been in our house for a couple years My husband read half of it His sister is now a vegan and his mom a vegetarian I have been meaning to read the book but wasn t sure where it was But last night while looking for another book, I found it I have been one of those kinda vegetarians who occasionally eats chicken or fish Same for the rest of the family Well, after reading just through chapter 2, I am changed Now I have read through a fewchapters, and for some r Oh my This book has been in our house for a couple years My husband read half of it His sister is now a vegan and his mom a vegetarian I have been meaning to read the book but wasn t sure where it was But last night while looking for another book, I found it I have been one of those kinda vegetarians who occasionally eats chicken or fish Same for the rest of the family Well, after reading just through chapter 2, I am changed Now I have read through a fewchapters, and for some reason, this book is evencompelling to me than the dvd s I have seen I guess the dvd s have beenfocused on the treatment of animals, which is a lot, butcompelling to...


  2. says:

    Until last week, I think I was one of the few remaining vegans in North America who hasn t read Mad Cowboy Lyman and Merzer s book provides an interesting take on the reasons for being vegan, and may be one of the most compelling books on the topic ever written If you have never read anything about the health and environmental costs of eating meat, this would be a great place to start If you are already a vegan, or have read l...


  3. says:

    I really admire people who make huge changes in their lives, and Howard Lyman is one of them He s an ex multi generational cattle rancher who became vegan after developing medical problems He s since made it his mission to talk and write about the cattle dairy industry, as well as the benefits, ...


  4. says:

    The best way to describe this book is a that it is Skinny Bitch for men, with the added bonus of the rancher perspective Lyman, who was once a rancher in Montana, tells his story of growing up as a dairy farmer, dealing with bovine growth hormones, mad cow disease, and all of the challenges of survivin...


  5. says:

    I stopped eating meat when, one morning in 1979 I woke up to the aroma of bacon being cooked In that instant I realized I couldn t eat meat any I don t know what happened It still smelled good, I just had no desire to eat it I still ate fish and foul, although I really wanted to be vegetarian, I just wanted it to be as organic if that s what it was for me as my relationship to meat In the summer of 2000 I spent a week s vacation with my vegan daughter and decided to not eat fish or I stopped eating meat when, one morning in 1979 I woke up to the aroma of bacon being cooked In that instant I realized I couldn t eat meat any I ...


  6. says:

    Be prepared to love tofu This former rancher explains what goes on in the beef industry and exposes the risks of eating beef, not only to consumers, but also to the earth It took me 6 months after reading this book ...


  7. says:

    This book was an eye opener, strangely because I approached it knowing alot about the issues Lyman discusses It became apparent within just a few pages that, as we often discover about this great country things are alot worse then I imagined I knew what a renderer was, but had no idea how diverse its processing contents really were I knew about Mad Cow disease but not how much the real threat of it has been covered up by the same people that were too cowardly to do anything about it I knew This book was an eye opener, strangely because I approached ...


  8. says:

    Another book I went out an bought after seeing the author on Oprah Remember when Oprah was sued by the meat industry for saying that she would never eat another burger Yeah, that was this guy, the cattle rancher who wouldn t eat meat A fabulous book, not only about the evils of the meat industry, but about self discovery and making a change in yourself and then helping others to change too The author goes through a huge life change in the book Does he want to continue to raise his cattle in Another book I went out an bought after seeing the a...


  9. says:

    Written in 1998, this book has a chapter on cows as a cause of drought that s as informative as the documentary Cowspiracy 2014 , a chapter on pesticide use as cautionary as Rachel Carson s Silent Spring 1962 , and a chapter on health similar to Dr Joel Fuhrman s Eat for Health 2008 What s unique here is the perspective of a Montana cattle rancher, the touches of memoir and his personable down home language as he tells the story of turning from chemical to organic farming and from a h Written in 1998, this book has a chapter on cows as a cause of drought that s as informative as the documentary Cowspiracy 2014 , a chapter on pesticide use as cautionary as Rachel Carson s Silent Spring 1962 , and a chapter on health similar to Dr Joel Fuhrman s Eat for Health 2008 What s unique here is the perspective of a Montana cattle rancher, the touches of memoir and his personable down home language as...


  10. says:

    Although not a work of literary genius, I think the author did an outstanding job making his claim for a plant based diet something the entire world needs to realize and embrace if we care about saving the planet for future generations I absolutely love how this isn t an animal rights book in the least butof a calling to save the earth and save ourselves, our health a unique perspective as compared to most vegetarian vegan reads He also took time to ...

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