Eat Meat and Be Happy!: Table of Contents
Do Humans Need to Eat Meat?
Chapter 1: Biochemical Individuality
Chapter 2: The Importance of Protein to The Human Diet
Chapter 3: Amino Acids: Building Blocks of Life
Chapter 4: The Importance of Tryptophan to the Human Diet
Chapter 5: The Tryptophan-Serotonin Connection
Chapter 6: Dietary Co-Factors to Serotonin Production
Chapter 7: The Importance of B Vitamins to the Human Diet
Chapter 8: Serotonin, B Vitamins and Cholesterol
Chapter 9: The Carbohydrate-Serotonin Connection
Chapter 10: In Defense of Carbohydrates
Chapter 11: The Dangers of Serotonin Deficiency Syndromes
Chapter 12: Physical and Emotional Trauma: Two Ways Serotonin can Quickly Leave the System
Chapter 13: Substances That Wash Serotonin Out the System
Chapter 14: A Balanced Diet Equals Optimal Physical and Emotional Well Being
Are The Animals We Eat Treated Humanely?
Chapter 1: The Truth About How Animals in The United States are Raised Today
Chapter 2: Feedlots and Slaughter Houses
Chapter 2: Farming: Big Versus Small
Chapter 3: Organic Farming and Animal Welfare: Why Going Organic is Best for the Animals
Chapter 4: The Great Grain Debate
Chapter 5: Children and Their Animals
Chapter 6: Hug a Farmer
Can We Eat Meat and Still Save the Earth?
Chapter1: Food Grows in Poop, Not in A Petri Dish
Chapter 2: The Truth About Livestock Emissions
Chapter 3: Chemical Fertilizers and Their Effects on Global Warming
Chapter 4: How Much Water and Grain Does the Alcohol Industry Consume?
Chapter 5: The Morals and Values of Eating Meat
Chapter 6: Altruism, Compassion and Dopamine: We are Better People Because We Eat Meat, Not in Spite of the Fact