Cooking meat thoroughly is an inefficient approach to fighting off E.coli poisoning.
Read the article -- it's on the first page. In addition, I am not proposing vegetarianism as a means of postponing death
Mostly the first thing you read about a thread here is the thread title, and then the first post, and by that you can get the article. Well, I also the read the article, i'm not bashing it or anything related, those events had happened a lot, you can easily get bacterial infections through low quality meat or roar.
I'm not denying that.
But again, you haven't answered my question, about the nature of the thread title.
Facts are more valuable than platitudes and myths.
Tell me the facts then.
You're just bringing up myths that eating meat is almost deadly and you're going to be sitted in a toilet if you keeping eating this or that. I've eat a lot of meat throughout my whole life, and my colestherol level is very good, haven't got many stomach diseases, and they're mostly produced by sweets or wet cream that has stayed to much time out of fridge.
Oh what's next? I should avoid eating creams and all those derivated of milk because the bacterial rate increases too quickly and you can get sick easily?
In addition, I am not proposing vegetarianism as a means of postponing death.
Why are you bring it up then? What has vegetarianism
anything to do with bacterial infection through hamburgers? Are you trying to disuade us, because the infection risk is higher if we eat meat?
What's next? People you can get nasty stomach infection through contaminated seafood or fish. So people has to avoid them because it isn't safe?
I can eat whatever I want.