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Episode 48: “For as long as men massacre animals, they will kill each other…”

By Jasmin and Mariann — December 11, 2010

Welcome to the 48th podcast episode of Our Hen House, featuring Dr. Joel Fuhrman.

In today’s episode, we will give you our take on the NYC premier of the film, Forks Over Knives, which filled up a theatre on 19th Street.

Joining us today is Dr. Joel Fuhrman, author of Eat to Live. Dr. Fuhrman will talk to us all about nutrition, including hot topics such as protein, B12, and processed foods.

For our review section, we will be joined by Ari Solomon, who will review the film, Never Let Me Go, from an animal rights perspective!

All that, vegan banter, and of course, current events from the world of animal rights.

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This week’s news items include:

“For as long as men massacre animals, they will kill each other. Indeed, he who sows the seed of murder and pain cannot reap joy and love.” -Pythagoras

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(11) Readers Comments

  1. December 31, 2010 at 4:49 pm

    I just wanted to say this was a really interesting podcast. I'm a huge Dr. Fuhrman fan and I was ecstatic when I heard that he was interviewed on Our Hen House. Great job ladies! :)

  2. October 7, 2013 at 9:11 pm

    Wow! Dr. Fuhrman on your show=) Interesting discussion. One thing that surprised me was that Dr. Fuhrman said we feel true hunger in our mouth and throat. I have always thought that we experience cravings there and felt true hunger in our stomach. Guess I've had it backwards. Thank you for having him, and so many other interesting interviewees, on your show!

  3. October 8, 2013 at 11:09 am

    omg... Never Let Me Go is chilling and provocative. Great review! I ended up watching last night and am still marinating on the themes of mortality and ethical subjectivity. I wonder if my friends will notice the film's seemingly blatant metaphor to animal exploitation...

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