• HOW TO COOK A DOG

    14 | 21

    March 2018

    Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia of UNL Auditorium | Caparica Campus | Caparica | Portugal

If you want to know more about having a healthier lifestyle without harming animals and the planet attend on the 14th and 21st March on the event ‘’How to cook a dog?’’

The greenhouse effect is mostly provoked by our uncontrolled meat consumption.

 

The aquaculture is highly toxic, fishes receive large doses of antibiotics while they are being raised which end up on your plate.

 

When you eat a cow steak you are eating antibiotic and growing hormones.

 

If you are pregnant the antibiotics and hormones in meat, fish and milk that you consume will end up on your milk and therefore on your baby.

 

Pigs are smarter than dogs.

 

Dogs, cats, cows and other animals cry and have emotions.

 

Chickens are considered domestic animals.

 

Did you know that animals have rights?

 

Did you know that you can have a healthy life without the consumption of animal origin products?

SPEAKERS

PROF. CHRISTOPHER AURETTA

POSTPONED DUE TO ILLNESS

"Health, consciousness and vison in a vegan evolution"

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DR. RITA FONSECA DA SILVA

21st March | 02:30 PM

"The Vegetarian Challenge"

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  • Host

    Professor José Luís Capelo MartínezUCIBIO-REQUIMTE, FCT-Universidade NOVA de Lisboa

Sponsors

UNL
FCTUNL
Bioscope
Proteomass
Proteomass
Proteomass
Proteomass
Proteomass

LOCATION

Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia of UNL Auditorium, Caparica Campus (Caparica, Portugal)

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