Harvest For Hope: A Guide To Mindful Eating Book Analysis Essay
By Jane Goodall Jane Goodall, a renowned scientist of primatology, ethology, and anthropology, began her studies when she ventured to Africa to work for Dr. Louis Leakey in 1957. From there Goodall earned her PhD at Cambridge University in 1965. She continued her studies, focusing especially on the study of chimpanzees; hence Goodall's nickname "the chimpanzee lady." In 1977, she established the Jane Goodall Institute to educate young people about conserving chimpanzees and all the other animals of this planet.
Most of Goodall's books focus on her progressing studies, however, in Harvest for Hope: A Guide to Mindful Eating, she discusses another issue focusing on human consumption. Goodall …show more content…
Goodall goes into the issue of bacteria, viruses, hormones, and antibiotics in animal products. Just to give an example of one of the issues, hormones have created great health hazards in our milk. The Bovine Growth Hormones are fed to cows in order to fatten them rapidly, leading to udder infections. These udder infections develop pus, which gets into the milk automatically. U.S. regulations allow dairy farms to mix the pus-infected milk with regular milk to counterbalance the fowl taste of the infected milk. The hormone infested milk consumed by humans' results in a buildup of estrogen, causing girls to mature earlier than usual and men to have a decreasing sperm