Consumption of products of animal origin harms not only animals, but also employees of the slaughterhouse, our planet and our body to the highest degree.
And while plant consumption can undoubtedly contribute to the damage caused to workers, field mice and the plants themselves, we must remember that these damages occur much more in the production of animal products.
We must respect animal rights if we are, in fact, the ethical beings we consider ourselves.
Technically, vegans can indirectly kill more animals if they have children, but I think most vegans think more about their children than their own lifestyles and have no problem with that.
Many critics seem to think that vegans try to avoid killing animals in any way, which is simply not true.
They try to alleviate the suffering of animals, and the most logical step is not to use animal products.
Because there is no moral justification for selective breeding of animals, enclosing them, raising them to a certain physical specification, unnatural nutrition in an unnatural environment, causing them pain, anxiety and regret, and then killing them for their body or keeping them enslaved their secretions.
People hate vegans because vegans become an unwanted reflection of conscience.
I couldn’t bear the thought that anyone was abusing the animal in any way.
Instead of accepting the truth and accepting that cruelty is false and selfish, people tend to curse the messenger for trying to protect animals from suffering.
Of course, reading labels and searching for ingredients is a habit, and many vegans are happy to understand what is going on in their body and on their body, and believe that it should not be done terribly.
Many vegans believe that this experience allows them to better understand how the food, cosmetics and clothing industries work, and leads them to environmental and human rights activists.
It often happens that external observers have difficulty understanding that vegans do not feel aggrieved, that they do not practice any form of aesthetics, and that they like their veganism.
If vegans don’t feel this way, misunderstanding often leads to difficulties in social interaction, and many vegans think it’s best not to talk about their veganism because they are afraid that other people feel ruthlessly criticized.
Some people eat vegan food just because they think it is healthier not to eat animal products.
It should be clarified that these arguments relate solely to the ethical principle that the animal does not harm at all.
I have never met a vegan who practices veganism for health but not for animal rights.
There seems to be a debate about how to distinguish people who throw away all animal products from their diet from those who throw away all animal products from all walks of life.
In 1944, Elsie Shrigley and Donald Watson first came across the word veganism after being frustrated that the term vegetarianism means the consumption of dairy products.
Therefore, the term vegan was originally invented to describe vegetarians who eliminate all animal-derived products in their diet.
In addition, it has never been easier to keep pace with the huge selection of vegan alternatives in stores across Ireland.
I established cooperation with PETA in Dublin in 2011, to encourage people to turn a new leaf and try vegetarian dishes.
I hope that advertising will inspire others to diversify their lives, abandoning their usual eating habits and choosing healthy, humane vegan meals.
Or you may find that people who eat the right amount of food in the right amount have the best health.
When these lazy donkey fats become vegan, you really think they care about their diet.
The best and easiest diet is to eat the right kind of food (including meat) in the right amount.
A more accurate illustration is that vegan diets can be as healthy as others say some medical studies do not agree with them.
The word vegetarian is not derived from the word vegetable, but from the Latin word vegitus, which means lively, energetic (think of vegetation).
Also, whether you like it or not, the word vegetarian refers to people who do not eat meat, but can eat eggs and dairy products.
In fact, the wiki entry for vegetarians even says it’s true.
I encourage you to go to a vegetarian restaurant in America and order a random menu item that you would give to a vegan.
They should not feel guilty in any way or be ashamed of sharing the truth that the meat industry is desperately trying to hide.
The meat industry intentionally keeps the media out of the slaughterhouse because it knows that fewer people eat meat when they see such atrocities.
So the next time you see a vegan who shares a video on Facebook, revealing what is happening in the slaughterhouse, instead of being angry with the messenger, you’re angry.
Age of Hunger has indicated that 220 million Americans have consumed enough food (mainly due to high grain intake for farm animals) to feed over a billion people in poorer countries.
A brochure published by Compassion Over Killing states that raising animals for feeding is one of the main causes of pollution and resource depletion.