December 4, Published: October, People become vegetarians for many reasons, including health, religious convictions, concerns about animal welfare or the use of antibiotics and hormones in livestock, or a desire to eat in a way that avoids excessive use of environmental resources. Becoming a vegetarian has become more appealing and accessible, thanks to the year-round availability of fresh produce, more vegetarian dining options, and the growing culinary influence of cultures with largely plant-based diets. Approximately six to eight million adults in the United States eat no meat, fish, or poultry, according to a Harris Interactive poll commissioned by the Vegetarian Resource Group, a nonprofit organization that disseminates information about vegetarianism.
Do it for the Animals Is there ever a humane way to kill? Originally, I decided to go Vegetarian because I love animals, why would I want to kill them and eat them. I started to make the connection between the cow in the field and the food on my plate.
We have created an out of control mass production system and a demand so high for cheap meat that we forget that they are living, breathing, feeling creatures just like us.
We turn our backs on the reality of how the cow gets to our plate because it is too hard to face the truth. I figure when it comes down to it most people want to keep eating meat because they think it tastes good.
They have already made their minds up. Animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on or to perform for our entertainment. Once you allow yourself to truly accept the nature of the meat industry you will be so sickened by it that eating meat will never cross your mind again.
What if it is all propaganda? If I killed another human, I would go to jail, it would be murder. What about you, do you want to die young, or do you want to live a full and healthy life?
Many health conditions have been extensively linked to consuming animal products. Red meats are known for having high saturated fats which raise your blood cholesterol and can result in clogged arteries and subsequently heart attacks. We are advised to limit our red meat intake and substitute with poultry.
Why have it at all? Our bodies produce the perfect amount of cholesterol we need to function. Anything extra we consume goes above and beyond what we need and can cause us a multitude of health problems.
All dietary cholesterol comes from animal derivatives. Cancer Again, another attack on red meat. Cancer UK states that evidence has been around for decades which supports a link between certain types of meat and some forms of cancer most notably bowel cancer.
It is in fact due to the chemicals within the meat itself, such as Haem an iron-containing compoundwhich gets broken down in our gut and forms chemicals N-nitroso compounds. These chemicals have been found to damage the cells that line the bowel. Our marvellous bodies use other cells in the bowel lining to replicate more in order to heal.Becoming a vegetarian has become more appealing and accessible, thanks to the year-round availability of fresh produce, more vegetarian dining options, and the growing culinary influence of cultures with largely plant-based diets.
Becoming a vegetarian has become more appealing and accessible, thanks to the year-round availability of fresh produce, more vegetarian dining options, and the growing culinary influence of cultures with largely plant-based diets.
Going Vegetarian will help you lose weight. I have found going Vegetarian helps to lose weight, and not because we are starving ourselves. Although I can only speak for myself here, going Vegetarian is the best ‘diet’ I have been on.
There are plenty of great reasons to try a vegetarian diet: people who stop eating meat tend to lose weight, improve their mood, and boost their overa Going green isn't just good for the.
The Guardian - Back to home. 10 reasons to go vegan that have nothing to do with animal rights here are the 10 best reasons to go vego that have nothing to do with animal rights or the. Obesity rate in the general public is extremely high, while in vegetarians, obesity rate only ranges from zero to six percent.
6 A vegetarian diet low in fat and rich in vegetables, fruits, whole grains and legumes accompanied with daily exercise is the perfect formula for healthy weight loss.