The only part missing from this is that veganism is not a diet. It's about the non-exploitation of animals for food, clothing, entertainment, sport, vivisection, etc. Most vegans grew up with culturally indoctrinated speciesism and learned to break free from it. //// For me it started with the Unconditional love a pet.
i have cruelty intolerance
Gross Things in Meat Infographic
Album photos - Obscénités-et-hontes-de-notre-monde-en-panne - Le blogue de l'autruche-dans-la-mare
80% of antibiotics are used in factory farms which end up on your plate unless you are #vegan
A previous pinner said: I know that images like these are horrible. But what's happening to animals in factory farms every day is horrible. Suffering, fear and death is reality for them. Is it right to turn a blind eye? No. We don't need to eat meat and dairy to be healthy. The right thing to do is go vegan.
Tell me how mankind can manage to feed (and slaughter) 10 billion farm animals each year, meanwhile 10.9 million human children die of starvation each year. Almost 30,000 children starve to death globally EACH DAY. This is WRONG. This is one of the many reasons I refuse to support the meat and dairy industries.
Although food distribution is also an issue, this is a bigger one. This is also why the "animal activists don't care about people" stereotype needs to stop. We care, do you?