Why Be A Vegetarian?

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Meat and the Environment

Global warming. Overexploited natural resources. Deforestation. Wasted land. Water and air pollution. The most serious environmental problems of our time are all directly linked to eating meat. A 2006 United Nations report summarized the devastation caused by the meat industry by calling it “one of the top two or three most significant contributors to the […]

Plants also have life so why vegetarians eat them?

Plants do exhibit certain features of life and may have life in some sense but are not living beings like humans or animals. They are stationary, they do not have felt like a living being, and they remain alive even if a major portion of a tree is broken/cut apart. According to the ancient Vedic […]

Ask Animals what they think about us:

On the question of whether a man is a natural meat-eater or vegetarian, it is important to see how animals perceive us or think about us. We all agree that animals are not biased and are always correct and think very naturally. It is well known that animals and birds perceive the onset of earthquakes, […]

Veggie Diet, farmers and Canadian jobs

Now that United Nations and other reputable research bodies such as the Worldwatch Institute, 2 Washington, DC have all confirmed that the Livestock and meat industry, in particular, are responsible for an average of 35% of global greenhouse gas emissions, there is little doubt that sooner or later, the meat industry will have to face […]

The Protein Myth- Do we need Meat to satisfy our Protein needs?

One of the most common arguments given by meat eaters to justify eating meat is that they will lack Protein unless they eat meat. So much so that people suffering from many meat-related diseases also do not want to give up meat fearing Protein deficiency. The following article examines the facts vs fiction on the […]

Are Human Natural Meat Eaters? Humans Vs Carnivores

Let us examine what humans are supposed to eat by nature’s design. Physiologically and by our body structures, are we close to carnivores ie. Meat-eating animals or are we made distinctly different than them and closer to Vegetarian animals such as cows, horses, etc. Walking: We have 2 hands and 2 feet, and we walk […]

Livestock Questions and Answers

Why should people act on your article when an agreement may be forthcoming this December in Copenhagen to reverse climate change by reducing fossil fuel? Because of the high amount of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the life cycle and supply chain of livestock products, even major progress in reducing fossil fuel use would not […]

Livestock and Climate Change

Whenever the causes of climate change are discussed, fossil fuels top the list. Oil, natural gas, and especially coal are indeed major sources of human-caused emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases (GHGs). But we believe that the life cycle and supply chain of domesticated animals raised for food have been vastly underestimated […]