As an animal rights supporter, as well as a health and nutrition advocate, I personally don’t eat meat. I cut it out of my diet over the last few years, and I’ve never felt more energy and vitality. Many of us don’t know the cruelty and suffering that goes into factory farming. In addition, the use of antibiotics and hormones in farm animal production is a very serious concern for the health and well-being of us all.
I urge you to learn more about these topics and make an educated decision on what you put in your body. I’ve found that there are very delicious and nutritious vegan alternatives on the market today. For example: vegan bacon, vegan cream cheese, almond milk, vegan sausage, vegetable burgers, vegan chicken and turkey substitutes, etc. Go to the vegan or health food area of your supermarket and try them out!
Are Humans Supposed to Eat Meat?
Animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way. People who eat meat argue that it’s “natural” for humans to consume animals. But is this true or just an excuse to ignore the horrific ways in which animals are killed for food? Are we really supposed to eat meat? Most humans are revolted by the sight of blood, intestines, and raw flesh and can’t tolerate hearing the screams of animals being ripped apart. The bloody reality
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