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Health I’ve had vegetarian diet for over four years now. People often ask why and at this point, I’m sometimes not sure which answer to give. I do remember the reason that initially flipped the switch for me though. It was: If humans didn’t consume animals, and all of the grain grown that is used to feed the animals were properly distributed, there wouldn’t be hunger on Earth. I decided pretty quickly that I’d rather be part of the solution than the problem, and I really haven’t looked back. Since that time I’ve learned quite a bit about eating animals and a lot of it is pretty shocking. Did you know that many animals used for consumption these days have cancers and tumors? They just cut around them. In addition, most animals are on hormones, antibiotics and other drugs, and many animals these days are so diseased that they can’t even walk – yet they are still used for consumption. Do you really think that consuming drugged and diseased animals is good for you? Now they’ve started genetically altering the animals used consumption, which is just wrong. When they started doing genetic experiments with foods in the early 90’s, the scientists and biotech .panies didn’t even know that each gene controls multiple functions – so the were and are totally unpredictable. Now they know this, but it hasn’t stopped them from genetically altering things, including many of the foods you likely already consuming, and now animals. Funny thing is, not only are they legal – they’re also unlabeled. An extreme version of buyer beware, if you ask me… In addition, if you’re interested in caring for the world we all share, you should know that it takes approximately one thousand gallons of water to raise just a single pound of beef. Rainforests, the lungs of the planet, are also being flattened to make room for cattle grazing to feed "first world" countries. But there’s another angle that you might not be familiar with. We all have energy, called consciousness. And so do animals. Now, different people’s energy can be dramatically different. It depends on a number of things including: how they think, how they act, are they and their actions fear-based or love-based, and so on. But consciousness, or this energy, also .es from what we put into our bodies. And just to be clear, World War II prisoners may have been better treated than many animals used for consumption are today. You know dogs and cats have feelings, so why would you assume that other animals – ones used for consumption – don’t? These animals have been miserably treated, and it ends with murder. So, what kind of energy do you think these animals will have? Do you think it would be happy, peaceful, loving energy? Or do you think it’s more likely sadness and fear? If you had to pick, which would you choose? Now that you’ve chosen, do you think this energy is something you want to be putting in your body? I’m just asking because in a world where some large percentage of the population feels the need to take drugs for depression, and you can’t get on the Internet or open a newspaper without reading about a war, maim, or murder somewhere, I just think we might want to look at .mon practices that could be contributing to the human condition. What do you think? Now, if I were you and reading this article, I’d pretty quickly decide that eating animals was no longer for me. But perhaps you’re not quite there yet, but you would like to make some healthy changes. Excellent. What can you do? For starters, you should know that just one serving of meat per week meets the protein requirements of human beings, so you can start by considerably decreasing your intake. Try having only one or two servings each week, and preferably fish only. You might also want to start using beans and nuts, both of which are wonderful sources of protein. And six to seven cups of beans each week also meets the protein requirements of human beings. To fully enjoy your meals, you may need to learn a few new food prep techniques, which isn’t too much to ask. Perhaps you’ll also want ask your favorite restaurants to carry some hearty meat-free options as well; you’d be surprised what they’ll do if you ask the right person. While these may seem like big changes in the beginning, once you’re in the swing of things, you’ll see there’s nothing to it. Chances are you won’t miss a thing. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: