Why I choose to be vegetarian

There are many reasons for which I decide to quit eating any kind of meat,but here I am going to share with You some of the most important reasons :

 As You might assume already!                                                  Yes!   ……

 I am a proud vegetarian for 4 years and I am so happy with what it has given me!

I could never been happier with this self-made decision! ❤

1) Your health: prevent disease. Meat-eating has been linked with cancer, heart disease, strokes, diabetes, hypertension, osteoporosis, kidney stones, and many other devastating diseases. By eliminating meat from your diet you can take a crucial step towards a long life of health and happiness.



2) Increased energy and endurance: A vegetarian diet improves your stamina, concentration, and sense of well-being. In one study, athletes who switched to a vegetarian diet improved their endurance to almost 3 times as much as those who remained carnivorous.

3) Humans are by design vegetarian: our flat teeth are perfect for grinding grains and vegetables, not for tearing apart animal flesh. Similarly, our hands are designed for gathering, not for flesh-ripping. Our saliva contains the enzyme alpha-amylase, the sole purpose of which is to digest the complex carbohydrates in plant foods. (This enzyme is not found in the saliva of carnivores.) Basically we have all the right apparatus to consume vegetarian products, and none of the right apparatus for flesh foods.


4) Care for the environment: by improperly using animals for food, we are eating ourselves off the planet. The raising of animals specifically to kill them and eat them has resulted in incredible waste and devastation of our precious resources. Just one example of the consequences is the fact that due to plundering our farmlands to fatten animals for slaughter, over 4 million acres of cropland are being lost to erosion in this country every year.

5) Help end world hunger: every day forty thousand children on this planet needlessly starve to death. According to the Department of Agriculture statistics, one acre of land can grow 20,000 pounds of potatoes. That same acre of land, when used to grow cattlefeed, can produce less than 165 pounds of edible cow flesh.

6) Have compassion for animals: animals who are raised for slaughter needlessly experience incredible suffering throughout their life and death. Many people try not to think of the torturous experiences of the animal whose flesh ended up in their hamburger or on their dinner table. But if it is distasteful to think about, consider what it is like to experience it.

7) Animals are God’s property and have a right to life: the living beings temporarily encaged in animal bodies are not here for us to harm and exploit. We are meant to act as caretakers and protectors of animals and the planet, not exploiters and killers.

8) The meat food stops the progress of human kind.

When one food stops your progress,better not eat it! The person attains the qualities of the animals he eats!



Remember :   There is no need to become a vegetarian,as long as You think about meat,because You will only torture yourself ! The truth vegetarian not only do not eat meat,but he also do not think about it!

2 thoughts on “Why I choose to be vegetarian

  1. I’ve been a vegetarian for almost seven years. I do not know what and how it made me come to that decision. The only thing I remember that I was quite determined to do it. And now, within seven years, I feel better in a spiritual way. I feel more connected with myself and the Earth, bound together by friendship with the nature and animals. I know that in this way I do not cause suffering to anyone else.
    And I’m glad I chose this way of life. Wishing many more vegetarians on this Earth!
    Stay safe ❤

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