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Conclusion

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To summarize it, I chose the topic of vegetarianism because I feel affected by this topic and its direct impact on meat consumption. On the course of this assignment I was exposed to a vast amount of data and facts that were related to vegetarianism, facts that amazed me and enriched me even more. The site proved itself for being quite resourceful and informative. I even stumbled upon several intriguing blogs, which I followed of course, the domain is always in shift and updates with new info tend to pop on these blogs regularly. In conclusion, my suggestion for the general public will be to carefully think about their nutrition that they quite often take for granted, because there is more at steak. -intentional mistake

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Vegetarian and vegan children - Pregnancy and baby guide - NHS Choices

Vegetarian and vegan children - Pregnancy and baby guide - NHS Choices | vegetarianism | Scoop.it
How to give vegetarian or vegan children a healthy diet with all the energy and nutrients they need, including protein, calcium, vitamin B12 and omega-3.
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How to raise a healthy and moral child

 

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The suffering of farm animals

The suffering of farm animals | vegetarianism | Scoop.it
An extract from Bodhipaksa's book 'Vegeterianism' - here he unveils the suffering of farm animals. Religious education resources on Buddhism for students
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extensive explanation about the suffer that every farm animal go through in their miserable life until their painful death and examples to convey a feeling for what life is like for a farm animal today.

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5. Singer on Animal Rights and Vegetarianism - Great Ideas of Science & Philosophy - YouTube

Peter Singer and Richard Dawkins on vegetarianism, animal rights, slavery and living an ethical life.
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Why Go Veg?

Why Go Veg? | vegetarianism | Scoop.it
People are drawn to vegetarianism by all sorts of motives. Some of us want to live longer, healthier lives or do our part to reduce pollution. Others have made the switch because we want to preserve Earth’'s natural resources or because we’'ve always loved animals and are ethically opposed to eating them. Thanks to an abundance of scientific research that demonstrates the health and environmental benefits of a plant-based diet, even the federal government recommends that we consume most of our calories from grain products, vegetables and fruits. And no wonder: An estimated 70 percent of all diseases, including one-third of all cancers, are related to diet. A vegetarian diet reduces the risk for chronic degenerative diseases such as obesity, coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and certain types of cancer including colon, breast, prostate, stomach, lung and esophageal cancer. Why go veg? Chew on these reasons: You'll ward off disease. [...]
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Many vegetarians give up meat because of their concern for animals. Ten billion animals are slaughtered for human consumption each year. in this article you can realize that vegetarian lifestyle is not only Compassionate but a healthy too!!

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International Landing Page | PETA

PETA's animal rights campaigns include ending fur and leather use meat and dairy consumption fishing hunting trapping factory farming circuses bull fighting rodeos and animal experimentation
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"Peta", wich means People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is the worlds largest animal rights group founded in 1980. Peta focuses its attention,among other themes, on factory farms and it is strongly anti-meat.

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10 Powerful "Before" And "After" Pictures Of Rescued Animals

10 Powerful "Before" And "After" Pictures Of Rescued Animals | vegetarianism | Scoop.it
[WARNING: Some of the "Before" pics are graphic.] Here are 10 happy endings for animals who found their way to New York's Farm Sanctuary , which provides homes for animals rescued fro...
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Lucky animals who where rescued mostly from the horrible meat industry where they left to die,sick and injured.These pictures will melt your heart)

 

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cruel food is not mine

cruel food is not mine | vegetarianism | Scoop.it
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It shocks me that so many people still think it’s acceptable to kill animals for food in this day and age.

EATING ANIMALS FOR TASTE IS THE MOST SELFISH ACT in the world.

 

 

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How to Become a Vegetarian, the Easy Way : zenhabits

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A great article suggesting tips for becoming a vegetarian without too much difficulty, and the reasons to becoming one.

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Vegetarian Times

Vegetarian Times | vegetarianism | Scoop.it
Vegetarian Times delivers healthy, delicious recipes, plus expert nutrition and lifestyle information that is exclusively vegetarian but inviting to all.
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This website offers healthy and delicious recipes for vegetarian cuisine.

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Circle of kindness - The Hindu

Circle of kindness - The Hindu | vegetarianism | Scoop.it
The Hindu
Circle of kindness
The Hindu
Some were as young as 10, and proudly identified themselves as Kindness Ambassadors who stand up for animal rights. 'Kindness Kids' (www.kindnesskids.org) is sponsored by the ...
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Hindu children who stood up for animal rights in India,including giving up meat.

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