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Many people all over the world have gone vegetarian and vegan. With all the food choices now available its really easy to do and is by far the most sustainable way of eating healthly.

It is now widely accepted that a vegan diet is a healthy option.

Millions of animals die each year and are seas our overfished. Intensive animal farming has made life especially unbearaable for millions of animals. 

One child dies of hunger every 2 to 3 seconds and yet 760 million tonnes of grain are fed to livestock annually, this is enough grain to cover the food shortage 14 times over.

A well balanced wholefood vegan diet is low in saturated fats and contains all the protein, calcium, vitamins and minerals you need (excluding vitamin B12) with plenty of fibre too.

Animals are often not treated as living creatures but as food producing machines, deprived of their natural behaviours and instincts which are their birthright.

"Nothing we do has the direct potential to cause nearly as much animal suffering as eating meat, no daily choice that we make has a greater impact on the environment". Johnathan Saffran-Foer - Eating Animals.

"Our task must be to free ourselves, by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and its beauty" Albert Einstein - A vegetarian.

Our response to the factory farm is ultimately a test of how we respond to the powerless, to the most distant, to the voiceless - it is a test of how we act when no-one is forcing us to act one way or another". Johnathan Saffran Foer - Eating animals.

WWF - The largest footprint, according to the WWF and others, comes from producing food especially meat... a finding that is hardly suprising, given the massive amounts of land, energy, water and chemicals required to raise livestock.

Respect - Poem by H.Louise Ashley

What right have we
Given the grace to be
The carers
Of animals
The world
To abuse
What right have we
Just because we seem
Free to abuse animals
And the world we live in
All life honoured
And unto us
Those who we should give respect
Those without a voice
A choice.

Inspired by a Heather Mills programme showing abuses to animals, particularly in the fur trade.