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    Do you know the damaging effects animal product testing has on animals? How would you feel if someone told you that your own pet had to go through animal product testing? There are over 25 million of lab animals that go through animal product testing in a year and it is merely atrocious to know what animals have to undergo. Although animal product testing is one of the main way scientists test products, animal product testing is inhumane, and should come to an end. Animals are treated inhumanely, thousands of them die each year, there are alternate ways to this procedure, what actually happens during animal product testing, and what is animal testing. Animal testing is the one way scientists do studies on products for the use of humans…

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    Have you ever tried to stick to a diet for at least a few days, weeks or months? I have read many articles on “how to lose weight the right way”. I’ve tried many diets but none of them really seem to work. I try to start a new diet at least once or every other month. I was wondering on the Internet the other night and I came across some different diets that I don’t think I could ever see myself trying. Have you ever heard of Vegan and Vegetarian Diets? Just by the name, it seems like a hard…

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    Annotated Bibliography Thesis Statement: Although it is common in today's society to consume animals and animal by-products it is more beneficial to abstain from eating animals because it promotes a healthier lifestyle, it is less damaging to our environment, and eating animal products are harmful to the animal populations. Zamir, Tzachi. "Veganism." Journal Of Social Philosophy 35.3 (2004): 367-379. Academic Search Complete. Web. 26 Jan. 2017. In the article “Veganism” Zamir discusses the…

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    In the article, “Veganism”, by Douglas Dupler, Dupler gives an extensive overview of what veganism is. Dupler not only provides the health benefits of being vegan, but also the history of how veganism came into existence. There is also information on the ethical and ecology aspects of the vegan diet included in the article. He adds how to prepare and the precautions one should take when practicing the vegan diet. Then, he includes the research provided on vegetarians and how they were positively…

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    America has always been known for their consumption of large amounts of animal products. Whether its actual cuts of meat or dairy products, American companies are willing to use whatever they can from the animal to make the most products they can. So why all of the sudden is there an urge to be completely animal product free? Keep in mind, whether we like it or not veganism has been around for over thousands of years, and is becoming one of the most popular health transitions. As most of us…

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    Paganism: Saving The World

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    How could one have the audacity to claim that their lifestyle is not only saving animals, but also saving the world? Although this may sound like a fantasy end to a superhero movie, this goal is actually attainable through the pursuit of a vegan life. Last year, sixteen million people switched to a plant-based diet for an array of reasons such as ethics and health concerns. Avoiding animal products in all aspects of one’s regimen, diet, clothing easily profits millions of amazing benefits. While…

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    Do you love animals? Do you want to be healthy? If your answer to either of these questions is a solid “yes”, the vegan diet may be for you. Today, veganism is one of the most controversial and talked-about lifestyles. The vegan diet is different from a vegetarian diet because in addition to meat, it also excludes all animal byproducts including eggs, dairy, and, honey. People adopt veganism for various reasons, the most common being either for personal ethics or better health. A few of the main…

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    Vegan Diet Research Paper

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    energy than omnivors… appear to be lower in protein, fat, vitamin B12… when compared to an omnivorous diet” (Rogerson 2). Because a vegan diet eliminates vital nutrients such as proteins, vitamins, and oils found only in animal products, it may be more detrimental than beneficial. One of the negative aspects of going vegan, is that…

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    Veganism Pros And Cons

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    practice of eliminating all animal products (meat, fat, dairy, eggs, gelatin, etc.) altogether from your diet and instead decide to consume other foods high in protein, calories, and nutrients in its place. People become vegans for many reasons, the most popular being moral/ethical/religious beliefs or health benefits. However, in our modern day world, veganism has collected much controversy over many factors, one being its environmental practicality/sustainability, and another in its…

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    read, while engaging the audience. The topics intended for the public consists of the explanation of the different shades of vegetarians, a short story of Vegetarianism and the modern arguments in favor of Vegetarianism. The Critics of Vegetarianism visualize a world around a butchery they do not see more than a great hamburger or a hot dog. The fact that non vegetarians harm innocent animals to “sustain themselves “ creates a controversy among vegetarians, lacto - ovo vegetarians and vegans.…

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