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    vegetarians, even though the others can’t imagine their life without meat. Vegetarianism is partial or complete rejection of food that is animal origin. There are different types of vegetarians, the variety depends on what the person refuses to eat. The most common type are the lacto-ovo-vegetarians, who eat both dairy products and eggs. Less common type are the lacto-vegetarians, who eat dairy products, but avoid eggs. The third type are ovo-vegetarians, who eats eggs, but avoid dairy…

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    Converting vegetarianism, a person who consumes a plant-based diet, isn’t as rewarding as it seems. Many people have tried to prove that vegetarian diets are far more healthier than omnivore diets, any animal that is a generalist feeder, consuming a wide variety of that that can include both animal and plant matter (Freedman). According to the article“Sorry, Vegetarians. A New Study Says Eating Green Won't Lower Your Risk of Early Death,” by Sharon Kirkey, studies have shown that a vegetarian…

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    throughout the nation. Although, it should be blazoned that by becoming vegetarian, innumerable Americans would benefit. As defined by the Vegetarian Resource Group, vegetarianism involves the abstinence of any poultry, fish, beef, and pork. Most vegetarians also consume dairy products and eggs (and therefore referred to as ovo-lacto-vegetarians),…

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    The Truth About A Strict Vegetarian Diet Proper nutrition has been debated and adapted from viewpoints of vegetarianism compared to the consumption of animal products. In "A Strict Vegetarian Diet Is Unhealthy for Most People"(Kim), Ben Kim discuses the negative effects and alternate motives behind an all vegetarian diet. By providing a alternate view of a strict vegetarian diet, Kim advocates for a diet based on personal needs. Although many people see immediate health advantages to having a…

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    for plant food it usually takes more than a single serving to provide these nutrients. Meat provides saturated fat which enables the function of the immune system and nervous system. Saturated fats contain fat soluble vitamins needed for the proper function of serotonin receptors in the brain. According to a study done by researchers at the Institute of Social Medical and Epidemiology, vegetarians are more likely to suffer from anxiety disorders, due to the low levels of cholesterol they have…

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    the like is extremely inhumane and should be handled differently. “Though beef consumption spiked upward during the flush 90′s, the longer-term trend is down, and many people will tell you they no longer eat the stuff” (Pollan). The growth of Vegetarianism has most definitely…

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    The Endless Benefits of Vegetarianism Making the switch from a meat-eating diet to a vegetarian diet is the best life choice. Being a vegetarian is becoming progressively more common and the vegetarian options are expanding as a result, which means the transition from meat to no meat can be simple and fast, without jeopardizing food taste. There are many benefits of being a vegetarian including living a healthier life, helping the environment and preventing animal cruelty. Health Benefits…

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    Celebrities are some of the most visible proponents for healthy living and eating well. There are many celebrities who promote vegetarian lifestyles, but some take it to another level and follow vegan diets. Kristen Bell "Frozen" star Kristen Bell 's decision to become vegan wasn 't without a few drawbacks. Giving up cheese took time to adjust, as cheese was one of her favorite non-vegan foods. However, a month after beginning a vegan diet, Bell found the lifestyle rewarding and she found she…

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    Fallacies Of Veganism

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    Veganism, common to the public this lifestyle is seen as a fallacy that the individuals that follow this form of lifestyles are hippies. Though like the examples given in our week’s information we are put to contrast the validity, fallacies based around what is being presented and supported by the media. Though more importantly in this case we are reflecting on both the logical and emotional fallacies presented towards this particular lifestyle. Exposing this subject by simply exposing and…

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    According to the Harvard study from the Archives of Medicine in 2010, eating an abundance of meat will cause a 20% increase in the likelihood of death by cancer and heart disease. On the other hand, those who don’t eat meat decrease their chances by 12 to 40 percent. In 2011 the number of American adults who reported not eating animal products more than doubled from 1% to 2.5% within a span of two years (Don’t Eat Anything with a Face- Debate Details, 2013). The growing health, environmental,…

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