Ban All Meat
Suppose you know something is poisonous to your children;
will you deliberately give it to them, to harm them? No!
So now all the evidence points out that meat is also poisonous and alcohol is bad.
Just ban them outright.
There’s no more discussion.
Make it your mission in life, to inform people about the danger of eating meat, and show them the solution.
Tragic Results of Meat Eating
Research has shown that eating meat can cause the following diseases:
High blood pressure
Prostate and ovarian center cancer
and kidney center cancer
Blue tongue disease
Salmonella (over 2300 types possible)
Mad cow disease (Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy)
Pig's disease (PMWS)
SAVE YOUR LIFE: GO VEG. BE GREEN.
Benefits of a Vegetarian Diet:
Lower blood pressure
Lower cholesterol levels
Reduce Type 2 diabetes
Prevent stroke conditions
Reduce heart disease risk 50%
Reduce heart surgery risk 80%
Prevent many forms of cancer
Stronger immune system
Increase life expectancy up to 15 years
Stop 80% of global warming
Conserve up to 70% clean water
Save over 70% of the Amazonian rainforest from clearance for animal grazing
A solution for world hunger:
Free up 3,433 million hectares of land annually Free up 760 million tons of grain every year (half the world’s grain supply)
Consume 2/3 less fossil fuels than those used for meat production
Reduce pollution from untreated animal waste
Maintain cleaner air
Save 4.5 tons of emissions per US household per year
SAVE YOUR LIFE:GO VEG. BE GREEN.
Supreme Master Ching Hai
UN Food and Agriculture Organization
Dr. Dean Ornish
American Dietetic Association
Dieticians of Canada
Stockholm International Water Institute
Frances Moore LappéScripps
Howard News Service
The New York Times
Carnegie Mellon University
THE COST OF MEAT EATING
Over 17 million lives lost globally each year
Cost of cardiovascular disease is at least US$1 trillion a year
Over 1 million new colon cancer patients diagnosed each year
More than 600,000 colon cancer-related mortalities annually In the United States alone,
colon cancer treatment costs about US$6.5 billion.
Millions of people are newly diagnosed with other meat-related cancers every year.
246 million people are affected worldwide
An estimated US$174 billion spent each year on treatment