We walk happily through the supermarket isles browsing for the best price on a piece of fresh flesh. Bring it home and smother it in spices and sauces to make it appetizing and devour the juices on a daily basis. Every time we sit down to eat our favorite chicken sandwich we are consuming the bodily remnants of an animal, a creature that once had life but never any rights. Thus, eliminating the consumption of meat is the only logical way forward as a vegetarian diet considerably improves one’s health, benefits the overall environment and greatly lessens the suffering of animals worldwide. Being a vegetarian is beneficial to all aspects of life and is the only morally reasonable way to live life.
Killing animals to simply fulfill our excessive gastronomic urges is not only immoral but also appalling. Meat consumption is and has never been necessary for optimal nutrition. There are many diseases associated with the consumption of meat and animal products including: cancer, heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis, diabetes, and obesity among many others. Alternatively, many plant-based diets are proved to be healthier and are able to aid in reduce or even eliminate some of the risks. According to statistics from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, 1.45% of overall human deaths are caused by meat eating. This is due to all the antibiotics, hormones, and pesticides that are remained in the human body after the consumption of meat products. Moreover, meat