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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 To Meat or Not to Meat: Diet Affects on the Environment www.HomeBusinessCenter.com/123.html Omnivores Vegetarians Vegans An animal or personthat eats both plants and meat. a person who does not eat or use animal products. There type of diet helps the immunesystem be healthier and stronger A lot of the protein products have important vitamins such as B12. Beef has the highest environmental cost of just about any food going. 1 cows annual output of methane is about 220.462lbs. It will take 2,500 gallons of water for cows to make 1 pound of meat but 25 gallons for 1 pound of wheat. Vegans have trouble eating really important vitamins from vegetables that are only on meat products such as B12, Vitamin D3,Creatine. Several studies show that a plant-based diet increases the body's metabolism, causing the body to burn calories up to 16% than the body would from a meat-based diet for at least 3 hours after meals Vegans, like vegetarians also have problems consuming important vitamins that mostly come from meat products. Approximately 5% of the US is vegetarians close to (16 million people), and about half of those are vegans and that means 7.5 million Americans abstain eating animals Vegans tend to lower rates of cancer than meat-eaters and vegetarians. For example, vegan woman had 34% lower rates of female-specific cancers like breast, cervical, and ovarian cancer. Similar result found in men for prostate cancer Turning vegan will reduce green house gases,but if we demand more vegetables it will force other farmers to cut down forest for more farming are for vegetables such as potatoes,corn,lettuce and other healthy vegetables. a person who does not eat meat, and sometimes other animal products, especially for moral, religious, or health reasons. Demanding meat products will cause for more animal farms and lead to cutting down forest area for bigger farming area and animal farms cause more greenhouse gases than 5 buses in a day. You will need to understand that even if we choose one path, it will still have bad effects in the environment no matter how we think about it. Meat-based products will cause green house gases but Vegetable based products will cause to cut down more forest for growing crops. So in our perspective we can only balance the meat and the vegetables and not have more than the other.
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