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Is Your Diet a Killer—or a Lifesaver?

Written by PETA | January 3, 2012

There are countless things that we can do that endanger our lives, but there’s one thing we can do that can not only help us live longer but also save many more lives at the same time: adopting a vegan diet.

Around 16 billion (that’s “billion” with a “b”) animals are slaughtered each year to feed Americans, which works out to more than 100 animals per meat-eater in the U.S. But you’re smart—you do the math. And then do the smart thing: Go vegan.

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  • Anonymous says:

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  • Gojo says:

    I am so glad i’m a carnivore,-I’m healthier And i don’t kill animals,-Go Carnivores!

  • realist says:

    Humans are animals too. We were designed to eat flesh as well as plants. Why fight it? Work towards humane animal treatment and healthy balanced diets. No meat is just another extreme diet like Atkins. Learn to live with balance as humans did for tens of thousands of years.

  • billy williams says:

    I am so glad i’m a vegan,-I’m healthier And i don’t kill animals,-Go Vegan!