Vegetarians don’t eat any animals, including pigs, chickens, cows, fish, and all others. In addition to not consuming any animal flesh, a vegan also doesn’t consume dairy milk, dairy cheese, eggs, or any other product derived from an animal.
Why Choose Dairy-Free?
People are led to believe that animals used to produce dairy “products” (milk, cheese, etc.) and eggs are treated humanely, but that’s simply not true.
The dairy industry is just as cruel as the meat industry, and they work in tandem. Many newborn calves are taken from their mothers after only a couple of days and put in veal crates. Check out the 18 images Big Dairy doesn’t want you to see to learn more.
And here are 21 things the egg industry doesn’t want you to see, showing that there is just as much cruelty behind egg production.
Save the Environment …
A 2013 Loma Linda University study found that vegans have greenhouse-gas footprints that are 41.7 percent smaller than meat-eaters’ footprints and 13.9 percent smaller than vegetarians’.
… and Animals
A vegan saves more than 100 animals per year. Use this handy resource to calculate how many animals you’ve saved so far on your vegan journey!
A Cornucopia of Vegan Food and Ways to Go Vegan
You can make your transition to a vegan lifestyle as easy as one, two, three.
Here are our top six tips for new vegans to help you out as well.
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