I turned vegetarian on the 26th of January 1970.
One of the reasons why I became vegetarian was because it is
an extension of my Pacifist, Humanitarian, and Atheist
I also became vegetarian because it means that one can grow
more food, and thus help to combat world starvation.
Even after the growth of the vegetarian movement, and after
all these years, I still find people asking just why I am Vegie,
or have very little idea upon just what a Vegie diet entails.
Once a year I go visit my doctor for a health check.
One of the queries I get a ‘well done’ for doing at these visits
results from my being Vegie.
Being vegetarian reduces the chance of developing many
medical conditions , such as stomach problems, high colostral
There is also another reason for being vegetarian: –
It helps in the struggle to stop climate change.
Because it takes less energy and petrochemical resources to
grow the crops which comprise a vegetarian diet.
This just goes to show that there is no such thing as one simple
reason as to why I became Vegie.
There is an old saying:
‘You are what you eat’.
In this time of climate change worries there should be a new
Your planet will change with what you eat.
Just think about it.