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  1. Introduction
  2. Reasons to be vegetarian or vegan
  3. A choice for less of cruelty
  4. Consumption
  5. The origin of our ideas and to call in case
  6. Reactions that we meet
  7. Fats and meat consumption of animal
  8. The natural
  9. Instinct of conservation
  10. References

Being vegetarian or vegan is nothing extraordinary, what is difficult is to take the step to have the energy, strength of character to stand out from the current majority and fulfill the daily difficulties associated with their choice. The difficulties are not, contrary to what many may think of non-vegetarians, finding a balance in the vegetarian or vegan diet. Being vegetarian or vegan is very simple that way. The problem is rather live in a society where nothing is suitable for us, where vegetarianism and veganism are a minority and are not always well tolerated. The texts that constitute this brochure are intended to share with you (or, you know) our point of view. The first chapter, where we expose the reasons for our choices, will appear, perhaps, some who continue to eat meat, as being excessive. The goal is not to assault charge but give you the energy to stand out from the mass of humanity to move towards vegetarianism or veganism. Unfortunately, to challenge the ideas and habits that we have given our parents and society, we must address these points, perhaps annoy omnivores: we would prefer to do otherwise, but how? Maybe should we not feel targeted as a person we just denounce the mechanisms and ideas that make human use of animals for food?

[...] While consumption of meat is it, producing catastrophic pollution, and even considering methods of food production craft, those that are less polluting ones are vegan. Animal feces, which are defined as "natural", represent a dramatic pollution when they are in large quantity. So why the "ecologists" do they not prefer a vegan? Their logic variable geometry fits well with what gives them the least concerned. For them, it is that humans continue to exercise its authority over all animals in the slaying. [...]

[...] It's easy to feel better about ourselves by buying ready his piece of meat and seeking by every means not to see the implications of their purchase. It's easy to lament his fate and be unable to make any effort not to abuse the weak. Sorry, but I do not want to live the killing and trade bodies. Give birth to creatures raise and care as if they were her children and then kill them to feed their bodies, it is degrading to him who does it. [...]

[...] Each is being made to live his own life and not to serve meat suffering to others. - "The law also protects animals Consumption: In France, legislation designed to protect pets, dogs and cats, are already routinely flouted. Regarding the slaughter of animals known, these laws are very flexible. Livestock are herded away from view, and all inquiries into their lives (and death) are systematically discouraged by the livestock industry. Health surveillance is not even guaranteed: evidenced by surveys that are followed in the media about the "traffic" of the meat. [...]

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