What is being vegan? 

“Veganism is just a result of your own compassion towards all beings. And compassion is simply a realization of your  connection to nature. When you connect with your nature, with all the beings, or all of existence, you will spontaneously become compassionate with everyone.”

-Ashutosh Nirvadyaachari, Animal activist

In a Vegan World, we can sequester more carbon on the land that is freed up from animal agriculture than all the carbon added to the atmosphere from fossil fuel burning and land use changes since 1750. Many of us are already vegan in our hearts. The birthing of a post pandemic vegan world will likely be viewed as the ”greatest transformation in human history” even though it is just a return home to who we really are.  
It is time to consider a fundamental rethinking of our relationship with animals and nature in a post pandemic world, while simultaneously addressing our environmental problems holistically. Becoming vegan is becoming the new normal.
“VEGAN” is “Vitally Engaged Guardians of Animals and Nature”.
(credit: www.climatehealers.org)

Here are some of the most common benefits of being vegan.

Reduce risk of mortality from obesity
Lowers cholesterol
Reduce risk of heart disease
Lowers chances of certain cancers
Manages diabetes by reducing AC1 levels
Metabolism benefits
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