WHAT IS VEGANISM?
“Veganism” means living in recognition of the fact that other animals have the fundamental rights not to be used, owned or killed by humans. Vegans, therefore, avoid participation in exploitation of non-human animals for food, clothing, research, entertainment, labour or any other use, in so far as is possible and practicable.
WHY GO VEGAN?
Like us, animals can suffer and feel joy, and they should be able to live their lives however they wish. Animals are sentient, that is, they are conscious and they can feel emotions and a broad range of sensations. By eating animals, we’re condemning them to a miserable life and a terrible death. Just in the UK, 4 million animals are killed in slaughterhouses and tens of millions of aquatic animals are slaughtered every day. By what right do we take their lives?
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HOW TO REPLACE ANIMAL PRODUCTS?
More and more plant-based products are becoming available for us to replace animal products. The offer of plant-based alternatives is growing steadily, and nowadays it’s really easy to find them in supermarkets and in organic and vegan stores.
It’s been scientifically proven by multiple professional health organizations that a balanced plant-based diet is good for our health in any stage of the life cycle.