There are many pros to becoming any type of vegan or vegetarian. Vegetarians usually don’t eat as much saturated fat and cholesterol. Also, vegetarians usually get proper dietary fibers, folic acid, potassium, magnesium and vitamins C and E. Because of this lifestyle they are more likely to have a lower body mass index, lower blood pressure, and lower cholesterol. These factors help reduce the risk of chronic diseases. Scientists discovered most vegetarians
In this article it state merely only pros of being a vegetarian. Some pros it suggest is that it will keep your weight down and that it really is not as hard as most people think. I plan on using the positive point of view and sides it takes up to help support the facts I provide. Zogby, John. "Frequently Asked Questions -- The Vegetarian Resource Group."
As a result, the patient was able to reduce prescribed medication and eventually saved money. The benefits of eating plant-based diet have shown that health conditions can be improved. According to the research and testimonies, Forks Over Knives encourages people to change from meat diet to plant-based diet since researches found that health conditions such as obesity and high blood pressure can be reversed hence a person will be able to improve health and save life. Moreover one source in the film, Dr. Esseltyn also discovered that consuming high amount of fruits and vegetables could deter cancer cell growth that will save lives. The film also points out that processed food could trigger cancer cells to reproduce and to prevent reproduction plant based diet was recommended.
The Dalai Lama simply and humbly replied “I eat what is served.” There are a lot of people who have specific preferences towards what they eat for many different reasons. The more popular of these special dietary choices are vegetarians and vegans. Vegetarians do not eat meat of any kind but will eat eggs or dairy products and vegans do not eat any food that comes from animals in any way In “Pro-Animal, Pro-Life,” Eberstadt uses an ethical and moral argument to debate in favor of the benefits a vegetarian diet holds over carnivorous or omnivorous dietary lifestyles. Although Eberstadt seems to be passionate about her point of view, she uses manipulative writing and exploits the delicate nature of human emotion to back up her own claims, all the while overlooking important factual and rational aspects of the issue, but uses deceivingly relevant events and facts from history to ease up the persuasion process of the reader towards her favor. The article “Pro-Animal, Pro-Life” by Mary Eberstadt is about the relationship between vegetarianism and veganism with abortion.
Meat Morality Many animal rights activists claim that the act of eating meat contributes to animal cruelty. Michael Pollan would refute this claim saying that we, as humans, can and should eat animals as long as we treat them with respect while they are alive. In his article, “An Animal’s Place”, Michael Pollan addresses the moral issue of whether or not it is right to consume animals. He goes to great lengths to research this topic to find a justification to eat meat. He does a great job supporting his opinion that we should be able to eat animals, by using narratives, compare and contrasts, and citing experts that he researched.
Considering all these arguments, I think the factory farming should be allowed to produce meats and eggs. The reasons are, we can get meats in cheaper prizes, the animals are healthier to eat, and factory farms do not harm environment a lot. First of all, we can get meats in cheaper prizes when we buy
She claims that the Prius became a standard for environmentalism because of its low emissions, however the real issue is not vehicle emissions, but it is raising a preparing livestock for food.Freston continues by saying that a large issue is the gases produced, not only carbon dioxide but methane and nitrous oxide and that these gases come primarily from farmed animals. She ends by claiming becoming vegetarian has never been easier due to the immense amount of vegetarian friendly foods that have come about in recent years. The main appeal of the essay is the logical appeal. Freston uses hard evidence from sources such as reports published from the United Nations which concluded, “The livestock sector emerges as one of the top two or three most significant contributors to the most serious environmental problems, at every scale from local to global.” (800)This is effective because is shows the reader that the issue of environmental problems is even being noticed by the United Nations. Freston continues by stating “the U.N. report says almost a fifth of global warming emissions come from livestock - that’s more emissions than from all of the world’s transportation combined.” (800) This can be alarming for the reader and is effective
INTRODUCTION Specific Purpose: To persuade the audience about eating broccoli or asparagus can lead to a healthy lifestyle. Attention Device: I do eat a whole array of vegetables. Eating vegetables has given me the nutrients my body needs in order to be healthier. Improper diet can cause many major health problem, we must change our diet in order to impact our overall daily well-being. Topic Revelation Statement: I will persuade the audience about eating broccoli or asparagus that can lead to a healthy lifestyle.
For example dishes can be shown to a resident to help them make a choice. It is important to encourage an individual to eat a well-balanced diet and make choices for themselves. As well as supporting we should promote and maintain independence as often as possible. We also must actively support the resident to do as much as they can independently and encourage maximising their own potential: For example if they spill a drink pass them a paper towel and let them help clean it up by themselves. To resolve any difficulties we should give choices and let them decide, given more details about the food to help them choose and information needed.
THREAT The biggest threat for Dunkin’ Donuts is that people are moving to healthier ways of eating. Environmental organizations are encouraging people to consume less meat. Because meat is not only bad for your health, but also contributes greatly to deforestation. We need more land to feed animals in order to serve their meat to everyone. However, animals need a large amount of land to raise.