Eating meat and dairy and how this impacts your health

How eating meat and dairy impacts your health

Filling your plate with dead animal flesh, animal secretions and eggs, is a surefire way to enhance your chances at heart desease, obesity, diabetes and cancer.

Even impotence features in the list of ailments you can get from eating animals and their secretions.

Processed meats such as sausages and hotdogs have now been officially labeled as foods that increase your risk of cancer.

Here is very short video that will explain to you in a scientific but understandable way,why meat and dairy are so bad for you

Why meat and dairy are bad for you explained in 60 seconds

A healthy vegan diets supports good health and provides excellent protection against several serious diseases, including some of the biggest killers of all times which are of course heart desease and strokes.


By clicking on VIEW in the blue tab on the image right above, you will be taken to a great infographic by Peta on about whats in your food if you eat meat and dairy.  Because "meat" is not all you are eating when you are a meat eater. 

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics states that vegetarians and vegans enjoy a lower risk of death from ischemic heart disease, show lower blood cholesterol levels, considerably lower blood pressure, much lower rates of hypertension and type 2 diabetes.

The body mass index of vegans and vegetarians is much lower than that of meat eaters given the right alimentation, while of course fat vegans exist as well.

You can fill yourself with amazing vegan fast food, vegan pastries and vegan donuts and stuff and never lower your body mass. But, at least you are still a vegan :)

Well-planned vegan diets provide us with all the nutrients that we need, minus all the saturated fat, cholesterol, and contaminants found in animal flesh, eggs, and dairy.

Vegans and even vegetarians to a certain extend have stronger immune systems than their meat-eating friends; this means that they are less susceptible to everyday illnesses such as the flu. Vegans live 6 to 10 years longer than meat-eaters on average.

The good news is that it’s never been easier to go vegan. There are a gazillion websites, youtube videos and Facebook groups aimed at helping you #govegan.

Do yourself, the animals and the environment a favor!

Get healthy, save animals and leave a better world behind!


And if you want to see the most impactful full length documentary on the subject, please watch What The Health. Its available on Netflix and Amazon.