Veganism is a diet and lifestyle that seeks to exclude the use of animals for food, clothing, or any other purpose.
Those who follow this diet, will endeavor to not use or consume animal products of any kind. The most common reasons for becoming a vegetarian is a moral or ethical commitment, conviction on animal rights, the environment, human health, and religious or spiritual concerns.
Of particular concern are the practices involved in factory farming and animal testing, and the intensive use of land and other resources for livestock production.
This topic is covered once again with the first issue posted by me "what we can do to leave the tightrope" because, as the initial issue of our blog, "what we can do to stop global warming" and that makes us be on the tightrope, to answer these questions for me is simple: We must change our habits common, like our homes and customs.
And it is there that enter this comment ... Our common experiences are not the most correct. It is the moment when we must begin to think about the practices involved in factory farming and animal testing, and the intensive use of land and other resources for livestock production. Apart from being a pure activity of cruelty to animals (who deserve good conditions so as ours), these crops pose a threat to our own health because the waste produced by these animals are not reused ...
They are released to rivers or linen Aquatics underground, threatening our health and even worse, the ecosystems of other animals ... Is the right thing to do?
http://www.meatrix.com/ - website that explains better all this question of animal cruelty