Monday, May 2, 2011

Provegan.info

Information about the healthiest of all Diets and its effects on the world's Climate, the Environment, Animal Rights and HUMAN RIGHTS

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http://www.provegan.info/

Decades ago, the brilliant physicist Albert Einstein said the following:

“Nothing will benefit human health and increase the chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet .”

These clear words seem even more amazing when one considers that they were spoken at a time when people knew little about how the food on their plate affected their health or how it was connected to the environment, the world’s climate, world hunger, animal rights and human rights. If Albert Einstein had been familiar with current scientific evidence, surely his words would have been a bit different:

“Nothing will benefit human health and increase the chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegan diet.”

A vegan diet is one that contains no animal products. If well planned and well balanced, it is the healthiest diet one can follow, benefi ting the environment, the world’s climate, animals and humans. Because following a vegan diet and a vegan lifestyle can bring such great benefi ts to each and every one of us, I have decided to publish this little booklet for the sake of society – especially for our children and grandchildren – as well as for the benefi t of the environment, the world’s climate and animals. In order to make the healthiest decisions for ourselves and the planet, we need to have the best available information.

This brochure and the website www.ProVegan.info are a contribution in the fight against the unlimited madness of mankind. The resulting devastating effects are consciously or unconsciously ignored by most people. The majority of people are (still) willing to cause global warming, to torture and kill animals, to support the starvation of millions of people, to plunder the oceans, and to ruin their own health just because of their taste preferences for animal products.

Of course, it is also important to understand that following a vegan diet does not mean that we have to miss out on anything. Quite the contrary – a vegan diet is a pure feast, as numerous vegan cookbooks and restaurants have proved.

Dr. Ernst Walter Henrich

Here you can find all the answers

The Physicians' Committee for Responsible Medicine is a nonprofit medical organization for preventive medicine, clinical research, and higher standards for ethics and effectiveness in research.
http://www.pcrm.org/health/veginfo/nutritionfaq.html

ADA (American Dietetic Association) position paper on the health advantages of vegetarian and vegan diets, 2009:
http://www.eatright.org/About/Content.aspx?id=8357&terms=vegan

A recent study published on October 21, 2009 by the renowned World Watch institute, authors Goodland and Anhang concluded that over 51% of greenhouse gases (GHGs) emissions come from Livestock. So the consumption of meat, milk, dairy products and eggs are by far the main reason for climate change.
http://www.worldwatch.org/files/pdf/Livestock%20and%20Climate%20Change.pdf

Report of Dr. Christiane M. Haupt, a veterinarian, about her experience within the meat industry.
http://www.vegetarismus.ch/heft/98-2/schlacht-en.htm

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