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Vegetarian2

  1. 1. Pratiwi Winata M9821802 Have you Have you hugged hugged vegetarian vegetarian today? today?
  2. 2. Contents Contents
  3. 3. Definition Definition Vegetarianism is the practice of a diet that excludes all meat, including poultry, game, fish, shellfish or crustacea, and slaughter by- products.
  4. 4. Types Types eat only fruit, fruit-like vegetables sometimes seeds and nuts Fruitarians unprocessed vegan foods have not been heated Raw Vegan no animal products no eggs, no dairy, no honey, etc Vegans do not eat any animals do eat eggs and dairy products. Ovo-Lacto Vegetarians Occasionally eat meat mostly eat vegetarian diet, Flexitarian/Semi-vegetarian
  5. 5. Your Health !! Hypertension Cancer Kidney Stones Heart Disease Devastating Stroke disease Heart disease and stroke, nearly 50% of all deaths in the U.S.
  6. 6. More Energy Most people, even health In fact, eating professionals, animal flesh mistakenly believe significantly that eating meat is reduces energy necessary for and contributes good health and towards overall ill strength. health
  7. 7. Avoid Toxic Food Contaminant Avoid Toxic Food Contaminant Salmonella, Trichinella and other worms, and Toxoplasmosis parasites fat-soluble, they concentrate in the fatty flesh of the animals dangerous poisons and contaminants such as hormones, herbicides and pesticides, and antibiotics
  8. 8. Design As Vegan Design our flat teeth are perfect for grinding grains and vegetables, not for tearing apart animal flesh. Our hands are designed for gathering, not for flesh-ripping Saliva contains alpha-amylase to digest the complex carbohydrates in plant foods The human digestive system is not designed for meat. (4-6 times longer)
  9. 9. Environment Care Environment A meat-eating American needs 3- 1/4 acres of cultivated farm land per year Vegetarians only require 1/6 acre per year
  10. 10. Help End World Hunger Help End World Hunger One acre of land can grow 20,000 pounds of potatoes ≈ used to grow cattle feed, can produce <165 pounds of edible cow flesh.
  11. 11. Right to Life Right
  12. 12. Moral &Ethic Moral Consumption of flesh foods has been scientifically linked with violent and aggressive behavior. Many great philosophers such as Plato, Socrates, Leo Tolstoy, and George Bernard Shaw have taught the morality of vegetarianism
  13. 13. Facts Facts It takes about 2,500 gallons of water to produce a single pound of meat The world's cattle alone (not including other livestock) consume food enough for 8.7 billion people Meat contains no essential nutrients that cannot be obtained in higher quality directly from plant sources. Cattle are responsible for 12% of the methane emissions Livestock production is responsible for about 85% of this erosion eat contains about 14 times more pesticides than plant foods; dairy products more than 5-1/2 times. There are 20 - 30 thousand animal drugs currently in use. Roughly 90% have NOT been approved by the FDA Many more…
  14. 14. Vegan Vegan
  15. 15. Vegan Vegan I've been a vegetarian for just over a year. I had my physical and am amazed. My cholesterol went from 250 to 190 (normal). My blood glucose dropped and I am starting to lose weight without dieting. I am no longer considered obese.
  16. 16. Vegetarian Food
  17. 17. Conclusion Conclusion 01. Benefit 02. Experience 03. Delicious Food
  18. 18. Thank You!

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