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Animal Abuse: How You Can Prevent It From Happening

Animal abuse is one of the most important topics for us to discuss, but it’s also among the most difficult to contemplate. Animal lovers can’t understand the psychology behind animal abuse, yet it happens every day.

In many cases, abuse isn’t as obvious as one might think. For instance, a dog owner who leaves the animal outside in 100-degree temperatures without water or shade all day is abusing that dog, yet there might not be outward signs of the abuse.

Animal abuse also often takes place far from the public’s prying eyes. You wouldn’t know if your neighbor was abusing an animal unless he or she brought the activity outside where you could see it.


Veganism: 20 Powerful Reasons People Become Vegans

Veganism is one of the most powerful ways in which you can support animal rights, spare the planet, protect your body, and live without moral compromises. More people go vegan every day, and if you’re committed to this dietary lifestyle, you won’t find it as difficult to follow as you think. It is the single best action you can take.

Many still believe that veganism is unhealthy, unnatural, or impossible. None of those things are true. In fact, going vegan can actually make you healthier and keep you more in line with the natural order of things. Plus, if you think it’s impossible, maybe you should give yourself more credit.

Today, I’m sharing with you 20 powerful reasons people choose veganism over any other diet. I’ll explain why going vegan is important and how to make the switch.

Going Vegan: What You Need to Know to Make the Change

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People talk about going vegan all the time, but what does it really mean to go vegan in every aspect of your life? Many consumers need a blueprint for going vegan so they can adopt this lifestyle seamlessly.

That’s what I’m going to provide.

We’re not talking about a fad here. Veganism is growing in popularity all over the world, and many of your favorite celebrities, professional athletes, and influencers have gone vegan.

Vegan Benefits for Both People and the Environment

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If you aren’t aware of the many vegan benefits, you might want to sit down. How you approach your diet can have a massive impact on things like energy levels and long-term health, and eating a plant-based diet doesn’t just keep you healthy. It also keeps the planet healthy.

You might resist eating a vegan diet because, well, you were raised eating meat, dairy, and eggs. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t switch now. And it’s not as hard as it sounds.

Animal Rights Groups: What Are They and What Do They Do

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Animal rights groups exist for one reason: Because animals need them. Animals can’t fight for themselves beyond teeth and nails, which are essentially useless against human beings as a collective, so we have to do something to protect them.

People start new animal rights groups every day, whether they’re local, national, or global. We often think of animal rights as the fight to save household pets, but the truth is that animals need our help all over the world.

Elephants, sharks, zebras, cheetahs, killer whales, and hundreds of other animals are the subject of animal exploitation every day. Some are killed, while others are used for human purposes that affect their ability to thrive.

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Animal Rights Activists: What Are They & What Do They Do

Animal rights activists live all around the world and spend some or most of their time protesting or otherwise working against factory farming, and animal testing and other abuses of the animal kingdom. An animal activist believes that animals deserve to live happy, cruelty-free lives, and in addition does something towards a world where that is possible.

What many people don’t realize is that animal rights activists aren’t just the people you see holding up signs when you’re commuting to work in the morning. They’re certainly not violent protestors who burn down lab buildings with the animals inside.

In fact, they’re people you work with, people in your family, and people you pass on the street every day on your way to work. Sure, some of them do hold signs and attend protests. Others are animal rights activists in their own way.

So what are animal rights activists – and should you maybe be one, too? Let’s dive deep into this subject and figure out what animal activism really means for people who love animals.

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Animal Rescue: What It Is and Why You Should Get Involved

Animal abuse. The phrase likely sends shivers down your spine. Who wants to see an animal abused by a human being? That’s why we have animal rescue initiatives.

Unfortunately, some people don’t mind abusing animals when it serves their purposes. The good news is that you can help fight animal cruelty by understanding what it means and how you can help.

This is a tough topic to digest, but people who stand up against animal abuse send a strong message. Let’s talk about animal abuse and animal rescue, what they look like, and how you can help.


Vegetarianism: What It Means To Be A Vegetarian

Vegetarianism isn’t some new fad. In fact, the first vegetarian society was formed in England in the mid-1800s, and the practice dates back to Pythagoras — or perhaps even further.

People who choose a vegetarian diet do so for myriad reasons. Some don’t even have a reason other than the fact that they simply prefer fruits and vegetables to chicken breasts and filet mignon.

Regardless, vegetarianism has become a polarizing topic in today’s culture, and we’d like to break down some of the myths about this dietary preference and explain why it might be best for your health and well-being.


What Is a Vegan and Why You Should Consider Veganism

Unclear on what being a vegan means? You’ll find out here. Or do you want to be a vegan but aren’t sure where to start? That’s a common problem. If you’ve considered “going vegan,” you might need more facts to help you make an informed decision. Changing the way you eat is a significant endeavor, so you shouldn’t take it lightly.

Unfortunately, there’s a lot of misinformation out there about what vegan people eat and how they consume and use other products. We’re going to debunk those myths today.


What Are Free-Range Chickens?

Chickens and laying hens that have continuous access outside are considered “free-range” as labeled by the USDA. For egg-producing hens, this access must be available throughout their laying cycle. The outside area provided for the chickens is often enclosed by fencing and/or covered with netting.

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