Many say “the cow is already dead, if I don’t eat the meat, it will go to waste.” I can see your point of view. On the other hand, if you keep eating meat, you will be feeding the supply and demand chain. If there is no demand, the cows won’t be killed for meat. Instead of raising cows, those cattle farms could turn to plant farms. Makes sense?
You might say that it will never happen. If you take a look at the food evolution on the last few years, you will notice an increasing demand for organic products, grass fed cows and free range chickens. We have markets exclusively dedicated to organic products. Farmer’s markets are popping all over the country.
News about the dairy industry is starting to mention the raising consumption of soy milk, almond milk, rice milk, and coconut milk.
Change starts with one step in the right direction. Suddenly, it gets a momentum that revolutionizes the old assumptions. At one point in history, people believed the Earth was flat.
Nowadays, we hear more and more about plant-based diets, raw diet, whole foods, non- GMO produce, gluten-free, lactose-free, non-processed foods and the list keeps growing.
I won’t suggest that you change all at once. Start by incorporating vegetables and fruits to your plate and reducing the amount of meat. Once you begin to enjoy it, try to eat vegan for one week. Once feel more energetic and your skin clears up, try it for a month.
Check out the great blogs full of delicious and easy vegan recipes or visit a cool vegan restaurant.
Let me know how it goes.