More Plants vs Animal Products - More Whole & Nutritious vs Processed - More Organic vs Toxic Pesticide Sprayed - More Local & Seasonal vs Imported & Foreign


And Eat All of It Mindfully & With Loads of Love

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Full Movie in English, French and Spanish

Full Movie in English with Spanish subtitles

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Full Movie in English with English subtitles

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More documentaries worth watching (not free I am afraid):

Before The Flood (really good one on the Planet)

Tomorrow (beautiful one on the Planet)

Forks Over Knifes (if your care about your health)

Food Matters (another one on health)

Hungry for Change (one more on health)

Earthlings (FULL MOVIE, unfortunately wix did not let me put video here, so just click the title for full movie, it's very cruel, but that's what it's like to be a farmed animal..)

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Livestock and their byproducts account for at least 32,000 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year, or 51% of all worldwide greenhouse gas emissions.

Even without fossil fuels, we will exceed our 565 gigatonnes CO2e limit by 2030, all from raising animals.

Cows produce 150 billion gallons of methane per day. Methane is 25-100 times more destructive than CO2 and has a global warming potential 86 times that of CO2 on a 20 year time frame.

Reducing methane emissions would create tangible benefits almost immediately.

Emissions for agriculture projected to increase 80% by 2050.

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2,500 gallons (more than 11,000 litters) of water are needed to produce 1 pound (around 0.5 kg) of beef; 

477 gallons (more than 2,000 litters) of water - 1 pound of eggs (7-8 medium eggs);  

almost 900 gallons (more than 4,000 litters) of water - 1 pound (around 0.5kg) of cheese;

1,000 gallons (more than 4,500 litters) of water - 1 gallon (around 4.5 litter) of milk.

Animal Agriculture is responsible for 20%-33% of all fresh water consumption in the world today. 

5% of water consumed in the US is by private homes. 55% of water consumed in the US is for animal agriculture.

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Livestock covers 45% of the earth’s total land.

Animal agriculture is the leading cause of species extinction, ocean dead zones, water pollution, and habitat destruction.

Largest mass extinction in 65 million years.

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A farm with 2,500 dairy cows produces the same amount of waste as a city of 411,000 people.

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3/4 of the world’s fisheries are exploited or depleted.

We could see fishless oceans by 2048.

For every 1 pound of fish caught, up to 5 pounds of unintended marine species are caught and discarded as by-kill. 

Scientists estimate as many as 650,000 whales, dolphins and seals are killed every year by fishing vessels.

Animal agriculture is responsible for up to 91% of Amazon destruction.

Up to 137 plant, animal and insect species are lost every day due to rainforest destruction.

26 million rainforest acres (10.8m hectares) have been cleared for palm oil production. 

136 million rainforest acres cleared for animal agriculture.

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Ten thousand years ago, 99% of biomass (i.e. zoomass) was wild animals. Today, humans and the animals that we raise as food make up 98% of the zoomass.

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70 billion farmed animals are reared annually worldwide.

More than 6 million animals are killed for food every hour.

Throughout the world, humans drink 5.2 billion gallons of water and eat 21 billion pounds of food each day.

Worldwide, cows drink 45 billion gallons of water and eat 135 billion pounds of food each day.

We are currently growing enough food to feed 10 billion people.

82% of starving children live in countries where food is fed to animals, and the animals are eaten by western countries.

Land required to feed 1 person for 1 year:

Vegan: 1/6th acre

Vegetarian: 3x as much as a vegan

Meat Eater: 18x as much as a vegan

World population in 1812: 1 billion; 1912: 1.5 billion; 2012: 7 billion.

World Population grows 228,000+ people everyday.

1.5 acres can produce 37,000 pounds of plant-based food.

1.5 acres can produce 375 pounds of beef.

A person who follows a vegan diet produces the equivalent of 50% less carbon dioxide, uses 1/11th oil, 1/13th water, and 1/18th land compared to a meat-lover for their food. 

Each day, a person who eats a vegan diet saves 1,100 gallons (5000 litters) of water, 45 pounds (20 kg) of grain, 30 sq ft (2.8 sq m) of forested land, 20 lbs (9 kg) CO2 equivalent, and one animal’s life.

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