Veganism After COVID-19

Many devastating disease outbreaks come about because humans house animals in filthy, severely crowded farms and markets – breeding grounds for pathogens – in order to satisfy their meat habit.

Elisa Allen Director of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)

The above statement is very true and with the current crisis of COVID-19 it is clear that how we consume meat and dairy products must change. Think about this statement ‘If everyone in the World was Vegan then COVID-19 would never exist’

It’s not at all unusual for viruses and other pathogens to jump from animals into the human population. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 75% of emerging infectious diseases originate in animals. Kevin Olival, a disease ecologist and conservationist at EcoHealth Alliance, says, “When you bring animals together in … unnatural situations, you have the risk of human diseases emerging.”

In other words, many devastating disease outbreaks come about because humans house animals in filthy, severely crowded farms and markets – breeding grounds for pathogens – in order to satisfy their meat habit.

By encouraging and educating more people to move away or reduced the consumption of animals and animal products we can save our planet and equally save our human race.

Veganism is not a fad or a pop culture diet after COVID-19, it is in fact a way for the world to bring ourselves back in balance with our Earth, plus cleansing our mind, body and soul.

Be ready for change!