Veganism is an ethical choice.!.

If we compare the greenhouse gases released due to livestock and traffic, which are more? Livestock production causes 15% of greenhouse gases, which cause global warming. They therefore cause more damage to the environment than the entire transport infrastructure, which includes cars, freight, rail and air transport. Protecting the environment comes with energy-saving light bulbs … Continue reading Veganism is an ethical choice.!.

Can a consumer society become responsible for animals, their own health and the environment?

Slaughterhouses are death factories. We all know they exist. Those who buy their products support them to continue their work. Slaughterhouses are not to blame for killing animals, livestock farmers are not to blame, for them it is just a matter of survival. It is the fault of the consumers to whom this business is … Continue reading Can a consumer society become responsible for animals, their own health and the environment?

10 reasons to become vegan

The word “vegan” was first used in 1944 by Donald Watson of the Vegan Society of Great Britain, who wrote: “Veganism is a way of life that tends to exclude (as far as possible and feasible) all forms of cruelty and exploitation of animals for food, clothing and other purposes.” Becoming vegan and supporting veganism … Continue reading 10 reasons to become vegan

Vitamin C: What is true and what is not???????

Vitamin C is considered to be the most important antioxidant that will protect your skin from harmful free radicals. It is an extremely important vitamin, which is also crucial for the formation of collagen, so it prevents skin aging and at the same time ensures its elasticity. What is vitamin C? Vitamin C, also known … Continue reading Vitamin C: What is true and what is not???????