Vegan quotes speak directly to the advantages and benefits of a true vegetarian diet. This choice, however, is not a universal decision. Each person must decide what to eat and this may be
in relation to what is more available than it is to a choice based on some level of a moral argument.
The authors cite various viewpoints. Some writers suggest that a strict vegan diet far outweighs any negatives, and, in fact, would argue that there are no drawbacks whatsoever.
Other authors argue that there is a compromise that still meets the moral arguments made in relation to preventing the killing of animals. Others, make the claim that a true"vegan" diet is
harmful to health. In the long run, each person must make their own choices of what to eat.
Like everything in life, there are often pros and cons that need to be investigated and decisions made as a result.
The vegan diet is one of the most popular diet programs that is believed to have many potential health benefits. This kind of diet primarily aims to eliminate animal products.
Polly Martin, Vegan Ice Cream
There are three basic reasons why you should become a vegetarian. First, a vegetarian diet is good for health. Second, it is a contribution to the welfare of animals. Third, becoming a vegetarian is good for the environment.
Rahul Verma, 10 Reasons To Become A Vegetarian
A vegan diet eliminates all animal-related foods, including seafood, dairy, honey, meat, and poultry.
Thomas O’Neal, The Beginner's Guidebook to a Plant-based Diet
If you choose to be vegan, then that is your choice ...The best thing about the plant-based diet is that you can easily adapt its principles to fit your personal needs.
Brandon Pot, Plant Based Diet For Beginners
Vegan cooking is so not hard when you have really good ingredients.
Joe Yonan, Cool Beans
Short Positive Quotes
I've always known that Asian cultures approach vegetables with creativity and spark. This is no coincidence, as much of Asian cooking is authentically vegetarian—and very often vegan.
Patricia Tanumihardja, Farm to Table Asian Secrets
In our experience, people often come to veganism because of three main reasons - animal welfare, the environment, or health and well being. It is normally all three that then play a part in us “staying" vegan.
Brighde Reed, 12 Months Till Vegan
I believe it’s easier to transition to vegan if you first become vegetarian; likewise, it’s easier to adopt a whole food, plant-based diet if your first foray still includes some familiar ingredients.
Matt Frazier, The No Meat Athlete Cookbook
Indian vegetarian foods are perhaps the most flavorful and the most varied in the entire world.
Madhur Jaffrey, Vegetarian India
... those longings— for compassion, for sustainability, for an equitable distribution of resources—are not served by the philosophy or practice of vegetarianism. We have been led astray.
Lierre Keith, The Vegetarian Myth
Probably more people are attracted to vegetarianism for moral reasons... most vegans end up vegans because they don't want to feel culpable for any part of the raising and killing of animals.
Suzanne Havala Hobbs, Living Vegetarian For Dummies
Our dream is that all those who choose a vegetarian diet succeed brilliantly.
Vesanto Melina; Brenda Davis, The New Becoming Vegetarian
To be a vegan, or vegetarian, or fruitarian is all a matter of personal choice. However, the choice should not be emotional or nonfactual but, instead, based on either a moral or scientific basis.
Theodore W. Higgingsworth
I never chose to be a vegan until I was forced to eat that way because I had no other choice - there was nothing else to eat.
Freddy J. W. Parkes
Poems About Change
Every person always has choices. Some choices are easy like the option to be a vegan, or, to eat whatever is openly available. Other range of
choices, conscious or unconscious, however, will affect future generations.
Byron R. Pulsifer
Dietary choices and spiritual beliefs are profoundly linked... the early Christian church relentlessly persecuted vegetarians. And some of the early gnostic leaders ... were even fruitarians.
Steven Budden, EdenBound
Books favoring vegetarianism say nothing of the damaging qualities of vegetables and cereals. Those favoring carnivorism carefully omit the damaging properties of flesh.
Prof. Hilton Hotema, Man’s Higher Consciousness