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Most people choose a vegan lifestyle for one or more of the following three reasons:
Whether you identify closely with ethical, environmental, or health-related reasons for going vegan, choose this lifestyle for yourself. While it’s important to consider other people and animals, and the planet, when making lifestyle choices, it also needs to be a personal choice.
Many vegans choose this lifestyle for ethical reasons, many of which relate directly to how animals are raised and affected by what we choose to eat, wear, and purchase. Vegans believe animals are equals to humans, which means we don’t eat them or use them for food or fur, or exploit them for labor.
Most meat animals are raised by factory farming practices, which means the treatment and conditions of the animals being raised for food and products are often harsh, dirty, inhumane, and cruel. These animals generally live in small quarters with little room to move and are fed in a way that fattens them quickly rather than naturally. These animals don’t live the long, happy lives they deserve.
In addition to treating animals equally, we understand that the welfare of animals equals the welfare of humanity. Humanity is responsible for deforestation, global warming, the usage of pesticides, unsustainable practices, and more, which, in turn, is causing the extinction of one million species of animals.
Species extinction, however, is only a symptom of a much larger problem. While terribly sad, species extinction will also affect humans and our way of life concerning food, water, energy, and human health. In short, what we consume impacts not just animals, but the entire planet, including other people.
Those who choose a vegan lifestyle do so not just for the animals, but for everyone on Earth and the Earth itself. By choosing to eat, wear, and live vegan, we are able to nurture and heal the planet – one choice at a time.
Many vegans choose this lifestyle to improve their health. Some vegans face an illness or health-related condition and they choose to combat it naturally by eating vegan. Other vegans pursue this diet to optimize their health.
Going vegan can help you:
If you’re vegan, check out our vegan apparel and stickers. You’ll notice that we have a variety of items that showcase exactly why you chose this lifestyle, which can be a great way to start deep conversations.
Why are you vegan or considering veganism? Let us know in the comments.