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An Investigation on the Trends, Rise and Evolution of Veganism

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Veganism is at an all-high and there is a growing acceptance among everyone. It is evolving very well and rapidly and that's a good sign because there is no other choice. There is no planet B.

PRIYADASHINI PATWA: ‘The year was 2000 and Veganism was far from the popularity it has gained today. The world saw a significant rise in the vegetarian diet and it has become the most in-vogue dietary trend. A quick jump to 2020 and every newspaper, social media you scroll through, Veganism finds its way in your day-to-day reading diet… The last couple of years have seen a great spike in the number of people turning vegan. But what is Veganism exactly? It is primarily a philosophical movement that rejects the death, suffering, and exploitation of animals. It’s an ethical consumer choice that one makes each day that creates all the difference.

The main reason for people to become vegan is primarily compassion for animals. It’s an idea of justice and putting it to the suffering and abuse of non-human victims. But others will do it for ecological or health reasons. “It begins simply with a strictly plant-based diet. And then we pay attention to the materials used for clothing. No wool, leather, silk, fur. We are also very attentive to cosmetic or household products, both in terms of composition and the fact that they are cruelty-free,” said Vegan expert Chef Sebastien Kardinal…

“I became a Vegan in 2007, due to several factors first, my health. Secondly, I realized that I was not comfortable with the idea of maintaining the animal farm. Last but not least, I fell in love with a vegan girl I’ve been with for 13 years. Out of respect for her, I changed the way I cook and consume. Veganism has allowed me to unleash my creativity and take up challenges,” he said…

Veganism is at an all-high and there is a growing acceptance among everyone. It is evolving very well and rapidly and that’s a good sign because there is no other choice. “There is no planet B. We know that meat and milk production is a scourge for the environment. So people must change their habits without delay. This message is beginning to be well understood and we can see that the movement is only at the beginning,” states Kardinal’.  SOURCE…

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