Is Veganism for you?


Cass Salot

Many people say they want to lose weight or eat better, or simply just get healthier, or do more to make the world a kinder place. All of this and more can be accomplished by being vegan. 
Becoming vegan, of course, has its pros and cons, but the biggest benefit is making the world a better place.
Veganism is simply the best way to help animals. Just by one person going vegan, they are saving nearly 200 animals per year. They are saving the animals and by that making them healthier and stronger by expanding their lifetime. By eliminating animals as a food source, they are more safe and comfortable in their living environment, by using their products we are constantly disrupting their cycle of living. 
One can also lose weight and have more energy. Vegans are on average up to 20 pounds lighter than meat-eaters. And unlike unhealthy fad diets that leave you feeling tired, going vegan allows you to keep the excess fat off for good and have plenty of energy.  
Going vegan may not be for everyone, but it certainly can change your views on life and the life of other living beings. Though many immediately reject the idea of becoming vegan, try to keep an open mind. 
Going vegan will also help the environment, from recycling our in-home garbage to cycling, we’re all aware of ways to live a greener life. Going vegan will decrease your Carbon Footprint by 73% According to a new study, a vegan diet is the “single biggest measure” that can be taken to reduce environmental pollution. One of the most effective things an individual can do to lower their carbon footprint is to avoid all animal products. 
Taking in all these key details, decide if veganism is the best personal fit.