Going Vegan

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Some of us own pets, a dog, cat, pig, the list is endless. Now try picture your lovely pet being slaughtered for a meal. How does it make you feel? Does it please you? Does it concern you? Are you all of sudden feeling emotionally filled with remorse? I believe most of us would sue if someone decided to make a barbecue out of our pets. I know I would, and I would call it an act of violence against an un-armed being.

If you are not a vegan, please go vegan. Veganism is non-violence to animals that we all love and cherish. A chance for us to show the love we have towards our animals. It should be our moral obligation to stand in for animals and make it known that they do matter. We need lively animals to cheer us up when we are down and depressed. Don’t you have those moments when you just want someone, not to talk back at you, but to just sit and listen to your frustrations? Animals do just that. They would stare straight into your eyes to a point you would think they really understand your pain. Some would even nod in agreement. Before long, all your worries would fly out the window. All thanks to your pet, ‘Tom’.
At our workshops this is the feeling we share with animals. We want to protect them. We offer you the best opportunity to show your love for them by changing your diet. Going vegan takes care of you while minding your pet’s well-being. It is like killing two birds with one stone. (Quite an ironic phrase at this stage right?).

We offer you a chance to get creative with your food. I bet you didn’t know that there are over 20 million varieties of edible plants out there. This means you have numerous ways of preparing your preferred dish and in a healthy yet nutritious way.

A well planned vegetable diet ensures you get all your nutrients in the recommended portions while avoiding wastages. This translates to you saving money and doing justice to our planet earth. Animal products’ manufacturing, pollute our environment way worse than a leaking gas pipe. The chemicals used to prepare them, store them and keep them fresh are all carcinogenic substances. This translates to cancer causing cells in our bodies. Vegetable greens wade off such kind of cells meaning our health is top-notch as a vegan.

We implore you to join the veganism wagon. Let us together make a change for our generation and that to come. Gift yourself this knowledge at our workshop courses. Our guarantee to you is you will be glad you took this ‘nutritious’ step.