Heart-Centered Humans for Animals' Rights and Protection
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Leading scientists agree that animal agriculture
is the leading cause of all environmental
destruction and species extinction.
The energy deficits from animal agriculture.
Confined animal feeding operations and pollution.
Dispelling misconceptions that commodifying or killing
others for food could ever be considered humane.
Chart with the age at slaughter vs. natural lifespans.
Love One Yet Eat The Other?
In reality, the animals that become food are
fundamentally the same as those we call our pets.
How animal industries operate.
Numerous videos, most about 10 minutes or less,
featuring leaders dedicated to inspiring humane living
efforts throughout the world and educational documentaries.
All nutrients needed and food sources. Recommendations
of plant-based replacements for all animal products.
Nutrients We Need
Focused on nutrients assumed to be only- or mostly-
available in animal products.
Plenty of Protein
Charts of protein in plant foods. What comprises protein
and how much we need.
Varieties of food for different lifestyles and preferences.
Food Replacements for Animal Products
Plant-based dairy, chicken, beef, pork, turkey, eggs.
National guides, phone apps, restaurants and stores.
Plant-based nutrition is best for everyone!
Doing Our Best
A heart-warming video by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau.
Advocate for Good
Ways to help educate and inspire others.
History and explanation of the term "vegan."
Link to the "Why Vegan" brochure.
Empathy is the seed of compassion. Meet animals, fowl, and
fish, discover their social natures, their unique intelligences. They need to live free, just like us!
Why do we have less respect for those who are different
from us, and disregard their interests in life?
Choices & Beliefs
How we are conditioned to eat certain species while
loving and respecting other species. "Our choices always
stem from out beliefs" (Melanie Joy, PhD).
Food inequities throughout the world and intensive
amounts of waste and pollution typically affect
Omnivore or Herbivore?
Dr. Sofia Pineda Ochoa presents evidence regarding
why humans are herbivores (plant-eaters).
What the science says, by Dr. Michael Greger
Health Risks to Humans
Livestock production and consuming animal products
are extremely destructive to our health.
Do Plants Have Feelings?
Researchers find plants respond to their environment
and have developed survival "instincts."
Q & A
Common questions answered.
Thoughts and perspectives from numerous people.
Declaration of Animal Rights
What is meant by animal "rights?"
Why is it important to understand these rights?