Vegans for World Peace

1 billion humans are starving right now because we choose to feed their food to the animals we eat. 50,000 litres of drinking water goes into producing 1 kilo of beef. We can feed 7 billion humans much more efficiently than 100 billion+ land animals. We are wasting our resources. We will run out of clean water, deplete the soil of nutrients and collapse the ecosystem. And we are ignoring our moral obligation to protect innocent animals and people who cannot protect themselves. Yes animals in the wild eat flesh but they do not breed in captivity and confine their prey to spaces indoors without space enough to turn around or be comfortable for their entire lifetimes, living a life of torture. no animal is so cruel. once you give man a license to kill animals you give him permission to abuse, torture, confine, neglect, overcrowd, beat, cram in cages so small they never move, no exercise, no sunshine, EVER, no movement even, no medical care, cut up into pieces while conscious, skin alive, boil alive, etc etc etc NO ONE CARES! 100 billion a year we slaughter!!!!! and we kill another 1-3 trillion in the oceans. animals other than us are not capable of cultivating plant crops. we are. we do not need animal products to survive. some animals do need other animals to survive we are not one of them many have proven this. our intestines are long like herbivores and we have a back up emergency system we are abusing. its not good for our health and animal protein and fat creates disease in our body where plant protein and fat does not. we can derive all we need from plants and bacteria. If we focus on feeding the people directly we stop the torture and slaughter. if you eat meat dairy or eggs and you watch how they live you will see they suffer immensely. The taste for meat is not worth mass suffering beyond comprehension. just learn to cook the plants. and if you don't have the stomach to watch these videos its because you already know so stop eating eat meat dairy or eggs immediately! everyone can eat if we grow food for us rather than the animals. there is enough food for everyone but not enough to feed and care properly for so many animals! every social issue is solved by going to a plant based diet and provides a tangible way of knowing who is cruel and who believes all life is sacred. you can tell more about a person by how they treat an animal than anything else. the torture can stop but it takes each and every one of us to make it happen. violence is a choice. be your best self please. please change today. please change now. please just say no meat, no dairy and no eggs! please say no to lifetimes of starvation, torture, confinement, abuse, violence, slaughter. say no! Lets worship all life not just our own. Lets love and worship instead of destroy torture and exploit ok?! please we can do this!

Monday, August 22, 2016

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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

GutSense: Organic Probiotic For Dogs - Dr. Peter Dobias Vegan Probiotics for Canines

GutSense: Organic Probiotic For Dogs - Dr. Peter Dobias: "GUTSENSE - CERTIFIED ORGANIC PROBIOTIC FOR DOGS"



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Hi Diana,

Thank you for reaching out to us with your questions about our GutSense product.

GutSense is a live non-dairy formula.  Our capsules are a vegetarian capsule made from pullulan, which is naturally fermented from tapioca. They are starch-free, gluten-free, preservative-free, of vegetable origin and non-GMO with GRAS status. They are also certified vegan, non-GMO, Vegetarian Society, Halal and Kosher.

And all of our products are tested on people.

I hope I have helped to answer your questions.  Let us know if we can be of any further assistance.  Wishing you and your furry friends the best of luck!


With Gratitude,


Karen


Karen Brady
Healing Ambassador
Dr. Dobias Healing Solutions Inc. 

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