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All Humans Should Be Vegan.
All humans should be vegan.
A vegan diet is healthier for humans.
If all humans were vegan, animals would not be killed or made to suffer needlessly, which is the moral thing to do.
A world of veganism would be a more ethical world: this would bring moral benefits to human society.
Individuals who follow a vegan lifestyle are better off than those who don't.
People can make minimal, practically unnoticeable vegan substitutions of non-vegan consumer products. That way, people will not miss out on aspects of their previous lifestyle.
Veganism as a worldwide behavioral
public health intervention strategy
A vegan society would be better for the environment.
The meat production industry is itself unethical.
Humans should feel free to choose any food they want.
Humanity becoming vegan does not resolve all the issues it tries to fix.
Veganism is not feasible for less privileged societies or individuals.
Veganism is too hard for people to follow and adopt, making a vegan world nearly impossible.
Being vegan would limit people's opportunities for experiences important to one's development and life.
A vegan diet lacks specific essential nutrients.
Humans evolved to eat meat and, as it's in our nature, we cannot and should not change.
Is it acceptable for vegans to give their pets a vegan diet?
Should vegan/vegetarian parents feed their kids the same diet?
Is eating meat ethically wrong?