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Can the vegetarian diet save the planet in the long run?
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Normally humans including me and you eat about 230m tonnes of animals a year, double the maximum amount as we did thirty years past. We largely breed four species chickens, cows, sheep and pigs – all of which require huge amounts of food and water, emit methane series and different greenhouse gases and turn out mountains of physical waste. However how much stress will our meat-eating placed on ecological systems? It’s quite cars, planes and all alternative forms of transport put along. I am writing my essay paper on this topic. This is some details about the given topic.  



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I understand what do you write about. I wrote few essay about it. It's unfinished theme.

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It is something which requires a lot of attention. I don’t think most of us are aware about the ecological imbalance created by the unscientific food practices of humans. Vegetarian diet practices can be a good idea to keep the stability of ecosystem.   addiction treatment centers



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I think the vegetarian diet will help the people to save the planet. Daily we are consuming chicken and other meats and is not good for the health. Overeating of these food items will result in many health problems. So be alert and become a vegetarian. www.make-up-by-cory-denver.com



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