Veganiste

Being Vegan in 2015

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Do you want to make the change to veganism but are not sure how? Are you looking for information and support but are not sure where to turn?

Veganiste was created by Cooper Finniss to give both vegans and those searching for more information on veganism a place to go to get all the information they may need. In today’s day in age, people are consistently looking for ways to better their lives, and some do so by making the conscious decision to cut out any products (including food, toiletries, and household items) that include any kind of animal or animal by-product. It can be a tough decision to make, but Veganiste is there to help you on your way, able to give you the pros and cons to making the life-altering decision to become a vegan.

This site is also a place for vegans to go if they have an interest in reading articles, recipes or need advice about what companies offer vegan alternatives or have cruelty free clothing lines, cosmetics and more. Being a vegan can be a difficult life change, but as long as you are well educated in the matter, the transition can be much easier than you think – Veganiste will be there to help you every step of the way.

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Why Being a Vegan has changed my Life.

1VEGAN FOR LIFE

Over the many years of TV commercials pounding me full of blatant misleading information about all sorts of topics i decided to give my life a major make over to instill more certainty into my everyday suburban average life.

I had always been a hog of information pursuing intellect and real new age knowledge over the next fad and who married Brad. The problem was there is way to much information out there that is just simple miss leading and also, there to make someone money at any cost.

I know this so far has nothing to do with being a vegan but i am sure that a little info about perspective may help with knowing where i am coming from and where my choices have come from.

 

You see i didn’t always decide to stick to this diet or should i call it a way of life. In my earlier years i spend a great deal of time studying for my own good learning how to eat right, exercise right, look right fit in and be a square among other colorful squares. The problem was i am not a square so no matter what social color i chose to be, it didn’t fit with me right, i was a triangle!

so i honed in on my own research, i decided that i would stop listening to ANYONE! sounds stupid right but it has been the best thing i could have done. I understand that life is all about what you think it is about and the mind controls every factor so to allow any other mind in to train yours is loosing your own personal touch.

This is where i decided to eat different foods and see how i felt, how productive my day was, how much information i could retain all with different diets. I had already created a life long test that was ongoing with all the food i ate and how it made me feel.

Subconsciously we know what food make us feel crap and what make us feel ecstatic to be alive!

I don’t exactly call myself a vegan because i will still eat other things if its in the food i buy but i sure do watch what i eat and the health benefits and savings are some of the easiest ways to improve your own life if your feeling down or depressed or things are not going your way.

We all create our own life and we choose what we accept as acceptable or not, this is what i mean when i tell people they are god, you live in heaven but your you don’t know it because you got bored of it so you chose to forget and act the fool.

Its not that i don’t care for animals and think it is cruel that made me go vegan food style on the 21 century. Being an extreme animal lover i truly care for them and i can see what the big industry are doing so i understand that its not going to stop. Being a vegan because you don’t want to eat something that is on this planet for us to eat seems a little silly, our body’s have adapted to eat meat and it is essential for optimal outcomes but it is not necessary to survive so it remains a choice amongst many.

I have no problem eating chicken, meat or any other non vegan food that has been hunted or has been free ranged. This food may have been grown to be eaten but you were grown to die to and that is life why let the natural goodness rot away when it can provide goodness?

Never mind all that however. While in melbourne at a business venture i had a heated argument with a kind young gentleman about his eating habits and why he was vegan. This young man said he was a vegan because what we done to animals for food was a disgrace and we should stop immediately. Of course i agreed however went on to ask him why he was in military uniform in which he replied that he was in the military and getting ready to go over seas to fight in the war.

I then asked him why he wanted to save the animals and yet fight other human beings to the death?

the young man replied saying that they are the enemy so it doesn’t matter to which i laughed and made him very upset.

If you are a true vegan and a vegan due to loving animals then surely you cant want to hurt another being no matter who you THINK they are right?

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