Whole Food Plant Based No Added Oil

Whole Food Plant Based No Added Oil
Whole Food, Plant~Based, Oil~Free Vegan, NO processed oils, Minimal Sugar Dietary Guidelines Food Pyramid

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Do You Support Torture? Say, "No!" and Come Vegan

Do you support torture?

Do you know what torture is? Inflicting severe pain on someone, including death. Animals are someone too.
I used to eat dairy and I was an #ignorantvegetarian and I believed the lies I was told and sold. #industrylies 

But one day I wanted to be more knowledgeable. I had become vegan, but met with lots of resistance from family and well-meaning people. That sparked my interest in learning more about so-called organic free-range dairy farms. And my journey into education lead me to learn about the torture and suffering that goes into any industry that uses animals in any way whatsoever. In any form. There is no possible way to kill animals without torturing and abusing them. Some people have said to me that they are raised to be killed for consumption and so therefore somehow that makes it acceptable or less terrible. I consider that to be willful ignorance. How can you truly be that blind?

So do you support torture? People wondering how you can give up cheese or whatever dairy product you like, for me it's simple, every drop of dairy is infused with horrific suffering, pain, abuse, and torture. I find it to be some of the worst stuff on Earth. Please ask yourself this honestly, do you support torture?

Even if you're eating dairy and meat while you are reading this, there is still hope! Put it down, throw it away, and make a promise to yourself right now that you will never again knowingly and willingly support Industries and products that bring harm and torture to creatures who are innocent and deserve our protection and love.

#vegan #veganlife #govegan #comevegan #oilfree #healyourself #eatyourpeace#stopeatingdeath #stopsupportingtorture #vegansaresexy #veganlove#bevegan #dontbecruel #willfullyignorant #willfullignorance #thereisdtillhope#starttoday #startnow

Monday, October 10, 2016

When choosing which animal's flesh to dine on, do you ever consider their level of intelligence?

When choosing which animal's flesh to dine on, do you ever consider their level of intelligence?

Does it make a difference to you, the flesh-eater, if it is the flesh of a highly intelligent being, or a less intelligent being?

Does the idea, that the animal you are eating, even has intelligence and the capacity to love, ever enter the equation (in your mind?)

What about in your heart?

Considering there are plant-based options for a tremendous amount of "products", it's hard to imagine how one justifies themselves, as they wrap their lips around the flesh of a loving, intelligent, family-oriented, sentient being, who would love to be your best friend, not your meal.

Pigs are smarter than some 3 years olds. Why does that matter? I think eating "less intelligent people" or "less intelligent animals" would be equally wrong. 

I mean, we love people who are intellectually challenged, we fight for their rights to be honored. We urge others to love children when they have "special needs" or have physical challenges. Some of us understand that ALL humans deserve love, respect, safety, and the right to life.

Why do we not see that ALL animals deserve our consideration and love too, not a knife in the throat. 

Melanie Joy has spent decades studying this question, Why do we love some animals and eat or wear others? And it isn't because we are inherently cruel. It's because we have been indoctrinated in these "industry lies" all our lives.

We are blinded by something that keeps us from seeing and feeling the truth, that animals deserve love and respect and their LIVES. Please, open your heart today. I hope your heart breaks enough to let the love in. 

“Only time and grace can put the essence of these stories in your heart. Here we recite and learn them and put them on our hearts hoping that some day when our heart breaks they will fall in.” - Jack Kornfield

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Plant~Based Nutrition Certification: I Did It!!

Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate, Completed August 2016, eCornell and T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies

Lovely Opinionated Vegan Evolution L.O.V.E.


Katherine Warsager