Plant-Based Pause No 35: Why Living Plant-Based is Better for the Planet

I’ve met a lot of people that do these plant-based diets. The more I get to know about it, the more I realize that it might be something we should all look into. Maybe not live entirely this way, but leaning more and more toward a plant-based diet could benefit all of us.

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In November 2011, I made the decision to progress towards a plant-based diet and lifestyle. Since then, I have learnt so much about where our food comes from, and what it does to our bodies and the environment. Along the way, I have encountered many obstacles and challenges. I have also been asked lots of questions, most of them valid and a few off them more than a little odd. One of the aims of my blog is to chronicle my experiences as a plant-based traveller. So, hopefully these Plant-Based Pauses will provide a little more explanation and maybe answer some questions that my readers may still have.

‘Pollution is a symbol of design failure.’ – William McDonough

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So far in these plant-based pauses I’ve talked a lot about how eating plant-based is better for your personal health, but did you also know that ditching the animal products is also much…

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