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Can I Really Get Enough Calcium Eating Just Plants?
Like iron, magnesium, and copper, calcium is a mineral. It is found in the soil, where it is absorbed into t...he roots of plants. Where do animals get their calcium? By consuming these calcium-rich plants. So even though we are all conditioned to believe that calcium comes from a cow's #breastMilk and other #dairy products, the real source of calcium richness is the earth. No wonder that a whole-food, plant-based, #vegan diet has plenty of #calcium.
Wean yourself from the breast of the cow with healthy and delicious #vegan plant-based #milk: https://freefromharm.org/fo…/your-guide-to-going-dairy-free/
#februdairy #februdairyFREE #milkIsForBabies #breastMilkIsForBabies #breastFeeding #weanYourself #ditchDairy #almondMilk #soyMilk #cashewMilk #oatMilk #goVegan
Toronto Cow Save / The Save Movement / Milk Hurts / Mothers Against Dairy
A common misconception we encounter is, "If the world went vegan, we wouldn't have enough land to grow crops to feed everyone!" In reality, a diet that includes... animal products requires *far* more land than a plant-based diet. Global animal agriculture currently raises and slaughters some 70 BILLION land animals for food every year. Think about all of the land needed to house, graze, and grow feed crops for 70 billion animals.
By comparison, it takes drastically less land, water, energy, and crops to grow plant foods for 7 billion humans. In fact, a United Nations Environment Program analysis of global agricultural yields finds that better use of existing croplands could feed 3.5 billion more people simply by shifting away from growing crops for animal feed and instead growing crops for direct human consumption. Reallocating croplands in this way could increase available global food calories by as much as 70 percent, according to researchers.
In a recent article for The Guardian, "Goodbye— And Good Riddance— to Livestock Farming," environmental journalist George Monbiot notes, "Almost all forms of animal farming cause environmental damage, but none more so than keeping them outdoors. The reason is inefficiency. Grazing is not just slightly inefficient, it is stupendously wasteful. Roughly twice as much of the world’s surface is used for grazing as for growing crops, yet animals fed entirely on pasture produce just one gram out of the 81g of protein consumed per person per day.
...That vast expanse of pastureland, from which we obtain so little at such great environmental cost, would be better used for rewilding: the mass restoration of nature. Not only would this help to reverse the catastrophic decline in habitats and the diversity and abundance of wildlife, but the returning forests, wetlands and savannahs are likely to absorb far more carbon than even the most sophisticated forms of grazing.
The end of animal farming might be hard to swallow. But we are a resilient and adaptable species. We have undergone a series of astonishing changes: the adoption of sedentarism, of agriculture, of cities, of industry.
Now it is time for a new revolution, almost as profound as those other great shifts: the switch to a plant-based diet... It’s time to abandon the excuses, the fake facts and false comforts. It is time to see our moral choices as our descendants will."
Further reading at our website: "Why We Need Plant-Based Approaches to Global Hunger": awfw.org/issues/hunger/why-we-need-plant-based-approaches/
"Understanding the Meat → Climate → Food Insecurity Connections": awfw.org/food-insecurity-climate-change/
"Feed:Meat Ratios": awfw.org/feed-ratios/
"Local v. Less" http://humanefacts.org/local-vs-less/
Our meme uses data and graphics from The Plantrician Project.
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