DOCUMENTARY: Global Warming: Meat The Truth


Not all transportation like airplanes, trucks and cars are to blame for gas admissions around the world. Believe it or not, 18% of global greenhouse gas admissions are caused by life stock farming. That only equals up to a total of 13% of global greenhouse gas admissions. Hopefully this documentary will be able to open many eyes as well as conversation towards changing for the greater good of Earth and humanity.

According to this documentary:  Going vegan/vegetarian reduces Greenhouse gas admissions. How much?  well… 

If the average American ate vegetarian for 7 days a week

  • It would save 700 megatons of greenhouse gas admissions and would be just the same as taking all the cars in america OFF the road. 

If the average American ate vegetarian for 6 days a week

  • It would make the same carbon savings as eliminating the total electricity use of all households in the states

If the average American ate vegetarian for 5 days a week

  • It would be equivalent to planting 13 billion trees and letting them grow for 10 years. Thats 43 trees for every american.

If the average American ate vegetarian for 4 days a week

  • It would be equivalent to halving the domestic use of all electricity, gas, oil, petrol and kerosene in the united states.

If the average American ate vegetarian for 3 days a week

  • It would save up to 300 megatons of greenhouse gas admissions. It would have a greater impact on global warming than if all the cars were replaced with the Toyota Prius. 

If the average American ate vegetarian for 2 days a week

  • It would be equivalent to replacing all household appliances with energy efficient ones. 

If the average American ate vegetarian for 1 day a week

  • It would be equivalent to saving 90 million plane tickets from New York to LA each year. 

About Author

Jeremy Matthew Wulkan, is a co-founder of Clean Livin', Thai Yoga Massage Practitioner and a aspiring health coach. 9 years ago he chose to become vegetarian for ethical reasons which then he soon adopted a vegan lifestyle. Years later after becoming very ill due unknown reasons and the lack of knowledge regarding plant-based nutrition, he spent countless hours doing research and found an extreme passion towards the aspect of health in veganism.

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