The Impact of Vegan Diet on Inevitable Future Food Crisis

Go vegan! This propaganda is seen in most regions of the globe. This trend was not existing few decades ago, though vegetarian diet has been recommended for a long period. People believe that vegetarian foods are easily digestible and are best for heath. We can’t make a comparison because every type of food has specific benefits associated with it. Some nutrients are such as protein and fat are more in non-vegetarian diet compared to vegetarian diet. Vegetarian diet is rich in organic ingredients such as vitamins and minerals. This difference in nutritional value doesn’t suggest a specific food, but veg and non-veg together is a better combination.

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We can’t actually say whether vegetarian food is good for environment. Many vegetarian restaurants serve purely vegan dishes, some restaurants serve both veg and non-veg, and many people make only vegan food recipes at their home. So, Majority of people eat vegetarian diet. The nature has abundance of natural food, but how long these foods will be able to meet the growing demand due to rapidly multiplying population. Some animals also eat vegetation for their food. This is a serious issue. Imagine what will happen if all people start depending on vegetarian diet. On day, there will apparently be a food crisis.

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The question is not just of vegan restaurants, but bigger than this. We are more concerned about dependability on plantation or vegetation. The question is of environment. The question is of fulfilling growing food demand of multiplying human population. If you consider all these aspects, vegan diet doesn’t seem to be an apt solution. We don’t want food crisis and that’s why we rear animals to generate food for people. This is a considerable question. Though we talk of vegan diet, yet it’s not a solution to an inevitable food crisis which is predicted in the future.