The single biggest way to reduce your impact on climate change, project yourself against heart disease, and support animal rights, is to go vegan. Harvard and Cornell now say that the optimum amount of meat in a healthy human diet is precisely zero.
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You will earn the origins of veganism, the impact the meat and dairy industry has on human health, environmental health and animal welfare
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You will learn
✓ You will earn the origins of veganism, the impact the meat and dairy industry has on human health, environmental health and animal welfare
✓ You will also learn how to easily transition to a vegan diet
This course is for
• People who are concerned about climate change.
• People who are concerned about animal welfare.