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Why You Should Try a Meatless Diet

Organization pattern: Monroe's Motivated Sequence

Introduction Paragraph (Attention):
Some startling facts.
A person who eats animals will consume 100+ animals per year. More than 10 billion animals are bred and slaughtered for food every year in the U.S. alone. One cubic inch of Grade A beef often has over 1,000 parasite larva in it. In the U.S., we have the highest permitted upper limit of milk pus cell concentration in the world. That is almost twice the international standard of allowable pus cells. Fish grow underwater “gardens”. They use their mouths to weed out the algae they don't like so the tastier kinds can grow. In an interview with Martin Fuentes, a slaughter house worker, he said “The [dying] cows cause a lot of injuries.” There have even been counts of workers who have been killed or very seriously injured during the animal's death Most people believe that it's okay to kill an animal but just because they can't say “ ow” like us or scream in pain. Why should someone have to die if you want a snack?

For the animals
Animals are like us. For example, if you give a group of turkeys a small ball or apple they will play with it like they're on a soccer team. Most animal factories believe that food, water and veterinary care shouldn't be “wasted” on animals. For your health

Meat eaters are twice as likely to acquire heart disease than a vegetarian Most animal products are packed full of antibiotics, dioxins and food-borne pathogens like E. coli, salmonella, and campylobacter. Millions of people become ill each year from contaminated meat and thousands die Up to 33% of teens are obese and about two-thirds of all Americans are overweight or obese. Only 2% of vegans are obese. For the environment

Raising animals for...
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