'If we already lived in a vegan world, we would not be experiencing this pandemic': interview with Jane Velez-Mitchell
Daily / Interview - 12 October 2020 08:30
#JaneUnChained is in streaming on Amazon Prime Video
Why did you focus on vegan cuisine and animal rights?
I focus on vegan cuisine and animal rights because these movements provide the solution to the most serious problems that plague our world. Speaking of plagues, the Coronavirus is a zoonotic disease that jumped from animals to humans and was first spotted amongst people who had been at a retail animal slaughter market in Wuhan, China, a so-called wet market. If we already lived in a vegan world, we would not be experiencing this pandemic. And, there are other zoonotic illnesses that have the potential of posing an even greater threat: mad cow disease, swine flu, avian flu, etc. With this pandemic, nature is sending us a message: go to your rooms, think about all the normalized violence you commit when you needlessly eat animals and their byproducts, come out more evolved… or you are done as a species. As JaneUnChained News Network has grown, we’ve become a 501 c-3 non-profit that has produced a documentary called Countdown to Year Zero. It is streaming on Amazon’s Prime Video. It explains why animal agriculture is the leading cause of deforestation, habitat destruction, wildlife extinction, water pollution, drought and world hunger. We are just 7.8 billion humans. We kill 70 billion cows, pigs, chickens, turkeys, goat and lambs every year. THOSE ANIMALS EAT MOST OF THE FOOD THE WORLD PRODUCES. We could end world hunger if we eliminated animal agriculture. Animal agriculture is also the leading cause of human disease. Heart disease is generally caused by arteries clogged with plaque which comes from cholesterol. There is zero cholesterol in vegan products. Animals produce cholesterol. Meat, eggs and dairy are cholesterol bombs clogging the vessels in your body. Processed meat, which includes deli slices, bacon and hot dogs, is officially cancer causing, according to the world health organization.
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