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The professor was a little smug when she gave her answer, but there was so much warmth and love in her eyes we were drawn in all the same. "We share so much DNA with our relatives in the animal kingdom, with both the lion and the gazelle. Yet it is the gazelle that must recover strength the fastest after exercise, for her life depends upon it. She must always be ready to run again when the predators come. So it should be obvious that we humans build better muscles and recover faster from exercise when we are vegan. The meat eater is built to feast and be lazy not to keep on chasing, nor run. So enjoy the vegan buffet and embrace your inner gazelle."

By Angela Abraham, @daisydescriptionari, December 31, 2019.
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As an initiative to combat climate change, poverty and increase social cohesion, increase national health and boost education - set up free (or nominal cost) vegan buffet restaurants; and start it in impoverished areas. This provides high nutritional value, lowers carbon footprint and fights poverty. To eat there is a free choice and it starts to change the national taste toward sustainable living. The restaurants can be boosted by volunteers and by community action groups. This can be linked to a local growing initiative to grow vegetables instead of grass lawns.