One meat-eating person may ponder why these non-meat eaters would deprive themselves of the wonderful taste of meat and animal products. They have to look past the taste and pleasure of eating meat, to realize that animals are alive and can feel and they deserve the right to live just as much as human animals do.
In the article Vegetarianism and Sustainability Alexis Clarke discusses the ways in which changing our diets can help us to better sustain the environment. If a majority of people think that meat eating is not wrong and should be able to take place without the criticising of vegetarians then let it be.
Even though we could use all of the grain in the world to feed every single human twice, seventy percent of our grain supply goes to feeing animals used for food. It really is a matter of choosing the alternative.
However, a vegetarian diet also poses a lot of disadvantages too. What about experts and doctors? If we made the switch to a vegetarian diet, it would be better for the environment. Thus, vegetarianism can be a viable solution to the problem of obesity that has important repercussions for medical problems and health care budgets.
The potential danger of animals developing infections resistant to currently known antibiotics has led the European Union to prohibit their use, while it is still allowed in the US.
If humans are leading healthier and longer lives, then there will be more of us populating the planet at once.