It’s hard to deny the negative impact meat has on the environment. At the same time, new research surfaces every day that proves how detrimental red meat can be to our bodies. And who can ignore the mounting calls to switch to a plant-based diet due to ethical reasons? Well, we’ve heard those calls loud and clear — which is exactly why we’ve committed to only eating meat 20 times per week.
The factory farming industry contributes to climate change in no small way. Did you know it takes 1,800 gallons of water to produce just one pound of meat? That’s around 50 full bathtubs! It’s time for us to take a stand. If we cut our meat consumption down to only 20 times per week, we’ll potentially be saving a few thousand gallons of water!
It’s important that we all do our part. Do you care about the environment? If the answer is yes, you need to commit to eating meat only two or three times per day.
When taking a look at the factory farming industry, it’s impossible to ignore the ethical concerns. Calves are separated from their mothers at birth and then kept in miserable conditions until they finally end up in someone’s hamburger. Which is exactly why we’ll only be eating burgers on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
From the moment a chicken is born in a factory farm, it spends its entire life in a tiny cage, cramped against other suffering birds. Did you know they have their beaks cut off so that they can’t peck one another? There are no words to describe the suffering these poor creatures endure. And that’s why we’re leading by our actions — the next time we’re at McDonald’s, we’ll be ordering a 10-piece McNuggets instead of the 20-piece share box!
Now that plant-based meat substitutes are so realistic, there’s little need to eat animal protein as frequently as we used to. Why don’t you follow our lead? We’ll be eating real meat for lunch and dinner every day but stomaching that fake shit for breakfast seven days per week!
While it’s important to think about the planet and the animals, you also need to make sure not to ignore your own health. There’s mounting evidence that high red meat consumption leads to cardiovascular complications. It’s time to lead a healthier lifestyle and switch to a plant-based diet, at least 5% of the time.
Save the planet. Save the animals. Save yourself. Commit to not eating meat at least once per month.