Moral or Health?

 
    • [Deleted user] said...
    • User
    • 13 Jul 2008, 06:43

    Moral or Health?

    so was it your morals that led you to become veg or was it health reasons?

    mine personally is moral. consuming animals is not necessary, so i choose not to. and i could care less if i die early.

  • moral. ive always been bad about my health so i wouldnt have even thought of that.

  • I went veg, primarily, for health reasons - pretty much stumbled into it. It was then mostly moral reasons that caused me to go vegan.

  • Moral.

    The health returns are a bonus.

    Without music, life would be a mistake. - Nietzsche
  • moral and hearth, in this order.

  • I went vegetarian for moral reasons. But health, environment, third world are some important reasons, too.

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 15 Jul 2008, 01:10
    health, though I still eat like a slob.

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 15 Jul 2008, 01:18
    drippingdream said:
    health, though I still eat like a slob.

    haha, me too. i'm trying to eat better. i've began using soy cheese and soy milk, and trying to eat only organic products. the only time i use dairy cheese is with pizza, which i eat a lot of.

  • Moral

    • Stigian said...
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    • 15 Jul 2008, 09:51
    99% moral

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 15 Jul 2008, 21:40
    100% moral.

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 15 Jul 2008, 22:42
    101% metal.

  • Moral reasons for me. I only really looked at the health aspects after I turned vegetarian.

  • I stopped eating meat first because I didn't like it, sensually in my mouth and stomach. So -> simple dislike.
    Later on, of course moral/ethical reasons came to it. I never was sure about the health reasons, because I was raised in the "meat makes you strong" way, but I didn't worry about it because I never got health problems for being vegetarian. :)

    • jonxz said...
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    • 18 Jul 2008, 01:54
    MORAL!

  • 100% poop, seriously i hate the way my crap looks when i eat meat, thats the only reason.

  • Moral, basically.
    But also half the reason I decided was because I figured I might as well. I mean, when I did eat meat I wasn't getting enough pleasure out of it to justify the killing of an animal. Plus half the time it just grossed me out - I bit into a homemade burger that was still pink in the middle and just couldn't eat it...that was the beginning of the end for me eating meat.

  • Moral and logic. I think that, if I give human life a value, it would be illogical to not do the same with animals (since modern science shows that we are almost the same). But I still does not know why life at all has a value. Also, at my last weeks of carnivalism (?) I felt like throwing up when I ate meat.

  • moral. fuck health, we are still young :)

    <3
  • moral

    • Ryourin said...
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    • 21 Jul 2008, 13:43
    Moral.

    Also, not everyone's health benefits from vegetarianism. Mine certainly didn't.

    I always pass on good advice. It is the only thing to do with it. It is never of any use to oneself. (Oscar Wilde)
    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 21 Jul 2008, 15:08
    Moral.

    When I went vegetarian my reasons were vaguely moral, but I only started to think more deeply about it last year, and that led to my veganism. But my health has improved dramatically since making the switch, I think I might've gained weight as a vegetarian.

  • totally moral.

    meow
    • Ytris said...
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    • 25 Jul 2008, 01:22
    Health was my reason. I envy the valor of those in the group.

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 25 Jul 2008, 01:35
    Ryourin said:
    Moral.

    Also, not everyone's health benefits from vegetarianism. Mine certainly didn't.

    how so? just curious...

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