Published on theguardian.com the 08.01.2020. | By: Annette McGivney
Note: The article avoids the discussion about a vegan diet, however, through facts and figures, it shows that a vegan diet does not automatically mean that fewer animals have to die. Expecting any diet to achieve that is unreasonable. A vegan diet simply kills other animals.
Still, a body count makes even less sense when it comes to eating. Living in harmony with nature means living from it in moderation. Problems arise when consumption becomes excessive. Zoos and aquariums also stress this and criticise excessive consumption that destroys nature. On the other hand, animal rights activists promote a vegan diet with one-sided arguments and populism.