Vegetarian consumption is a risk to the environment.

Vegetarian consumption: Eating purely vegetarian is a risk to the environment.

Vegetarians are among the many people living on earth. It is not necessary to eat meat to get all the nutrients needed for good health.

A person who chooses not to eat meat may enjoy better health, because they will eat more plant-based foods, and because they may be more active in making healthy choices.

There will be predators. To this end, it is thought that only vegetarian consumption will reduce carbon emissions and improve the environment. 

But it turned out that it is not to be true. In fact, the latest studies by scientists show that consuming a completely vegetarian diet can increase carbon emissions in the air and cause environmental damage.

Researchers from Johns Hopkins University (JHU) in Baltimore, USA, have taken up the latest studies on the environmental impact of vegetarian and non-vegetarian diets. 

It has been found that eating a completely vegetarian diet will increase the percentage of carbon dioxide emissions.

Which will be entering the environment and that the consumption of carnivores will decrease that percentage. 

To this end, scientists are advised not only to eat purely vegetarian but also to occasionally eat meat and thus protect the environment ..!

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