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Eating Less Meat Can Feed The Hungry Have you ever been so hungry that your stomach starts growling loudly I am sure we all have Imagine feeling that hungry but 10 times worse This is what people who are suffering from famine and hunger are feeling on a day-by-day basis Hunger has become part of their life and they cannot do anything about it because they are so poor We have all seen those commercials where they ask us to send a few cents each day to the poor children in the world who have nothing to eat but what we do not know is that one of the main reasons that they are suffering is because of our meat eating habits Consuming less meat is something we can do that benefits everyone in the world It can help cease the lack of food and hunger that 20 percent of the world is going through and at the same time it can help stop the diseases that has been plaguing the Third World countries Also by eating less meat ourselves we are creating a healthier diet By eating less meat we can stop ourselves from being vulnerable to health diseases and conditions that only consuming meat can give us Every 24 hours 35000 human beings die as a result of hunger and starvation--24 every minute 18 of whom are children under five years of age Basic Facts About World Hunger In America famine is not an issue we need to worry about on a day-by-day basis however in Third World countries thousands of people suffer from famine and the lack of nutrition each day Most people do not think twice about eating meat but what they do not know is that by not eating meat or just eating less meat they could decrease world hunger and famine tremendously According to Food for Thought every year several hundred million cattle
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