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Veganism, anti dote to swine Flu

Veganism, anti dote to swine Flu
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In the wake of the swine flu outbreak across Telangana, members of People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India, dressed in hazmat suits, appealed to the public to go vegan. The demonstration was held at Kacheguda, spreading the message that a disease like swine flu could spread like wildfire in the filthy farms where pigs and other animals are confined in crowded sheds and pens.

In the wake of the swine flu outbreak across Telangana, members of People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India, dressed in hazmat suits, appealed to the public to go vegan. The demonstration was held at Kacheguda, spreading the message that a disease like swine flu could spread like wildfire in the filthy farms where pigs and other animals are confined in crowded sheds and pens.

Members of PETA displaying placards at Kacheguda

The demonstration wielded signs proclaiming ‘Meat is a biohazard: Go vegan’, to urge shoppers drop meat from their meals. “Diseases turn rampant when animals are confined to filthy, densely-packed farms, and swine flu outbreaks are the result,” said PETA India nutritionist Bhuvaneshwari Gupta. “PETA is calling on consumers to protect their health and help stop animal suffering on a massive scale by going vegan,” the nutritionist concluded.

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