World Week for the Abolition of Meat is May 21 to 28, a time when people around the globe reflect on the many reasons not to eat animal flesh.

Won't you please consider abolishing meat from your own diet, even if only for the week?

You'll not only reduce your risk of life-threatening diseases by eating healthy, meatless meals - you'll help save animals and the environment, too.

Each vegan saves more than 100 animals every single year.

Try eating barbecued veggie burgers, spicy soy sausage, hummus wraps, pasta primavera, coconut-pineapple curry, wild mushroom risotto and faux chicken sandwiches as well as fresh berries, juicy melons, ripe tomatoes, sweet corn and other delicious and nutritious fruits and vegetables.

For free vegan recipes, product suggestions, information on vegan-friendly restaurants and stadiums, nutritional information and more, visit www.PETA.org.

Heather Moore

The PETA Foundation

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afnanalog

If the members of PETA want to "reduce your risk of life-threatening diseases", they would do well if they eliminated ALL sodium and potassium salts from their diets. It would be extraordinarily beneficial to the rest of society.[wink]

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