Another Reason to Prove Being Vegetarian is the Best

While surfing on the internet, I came across a news related to a serious news traveling across the news. Yes, it’s none other than the world famous, a crown shaped virus, the Corona virus. What was the news? The news that spread like a fire is that corona virus is spread from bats to humans. The diseases, Serious Acute Respiratory System (SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) are also viral diseases that originated from bats.

Who is to be blamed, the virus, the bats or the humans? Who told humans to poke in everything that is in the Nature? I mean seriously, on the name of exotic food, you can even eat a bat 🦇??? Please leave something for other animals too. Why you want to try and eat every living thing present on this Earth?

Picture Curtsey: Wikipedia

Getting close to nature is good but interrupting in the food chain, interrupting the balance of the nature is not good. Wildlife is Wild Life…we modern humans have long ago evolved from the Wild humans…we are not made for wildlife. Keeping wildlife animals close to us, consuming exotic animals and sea foods and even an animal always pose risk to human life.

We know that if a meat such as pork when undercooked, leads to Pork Tapeworm Infection. Consuming infected chickens also lead to serious stomach infections. Not to forget the famous Prion disease, the Mad Cow disease that caused huge chaos in the UK in 1990’s was also caused by consuming meat from beef infected with prion proteins.

Bovine Prion Protein
Picture Curtsey: Wikipedia

The main objective of this post is just to highlight why being vegetarian is the best when it comes to food. When we eat clean we think clean. Being a mammal, eating another mammal can cause the same infection in both the mammals.

Please be wise when it comes to food because our body is our asset and not a garbage bin. Thank you for stopping by and reading 😊.

About Dr Namrata

A full time blogger, a freelancer, a scholar, a reader, a thinker and a responsible human being.

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