World Vegetarian Day

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2022 Date1 October 2022
2023 Date1 October 2023
World Vegetarian Day

World Vegetarian Day History

World Vegetarian Day seeks to raise awareness about the health benefits of living a vegetarian lifestyle. Educational programs highlighting environmental issues and ecological projects typically occur around this day. There are also campaigns advocating for the humane treatment of animals. World Vegetarian Day is an informal holiday created by the North American Vegetarian Society in 1977. It is celebrated annually on October 1st.

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World Vegetarian Day Facts

  • Vegetarian diets are associated with a lower risk of coronary artery disease according to a study done by the Journal of the American heart Association in 2019.
  • According to the US Department of Agriculture, plants produce more than 10 times the amount of protein than can be produced per acre by animals.
  • According to the US Department of Agriculture, humans consume more than 80 billion animals yearly.
  • A meat-eating person who lives to the age of 75 will typically consume parts of over 15,000 animals.
  • It takes 150 gallons of water to produce 1 pound of wheat. To produce 1 pound of meat, more than 4,000 gallons of water are needed.

World Vegetarian Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Go meatless for a day. Try making homemade versions of your meat dishes without the meat. Try veggie pizzas, meatless meatballs or black bean burgers.
  • Host a vegetarian potluck and have everyone contribute a vegetarian menu item.
  • Pledge to eat more fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables contain many vitamins and minerals required for our bodies to perform their daily functions.
  • Attend a vegetarian festival. The Phuket Vegetarian Festival in Thailand is well-known for its original display of ceremonies, such as fire-walking and piercings to invoke the gods.
  • Learn more about the environmental and ecological impacts becoming a vegetarian can have. Some impacts include reducing global warming, saving water, avoiding water pollution and ensuring environmental stability.

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