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World Vegetarian Day 2021 Theme, History, Significance, Activities and More

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The month of October is also called Vegetarian Month. The first day of October is celebrated as World Vegetarian Day all around the globe. The day aims to aware more to more people about the benefits of vegetarian diet and also saves the animals. If we consume Non-Vegetarian food, several problems like, high blood pressure, increased cholesterol and obesity can increase. Also, a team of researchers at Loma Linda University in the US proved that, vegetarians live for an average of 10 years longer than non-vegetarians. Vegetarians have a lower risk of dying from ischaemic heart disease. Let us tell you more briefly about World Vegetarian Day, its current (2021) Theme, History, Significance, Activities and More.

History, and Significance

North American Vegetarian Society (NAVS) was founded in 1977 and in the same year, the day was first celebrated. The day was celebrated by North American Vegetarian Society in partnership with International Vegetarian Union. North American Vegetarian Society (NAVS).

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World Vegetarian Day 2021 Theme

The current (2021) theme of World Vegetarian Day has not been announced yet. World Vegetarian Day 2020 theme was its own theme to promote vegetarianism.

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Activities

  • Bring some vegetarian food to share with your non-vegetarian office or school mates and tell them its benefits.
  • Explore the veggie offerings in restaurant menu, and opt for a meatless meal. 
  • Shop at a farmer’s market

Top 5 Informative Quotes to send to your friends and relatives

The more red meat and blood we eat, the more bloodthirsty we get, the more violent we get. The more vegetarian food we eat, the more peace is taken into us — Ziggy Marley

When we eat vegetarian foods, we needn’t worry about what kind of disease our food died from; this makes a joyful meal! — John Harvey Kellogg

I am a vegetarian as well as a passionate anti-alcoholic, because I can thus make better use of my brain — Thomas A. Edison

Nothing will benefit human health and increase the chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet — Albert Einstein

“The Vegan Diet Is Healthy and Leads to a Compassionate Lifestyle. I’ve Gotten So Many Benefits. My Weight Is Easily Maintained, My Skin Glows, I Sleep Better and I Feel More Energized.” Meagan Duhamel

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