A solutionary is someone who thinks conscientiously and compassionately about their choices and behaviors in order to benefit people, animals, and the environment. Ultimately, the goal of a solutionary is to create a healthy and compassionate world. A solutionary chooses to be the solution.
There are undeniably many problems that exist in the world today.
To name a few:
– Inequalities Based on Race, Gender, Class, Sexual Orientation, Species, etc.
– World Hunger
– Homelessness, Food Insecurity, & Poverty
– Terminal Illnesses such as Heart Disease, Cancer, Diabetes, etc.
– Animal Cruelty
– Environmental Devastation
Since humans are gradually moving on from being a problematic species to being a SOLUTIONARY SPECIES, many people are starting to think of many practical and effective solutions to address serious problems. Some solutions may require a large group of people and advocates for a cause. Other solutions might involve gaining influence with people of societal authority (e.g. government). Many different solutions are often required to address a single problem.
There is, however, one very simple solution that addresses many problems. This solution does not take time out of our busy schedules or take away anything from our lives. In fact, this solution has the potential to enrich our lives in the most meaningful ways we could have ever imagined. Choosing to embrace a vegan lifestyle and to think conscientiously about the food we put in our bodies, we could save our own lives and money, help animals, contribute to ending world hunger and food deserts, protect the environment, and put an end to supporting industries that exploit millions of people, billions of non-human animals, and the earth we all share. Explore this event, have fun, and learn how you can join the movement of becoming a Solutionary Species!
3. www.pcrm.org Dr. Neal Barnard is responsible for many changes in legislature and is one of the leading physicians in the medical plant-based movement. He founded the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine, which now has over 12,000 whole food plant-based physicians across the United States and around the world, as well as 150,000 members. Not only is Dr. Barnard and his team changing the way doctors treat chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and cancer, they are also changing the methods of medical research to stray away from animal testing. They have found that using alternative methods to animal testing have been much more effective.
4. www.nutriception.net Vanessa Sardi is an ex-pharmaceutical representative. She recently opened up Nutriception to coach people on their diet instead of focusing on pills.
5. www.cowspiracy.com Learn about how you can best protect the environment.