Being a vegan refers to the ability of surviving entirely on vegetables and other plant nutrients while totally avoiding eating of any form of animal meat and products that you might get access to. The main aim of going vegan is to ensure that you avoid consumption of all the products that are derived from domesticated animals such as goats, sheep, and cows which provide meat and milk for you and your family. After you stop eating the meats; you will now have to switch to healthier food products including a lot of vegetables, fruits of all kinds, seeds from the plants that you grow in your farms as well as roots and herbs from edible plants. There are many benefits of becoming a vegan as it can be demonstrated on the changes that will be experienced on the environment as well as on your body.
The first importance of being a vegan is that you now start to see no need of rearing any domesticated animals such as cattle in your home because your diet requirements become different and you no longer need the meat and other products from the animals. In case more people in the world also decide to abandon meat consumption and instead decide to start consuming vegetables and plant products, the need to rear livestock will be cut down with no demand for animal products in the market and therefore the number of these animals being bred on farms also reduces. As the number of livestock heads keeps decreasing due to the growing number of vegans in the society, there is going to be a reduced amount of dangerous gases such as carbon IV oxide that are released into the air by such animals when they are breathing out. This results in the cases of air pollution to decrease, and therefore there will be no future fatal atmospheric conditions which are predicted to happen and make life unbearable for the human species and other living creatures that are on earth.
The second advantage is that when the number of animals that are being reared by livestock farmers reduces, the cases of excess water consumption also reduce because a lower number of livestock will also drink less water and the rest will be conserved for future domestic and commercial use in important processes.
Lastly, becoming a vegan means that you no longer have to waste the food crops you planted by feeding it to your livestock because now you will have to consume it together with your family and therefore adoption of the vegan eating habits around the world will reduce hunger to a large scale.