Michael Klaper, M.D., author of Vegan Nutrition: Pure & Simple

A Brahman calf

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The human body has no more need for cows‘ milk than it does for dogs’ milk, horses‘ milk, or giraffes’ milk.

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2 responses to “Michael Klaper, M.D., author of Vegan Nutrition: Pure & Simple

  1. Ellyse Adele Vitiello

    Dear Dr Klapper, I enjoy the quotes you post. If there were a twitter or facebook icon to click, I would pass them on. I feel the less meat eaten, the better off the planet is and the more people would be feed; in addition if we stopped killing animals, perhaps we would stop killing each other?

    Thanks for your sense of humor, not always present in vegetarian evangelists, keep on keeping on, Ellyse

    • Glad you enjoy the posts. You will notice that apart from Dr. Klappers quotation there are a number of other posts.
      BTW I, the poster, am not Dr. Klapper :-).
      What you say “….in addition if we stopped killing animals, perhaps we would stop killing each other?” is very true. There are many cultures in the world who have been vegetarian since time immemorial and (as a consequence ?) are very peace loving and non-aggressive.
      As for sense of humour, I assure you that vegetarians have an abundance of it. Perhaps the ‘evangelists’, who imagine that they a mission to convert, have lost it. You cannot convert a person to vegetarianism by arguments. A person becomes a vegetarian when he/she becomes aware/sensitive to the whole of Life, the whole of Creation. So the important point is to ‘sensitize’. This is the reason for this blog.
      And thanks once again for your encouraging words, and so we ‘keep on keeping on’ 🙂
      PS: On your suggestion, have just created a twitter account (was not really convinced about twitters relevance, but giving it a shot).

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