You Are What You Eat

I didn't become vegetarian, now a vegan to try to sell other people on the idea. I do hope though that as well meaning intelligent people come to see how factory farming negatively impacts the environment and is ethically hostile to the animals whose blood is shed for the sake of profit more people will see the value, benefit and the moral obligation to stop eating animals. Also please remember "free range" has the same end result. As adults you control your diet, which, directly impacts your health, your neighborhood, and your ability to earn a living. Your state of physical fitness and mental capacity is dependent upon your genes, environment, physical readiness, and what you consume.


1. I've been a vegan for three years and vegetarian for nearly twenty.

2. I've retained my waistline, my fluid cognition, I heal with rapidity.

3. I am not a violent person and not prone to anger ( studies have  linked violence in children and adults with fast food which offers a abundance of meat, fat, salt and sugar ) and - my tenacity is irrepressible despite working around discouraging disappointment (s).

4. A super bright positive - about my calling card. Folks who are not blood relatives say "my bright smile, is genuine and welcoming." Teeth are tell tale sign of good health or lack there of. Surely this has something to do with the fact that I am a vegan? - Alyssia Alexandria


Filmmaker and omnivore John Papola and his vegetarian wife Lisa give a timely, unbiased look at how farm animals are raised for consumption. With unprecedented access to large-scale conventional farms, Papola asks the tough questions behind every hamburger, glass of milk and baby-back rib. View the documentary via Amazon