Learning how and why to be vegan is easy.
The "why" part includes reasons like ending animal suffering, enjoying better personal health and being more environmentally responsible.
While people know that animals are killed to be chopped or ground into meat, what is often overlooked or not known at all is how badly they suffer.
Many people think animals raised as food live relatively natural and comfortable lives, with only one bad day - they day they are slaughtered, and that even that one day is done with some kind of humane consideration.
However, it is worth looking into the realities of what takes place to bring animal foods to our plates. Animals live tortured lives of misery, and their deaths are nothing short of brutal.
Dairy in particular is a terrible industry because animals suffer their entire lives as confined slaves producing milk and eggs. Later, when they are too worn out to produce milk and eggs any longer, then they are killed - the ultimate injury after a lifetime of insult.
Do we really want to be part of such a hateful, harmful, exploitative system, especially as we learn that we do not require animals in our diet at all? Most thoughtful, considerate people would say no once they know the truth about it.
Fortunately, it is easy to change once we realize the horror involved for animals, the illness and inappropriateness involved for people, and the destruction involved for our planet, when we ignorantly continue to eat animals.
The "how" part finds us in a better place now than ever before since a multitude of resources are available via online information, videos, books, guided courses and more.
The majority of people, even children, have managed to learn to use complicated devices like computers and smart phones. Learning to be vegan is even simpler than learning to use these everyday tools.