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Study finds veganism may not be the key to sustainability

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GAINESVILLE, Ga. — Many Americans are seeming to gravitate towards a lifestyle of being a vegan or vegetarian. Some think they will gain a healthier lifestyle out of it, or it will benefit animals and the environment.

However, a recent study conducted by the University of Georgia proposes that having a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle may not be as beneficial as some might think.

The research found that eating a diet that consists of plants and local humanely raised animals may help the environment and safeguard human rights. Amy Trauger, author of. . .

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