Study finds showing footage of animal-people livestock factories causes people to eat less meat.A recent joint research of studies that show the effectiveness of discussing or depicting animal welfare was conducted by scientists from the Stanford University School of Medicine, University of California at San Francisco, Northwestern University, and Harvard University, all in the United States.
They concluded that around 83% of the participants reduced their meat consumption when presented with documentaries, virtual reality experiences, articles and graphic footage illustrating the horrors experienced by animal kingdom people within the meat industry.
Co-author of the study and director of the nonprofit The Humane League Labs, Jacob Peacock, said that using these methods provides “promising potential to effect widespread diet and lifestyle change.”
Empowering news, university researchers, demonstrating the need to show people the abysmal realities of our animal-people friends who are killed every day for food. In Heaven’s grace, may everyone soon discover their compassionate self by making the wise vegan choice.