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  • Aggressive vegans put people off veganism
  • Aggressive vegans put people off veganism
    Sebastiaan ter Burg (2016) ©
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Aggressive vegans put people off veganism

From helping the planet to losing weight, there are many benefits to a vegan diet. But omnivores aren't convinced, and some are claiming that overbearing vegans are to blame. Because expressing outrage or perceived self-righteousness is proven to be ineffective in changing people's minds.

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