Being a vegan refers to the ability of surviving entirely on vegetables and other plant nutrients while totally avoiding eating of any form of animal meat and products that you might get access to. Being vegan simply means that you will have to start controlling your desire to consume any form of animal meat that you get from slaughtering the domesticated animals such as rabbits, cattle as well as sheep. Your eating habits change when you become a vegan because your main source of food material will now shift from animal products to vegetables that you can grow at your farm, fruits you buy from the stores on the market, leaves, roots, and barks from herbs and other trees that are known to provide products that are good for human consumption. There are a lot of advantages of becoming a vegan as seen on the influence the switch will have on the surrounding as well as to your health.
The first benefit is that becoming a vegan means that you largely avoid the rearing and breeding of all types of domestic animals in your home because you will have no use of them due to alteration of your feeding habits which no longer require any meat that you used to get from those animals. When you get rid of your cattle, and other people also get rid of their animals because they have become vegans too, you reduce the congestion created by these animals because there will be no more breeding of new livestock due to the reduced demand for meat. When the count of domestic animals has reduced in the world; it leads to a relative reduction of the quantity of carbon IV oxide gas being released to the atmosphere by the animals when many people see no sense of keeping them at their homes anymore. Reduction of the amount of gases released to the atmosphere cuts down on the amount of air pollution that happens in a place and therefore we are likely not going to experience the adverse climatic changes that might cause destruction of living creatures and the environment in the days to come.
Secondly, focusing on consumption of vegetables and other plants helps to cut down on the number of livestock kept which in turn works as a water conservation process since presence of a lot of animals means more water is used for their drinking and a reduced number translates to less water being wasted.
Lastly, rearing of livestock at home requires that you spend your money and time planting crops which you will then harvest early for your animals to eat and therefore becoming a vegan will ensure that all the crops that you grow are specifically meant for your eating so that the cases of starvation around the world are eliminated.