The question of whether it is right to eat animals is the most prominent topic in food ethics. People choose not to eat meat for various reasons such as concern for animal welfare, the environmental impact of meat production (environmental vegetarianism), and health considerations. Some argue slaughtering animals because people enjoy the taste of meat is morally wrong. Vegans abstain from all animal products for similar reasons. Ethical vegetarians and vegans may also object to the practices underlying the production of meat, or cite concerns about animal welfare, , environmental ethics, and religious reasons. Here is the audio book that explains it all.