Through my life I have trained very hard to manifest not only the appropriate amount of energy to sustain a progressive consciousness, but also to keep my physical form intact so that I may live a long and happy life.
I stopped eating meat for the very same reasons that Hugh Jackman has; being concerned about obvious outcomes, hormones, antibiotics, the putrifaction process. You can read about his experience and how he has realized, through his own evolutionary process what is right and wrong for him here:
Big, buff and vegan: Packing on muscle in a healthier way
When I was eating meat I was training six hours a day. When I went raw vegan it took me a six month transitional phase to get used to digesting plant matter. Once this was set in motion, I not only became clearer, but physically stronger.
Now I train eight hours a day. Sometimes getting up at 2 o’clock in the morning to train because I was awake and feeling vital.
The raw food diet has changed my physical form. More dense and compact muscles sustain me in a way that I wish I would have been a raw foodist all my life.
But nevertheless everybody is realizing that we can’t keep proceeding and surviving as a species if we don’t consider the impact our dietary habits have on our planet and on our personal health, which equates to our personal and collective perceptions.