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Why Go Vegan?
A vegan lifestyle is compatible with the highest levels of health and fitness, protects huge numbers of animals, and is a potent way to combat climate change. Plus, the food is insanely delicious and it becomes more widely available every year.
How to Go Vegan
Switching to a plant-based diet is easier than you would ever expect. Instead of trying to cut animal products out of your diet, crowd them out. Constantly seek out new vegan foods. Then read reliable material on vegan nutrition to make sure your diet is properly planned.
Discover the Unending Assortment of Vegan Foods!
Vegan Restaurant Guide: Find the Best Plant-Based Meals
Test-Drive a Vegan Diet
Frequently Asked Questions
If you’ve got a burning question pertaining to veganism, chances are excellent you can find the answer in this FAQ.
What Does Vegan Mean?
Vegan refers to anything that’s free of animal products: No meat, fish, milk, cheese, eggs, wool, leather, honey and so forth. Your sandwich, your shampoo, and your car seats are examples of items that could be vegan.
THE ULTIMATE VEGAN GUIDE:
COMPASSIONATE LIVING WITHOUT SACRIFICE
“I’ve made the first edition of my Ultimate Vegan Guide available for free reading right here on Vegan.com, since I would hate to think that anyone interested in eating fewer animal products might be hindered by the cost of learning how to do it.” -Erik Marcus
Guide to Vegan Cooking: Learn the Basics in Under an Hour
One unexpected benefit of exploring a plant-based diet is that can inspire you to discover the joy of cooking. Most hobbies cost money, but learning how to cook will save you piles of cash. Doing your own cooking is much cheaper than eating at restaurants or buying frozen foods, plus you’ll be eating fresher, tastier meals made with higher-quality ingredients.
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Easy Vegan Foods: The Definitive Gigantic List
If you are thinking of moving towards a vegan diet, the single best piece of advice I could give is to keep things easy. Start by looking for foods you enjoy that are readily available, and can be prepared with minimal time and effort.
Fun & Easy Ways to Get in Shape
Fitness isn’t optional, and the payoff for avoiding a sedentary lifestyle is multifaceted. You’ll get better sleep and a healthier body weight. Your mood and energy levels will improve, plus you’ll face fewer health risks, including diabetes. How much time and commitment does it take to reap the benefits of improved fitness? Surprisingly little. The Mayo Clinic says that just 150 minutes a week of moderate intensity exercise delivers substantial benefits.
Vegan Vitamins & Supplements Buying Guide
That means plenty of healthful vegetables, whole grains, and beans—plus a small amount of nuts or seeds each day. Yet even with all this taken care of, some people will fall short on a few key nutrients, especially Vitamins D and B-12, calcium, iodine, protein, and zinc.
This guide brings together key information about supplements that are of special interest to vegans.
VEGAN NUTRITION: A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE
“Going vegan, or just taking a few steps in that direction, can deliver some important health benefits. Diets built primarily on plant foods are associated with lower cholesterol levels and reduced risk for type-2 diabetes. Plant based foods also contain numerous compounds that have anti-cancer properties.”
Vegan.com Reference Guide:
The Ultimate Vegan Directory
Here are the very best. Every cookbook listed here is 100 percent plant-based.
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