Many people seem to think that it’s not possible to build muscle on a vegan diet. They’re wrong, but you don’t need to take our word for it! Just ask any of the many vegan bodybuilders Unfortunately there are a...
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Back in 2015, an alarming study revealed that more than 30 percent of kids eat fast food at least once every day. Many of these kids are, therefore, not getting the nutrients their bodies need since their parents aren’t preparing healthy meals for children.
Plant-based vegan diets are rich in vegetables, fruits, grains, beans, nuts, and legumes. These foods are the building blocks of a healthy diet. Vegan cuisine has led to delicious innovations, especially when it comes to vegan sweets.
Getting proper nutrition is a common concern for people switching to a vegan diet. However, as long as you’re eating a wide variety of foods and ingredients, you should be getting all the vitamins and nutrients you need.
Over the last ten years, there’s been a 360% rise in veganism (approximately). So the demand for tasty vegan food has never been higher- which is why we’ve written this blog post on delicious vegan fish alternatives.
With the number of vegans and vegetarians in the US now numbering higher than the population of New York City, more people are curious about vegan diets. Some people choose a vegan diet to get away from fast food and fatty diets while others choose because they love animals.
If you’ve been on the internet at any point in the past few years (especially Instagram) you may have noticed the uptick in vegan everything. But if you’re old school (and like your vegan sources well researched) then vegan books are a great way to dig in.
In the past few years, the vegan lifestyle has caught fire. As time goes by, it’s becoming increasingly clear that veganism isn’t just a trend bolstered by little-known celebrities. “Going vegan” is here to stay.
Lunch is both a popular and awful-for-us meal at the workplace. In the middle of the day, it is so easy to grab whatever greasy nonsense is sold down the street and scarf it down hunched over our desk.
If you’re living with diabetes, you probably know that what you put in your body plays a crucial role in your well-being. Controlling your weight while keeping cholesterol and saturated fats in check is essential. What some people may not realize is there are many vegan recipes for diabetes that can serve as healthy and delicious meal options.
Sure, ice cream gives you a temporary pleasure because of its sweet and delicious taste. However, it’s high saturated fat and refined carbohydrate content also increase your risk for obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and other very undesirable health issues.
As a kid, your parents and teachers likely told you the importance of eating tons of fruits and veggies. And as an adult, you’re likely far more aware of how important these foods are in order for your body to function.
If you love the lifestyle you probably already know the amazing results you can achieve with a vegan diet. Whether you are enjoying more energy or a flatter stomach there is little doubt that going vegan promotes overall wellness and a healthy life.
A vegan lifestyle is a healthy option. While you may be afraid of the stigma (or annoyed at it, if you’ve already made the switch) or afraid of the limitations, vegan products on the market today make your life easier and enhance your dishes.
Vegans: you know that in spite of what everyone else might think, we’re really just like everyone else. Even if food and how we prepare it is a major part of our lives, when we get home from a long day at work, we’d rather watch Netflix than cook a huge meal.
Regardless of what your dietary preferences are, we have a sneaking suspicion that you are going to need a vegan recipe or two (vegan dinner, anyone?) in your life at some point. After all, from vegan curries to vegan tempeh recipes, vegan cuisine can be darn tasty.
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Sticking to a well-balanced vegan diet can be achievable with a little bit of preparation. Having a well stocked pantry will give you options when you don’t have time for the grocery store and can save you time and money down the line. And, what better way to eat healthy than to stock your cabinet with only healthy options right? If you want to be prepared to make some healthy vegan meals, here’s what you gotta have.
You haven’t misread the title. Vegan diet plans, they’re a THING. Going vegan is a treat for health and wellness but sometimes, it can seem like a hassle. When the world generally caters to a non-vegan diet, it can be difficult to feed yourself in a convenient and affordable way. If you are vegan but also a busy individual with goals and a tight schedule, you might find that a vegan diet plan could make your life a whole lot easier. Here are a couple of signs that one of these plans may be right for you.
The term “vegan,” or, “veganism” has become very common in today’s society, but there still exists much confusion regarding what veganism truly is; some people think it’s just a fancy word for being a vegetarian, and others have an idea of how veganism works, but are confused about what goes into a vegan diet. Contrary to popular belief, a vegan diet includes much more than salad and fruit, and in many cases varies very little from a typical omnivorous diet. Many plants and legumes have protein which takes the place of meat, and there are a number of vegan milks on the market made up of almond or soy. However, it’s understandable that there could be some confusion regarding what exactly makes up a vegan diet, as it does often vary quite a bit from more commonly followed diets.
All of the following nutritional benefits come from a vegan diet full of foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, nuts, beans, and soy products. And the removal of toxic substances found only in animal meat.