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  • Reasons for going vegan

    Reasons for going vegan

    Do you know what Tobey Maquire who played Spiderman, actress Mayim Hoya Bialik from The Big Bang Theory, singer Ariana Grande and Carl Lewis have in common? They all decided to go vegan. Veganism is spreading throughout the planet. Millions of people are vegan today, and every week thousands of people are joining them. Become one of them! There are many reasons to go vegan: it's healthy, it's good for our planet, it helps reduce starvation in the world, it's good for animals and it's very tasty! Our change of diet...» more
  • Going vegan for your health

    Going vegan for your health

    We all want to be healthy, right? It is wonderful to know that a varied vegan diet provides all the nutrients necessary for good health. A vegan diet based on whole foods, plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, plus whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds is low in sugar and fat and high in carbohydrates. It is therefore not common for vegans to have weight problems. Research has shown that a well-balanced vegan diet is generally healthier than a vegetarian and meat-eating diet, so the transition to veganism will certainly...» more
  • Going vegan for the environment

    Going vegan for the environment

    Going vegan for the environment Would you take someone seriously if they told you that one third of the world's land area is turning into desert due to meat production? Or, would you be shocked if you found out that more than one half of the world's oceans is approaching a point of ecological collapse because of overfishing? Did you know that the livestock raised for food needs land, water, fertilizers and and other resources that would normally be used for the production of plant-based food for people? What...» more
  • Going vegan to reduce world hunger

    Going vegan to reduce world hunger

    The world we live in is a world of huge differences - more than 900 million people in the world are starving, two billion are malnourished, while on the other end of the world around 1.5 billion people are overweight or obese. On one side of the planet overeating is increasing, while on the other side malnutrition is increasing. One third of all arable land in the world is used for growing grain for livestock food, instead of being used to feed the people who are dying of hunger. Isn't that terrible? We are feeding...» more
  • Going vegan for animals

    Going vegan for animals

    Why vegan? Because all animals have the right to live without being exploited by people. If you want to do something good for the animals, change your diet! If you stop eating animals and animal-based food, you will help stop the cruelty and injustice towards animals. More than 60 billion animals that are raised for meat, eggs and dairy products die per year because of our diet. Also, despite the opinion that milk and eggs don't kill animals, cows that are kept for milking and chickens that are kept for eggs are...» more