If you haven’t taken the vegan leap, the time to do so is now. Adopting a vegan lifestyle is one of the best decisions you can make for the animals, our planet, and your health. Like all vegans, you’ll ask yourself why you didn’t make this positive transition sooner.
Most of us grew up with meat, dairy, and eggs as staples in our daily lives, but scientific studies have proven that a diet high in animals and animal products is detrimental to our health and well being. Animal agriculture is choking our planet with waste producing greenhouse gases and E.coli and clogging our bodies with saturated fats, cholesterol, antibiotics, hormones, and steroids. Over bred, the rights and welfare of animals has become a huge concern all over the world. It’s time for change for betterment for all.
Meanwhile, plant-based vegan diets have been proven that they’re not only great for our health, but superior in terms of nutrition.
- Amino Acids
No animal cruelty is involved and we leave less of a carbon footprint behind. Less waste, less emissions, and less death are the trifecta win for vegans and their lifestyle.
You may get the silly questions like “Where do you get your protein?”
Beans, tofu, plant milks, seeds, tempeh, nutritional yeast, seitan, nuts, peas, quinoa, and vegan meat alternatives are fantastic sources of protein.
“What can you eat other than salad?”
Anything non-vegans can eat, only better and cruelty free. Vegan versions of just about any food can be found or made, including cheeseburgers, steak, shrimp, ribs, and even eggs.
You won’t go without when you choose this compassionate lifestyle.
It may seem daunting at first to let go to all we’ve ever known, but one day you will be asking yourself the same question!
Why didn’t I do this sooner?
Glad you’re here!