VEGAN HEALTH BENEFITS
There are many benefits becoming a vegan, but don’t just believe us – read what the experts are saying below. If you aren’t vegan already, you will be after reading these articles!
McDonald’s customers consume up to 90 million Big Macs in a year, without questioning where those burgers come from. Here’s what’s in your Big Mac…
A plant-based lifestyle doesn’t come with instructions. To help you along, here are four ways to start you on a path that will literally change your life.
The vaccine has been tested on animals so it isn’t vegan. But top vegan doctors recommend vegans still have it. Here’s what they have to say on the matter.
Doctors want the USDA to remove dairy from dietary guidelines, citing racial bias and that dairy products are far less healthful than other calcium sources.
Most of us have heard that dairy is good for having healthy strong bones, but could this be a myth? Evidence would suggest it is.
We’ve all heard that fish is a healthy food option. However, research seems to suggest that it isn’t, now more than ever.
Consumer food choices and habits can help to clean up the planet, decrease the impact of climate change and contribute to shrinking world hunger.
Ditching meat is good for the environment and your health. See the scientific reason why a sustainable diet could improve your health.
Animal Agriculture is responsible for more greenhouse gas emissions than fossil-fueled transport as well as being detrimental to human health.
Williams, who was diagnosed with Sjogren’s syndrome, shares how going vegan helped her to maintain her health and secure her future.
Is your doctor knowledgable enough on nutrition to advise you on how to live a healthy life? A report by The Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic says no.
“Cognitive dissonance is the mental conflict that occurs when beliefs or assumptions are contradicted by new information.
Plant-based milks have grown in popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic, but will it continue to grow after it has ended?
Two medical doctors suggest ways in which you can transition your family to a vegan diet that is healthy and sustainable.
Established food cultures which have embraced plant-based diets set an example for the rest of us on how to live more sustainably.
A study done by Australian researchers shows that eating just one egg a day can increase your risk of diabetes by up to 60%.
Report by World Animal Protection (WAP) says intensive farming is engaging in “risky business” as animals begin to show signs of antibiotic resistance.
Fast food industry kicks back with criticism after the UK proposes a nation-wide ban on junk-mail advertising to promote healthy eating.
More and more people around the world are choosing a humane diet, cutting meat and dairy to stop the harm done to animals in the name of food.
Stress is a way of life for more and more of us and lifestyle changes are the key to protect yourself from the effects of constant pressure.
When you realize what cow’s milk actually does to the body, the planet, and the animals, the truth is is really horrifying.
Plant-based diets are often misconstrued as expensive however, a study done by The Deakin University shows ditching meat and dairy could save you money.
People often classify vegans and vegetarians together, but there is a big difference between the two lifestyles. So how do they differ?
Think dairy is good for you? More and more high-quality research is showing us that dairy is not all that it’s cracked up to be.
A new study has published in Clinical Nutrition has found that eating a plant-based diet is more satisfying than one that includes meat.
The protein in dairy products can be linked to addiction and multiple health problems including cancer and mood disorders.
If you have ever thought about going vegan, here is a guide to help you see why choosing veganism is so important and show you how to get started.
Cooking fake meat is sometimes harder than it seems. Here is a complete guide to cooking plant-based alternative meat for beginners.
Oxford Food Researcher, Marco Springmann, says that government policies are the only real way to influence change in unsustainable eating habits.
So here I am, wondering why I went vegan. Maybe it was just time. Thinking of going vegan? Here are four wonderful stories to inspire you!
Derek Sarno, Co-founder of Wicked Healthy and the author of The Wicked Healthy Cookbook, responds to the recent backlash against vegan foods.
Going plant-based is best for your health and the health of our planet. Once you start experiencing the real benefits there is no looking back.
To improve food security and public health, innovative policies are needed that promote whole food, plant-based diets, rich in whole grains, vegetables, fruits, legumes, and nuts
Switch4Good published report by clinicians and nutritionists showing the alarming impact dairy has on the health of athletes.
One single act is all it will take to start to heal the planet we all share. We need to eat as humans are designed to eat – plants and only plants.
Coach Matthew Dickens writes on why he went vegan, and how it has improved his fitness, making him a better athlete and coach.
Activists say that free dairy milk offered at UK schools should be replaced with healthier, sustainable plant-based milks.
Plant-based milks are infinitely better for the environment than dairy, but how do you know which milk to choose if you are concerned about climate change?
Choosing to eat a plant-based diet can be a big change. Here are some things for over 65’s to consider when making the switch.
Climate-change induced anxiety is becoming common as people learn about the climate crisis. Could eating plant-based help us feel empowered?
Research shows that diets that are plant-rich, and which avoid meat and dairy, can increase life expectancy and improve quality of life.
Studies show that people who eat a vegan or plant-based diet tend to be healthier than those who eat a diet heavy in meat and dairy.
Diseases such as heart disease and diabetes can be avoided by swapping meat-protein for plant-protein and choosing a plant-based or vegan diet.
Many of us grew up to believe that milk would give us strong bones and keep us healthy. But what is the reality?
The health of the human race is at risk, and the culprit is our food. Better food systems and food security are needed to ensure we are protected.
Focusing on human health alone won’t solve the core issues that cause pandemics, such as COVID-19. We must adopt a holistic approach.
With COVID-19 ravaging communities globally, it has never been so clear just how bad meat is for human health and for our future.
Among other suggestions to lower one’s chances, the ACA recommends eating less meat, particularly red meat and moving towards a plant-based diet.
The US Department of Agriculture’s MyPlate dietary guidelines include dairy as a part of a healthy diet, but these doctors are urging them to change that.
Meat is bad for your health, for the environment and for the animals involved. There is no better time for you to go vegan.
With vegan alternatives to meat becoming more mainstream things look positive, but will it last, and can it replace real meat?
Food is closely linked with family, tradition and wholesome togetherness; so what happens when one of our family members goes vegan?
Major pandemics and plagues have all been linked back to animal agriculture. COVID-19 is no different. It should encourage us to make better choices.
The lack of food variety on our store shelves signals the devastating impact of declining biodiversity with irreversible health consequences.
Eating a plant-based diet will strengthen your immune system making your body better equipped to fight off diseases such as COVID-19.
COVID-19 is the making of a cruel and unsustainable animal agriculture industry. To avoid pandemics, we must do better in protecting animals.
To minimise the risk of another pandemic, we must reconsider our food choices. One innovative way is replacing animal products with plant-based options.
For years the ‘meat-loving man’ has been a stereotype. Now a new study suggests that things may be changing.
Veteran boxer ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson will be returning to the ring at the age of 53. He credits his vegan diet for his good health.
Zoonotic diseases make up 3/4 of diseases that infect humans, and deforestation is a major cause for the spread of disease from animals to humans.
Animal rights organisation files lawsuit against US Department of Agriculture for the lack of regulation of disease contributing factory farms.
The country’s potato industry has been hard hit by COVID-19 prompting the potato growers’ union, Belgapom, to urge buyers to eat potatoes “twice a week.”
A report by Trinity College in Dublin wants to see Irish consumers eat better for the planet by suggesting alternatives to traditional meals.
Beyond Meat has announced that it will be appearing at the 10th year anniversary virtual event of Michelle Obama’s Partnership for a Healthier America.
Did you know that going vegan leads to a host of side effects? If you are planning on going vegan, read on to know what they are.
There are many versions of making vegan scrambled eggs, but nothing has been quite as successful as Just’s eggs. And it has taken the world by storm.
Dairy-based butter has long been a staple of the American diet – but appetites are rapidly changing.
The software and media company has taken the ‘Cool Food Pledge’ to reduce carbon-emissions. The plant-based menus have been rolled out in NY and NJ.
A report released by MarketsandMarkets shows that the COVID-19 outbreak and its impact will make consumers more conscious in their spending choices.
Wine Educator, Sarah Phillips, dishes all the details on the best vegan chocolate brands out there and how to expertly pair your favourites.
New Zealand Animal rights group wants COVID-19 prompted economic plans to consider innovative ways to revolutionise the way we get our food.
During the Coronavirus lockdown, many of us thought about food. And had time to explore new dishes and, possibly an entirely different style of living.
Where does COVID-19 come from? Should you still be eating meat? All of your most pertinent questions about COVID-19 and meat-eating answered!
A proposed trade deal could see US meat find its way to shelves in the UK. However, there are concerns that the meat doesn’t meet the country’s standards.
Estrogen levels in milk may contribute to health problems in men. Rather opt for alternative milks that are just as tasty without the risk!
We became comfortable with bad systems which led to the current disaster according to Dae-oup Chang, author of Capitalist Development in Korea.
Crispy Vegan bacon made from carrots becomes an instant internet hit as Chef Tabitha Brown’s video goes viral on streaming platform TikTok.
The study conducted by IDTechEx provides a shocking revelation into the sheer scale of unsustainable farming in the country.
20% of the meat served in schools and hospitals in the UK will be cut from the menu to narrow animal agriculture and address the climate crisis.
The horror of Factory Farming: Chickens are dipped into boiling water while still fully conscious. They are then burned to death. Please go vegan.
The influential conservationist called for a ban on the wild-life trade saying that we must protect wild-life to protect the future.
Coronavirus was not the first deadly disease to emerge from the meat and dairy industry. Here is a list of other diseases that were similarly caused.
Deadly diseases such as the coronavirus outbreak, which has killed thousands, only happen if we exploit and abuse our position on earth.
You might think that zoonotic diseases are caused only by consuming wildlife, that is not true – its caused by eating animals including the ones you eat.
Member of retro rock band “Queen” says that going vegan is the only way to end deadly pandemics, such as COVID-19 for good.
Faunalytics’ Research Scientist have attempted to research the extent of public knowledge on the COVID-19 pandemic’s origins. Here are their findings.
Dr Margaret Kinnaird from the World Wide Fund for Nature, breaks down how the COVID-19 crisis must spell the end of the international wild-life trade.
This long-awaited documentary which took three years to put together follows the visionaries who are fighting to end animal agriculture for good.
Humans like to think of ourselves as separate, superior even, to nature. Despite this, protecting nature is the only way to save us from deadly pandemics.
What is a plant-based diet? Is it suitable for my family? How do I get started? We have all the information you need to switch!
According to a new report, human interference in wild life habitats and the destruction of biodiversity is the root cause of the spread of disease.
Coronavirus isn’t the first pandemic to infect the world. Zoonotic diseases have come up time and time again to remind us of the dangers of eating meat.
Don’t let social distancing convince you that cooking has to be boring. Try out these vegan cooking tips and add a dash of flavour to lockdown.
We can all agree that there is nothing like a home cooked meal, but with dwindling stock at grocers most have had to go without – yes, even the vegans.
Climate change and deforestation caused by animal agriculture are major contributors to disease, scientists have warned for years.
Asian live animal markets might be the stuff of horror movies, but researchers argue that industrial farming is equally unsettling and incredibly dangerous.
Bear-bile has no scientifically-proven health benefits, and extraction is a cruel process. This hasn’t stopped Chinese health authorities from promoting it.
Fake meat products such as Beyond Meat and the Impossible Burger beg the question: What is up with our need to mimic real animal flesh?
Nielsen report finds consumer habits have indicated a public awareness of the dangers of meat as vegan products become food of choice.
Self-isolating might save some from contracting coronavirus, but it won’t save us from the next outbreak of a deadly disease caused by meat.