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!
Even if you avoid industrial farm produce it’s likely that your vegetables will have been grown with the help of manure and other animal products.
Factory farming is responsible for many public and environmental health issues and antibiotic resistance is just one of them.
It’s now possible to have all your favourites, from pigs in blankets to mince pies and roasts without harming any animals. But does any of it taste nice?
A recent study published in the BMJ has found that adults who consume the most dairy, compared with the least, are at the highest risk for early death.
Researchers found that people who strongly adhered to plant-based dietary patterns during midlife were less likely to develop cognitive impairment later on.
Meat Free Monday has a new logo, with a personal touch from Paul McCartney, and hopes its fresh and fun anniversary campaign will inspire more people to join the movement.
Research has found that Rheumatoid Arthritis symptoms can be alleviated significantly from a plant-based diet.
What you eat matters. Not only is it important to eat food that is healthy, but what you eat also has an impact on the planet’s health.
Physician members of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine are petitioning the Food and Drug Administration to put a warning label on cheese.
For decades soya beans have been the main supply of plant-based protein, but pea protein has become an attractive alternative.
Connecting the dots on animal agriculture’s impact on the environment, coupled with the truth about nutrition.
From a vault of newfound recipes to knowing exactly what products to avoid in the supermarket, you learn lots your first year!
Concerns about the safety of post-Brexit imports mask a bigger issue: the hyper-intensive American farming model.
In a recent study published in Scientific Reports, researchers confirmed that all our nutritional needs can be satisfied without eating meat.
The first science-based diet has been devised and it requires huge cuts in red meat-eating in Western countries and radical changes across the world.
Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods produce delicious plant-based meat alternatives. However, they are far from healthy foods.