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!
The vibrant city houses over eighty wild animal “wet” markets. Activists and campaigners are afraid of what this might mean in the future for public health.
Terry used to hunt animals, but now he is vegan and its changing his life by improving his health. See what he has to say.
Zoonotic diseases are not new to humans. From swine-flu to SARS, and now the Coronavirus, we have seen it all. So why do we continue to eat animals?
From Prevention to Cure: A closer look at the Coronavirus, vaccines and the impact of animal exploitation on public health.
You have heard these terms before, sometimes even used interchangeably, but what do they actually mean, and why is it important to know the difference?
Peter Singer, respected moral philosopher and Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University, delves into the unspoken dark side of COVID-19.
Coronavirus has spread with a speed that no one could foresee. Whole countries are under lockdown and the death toll is steadily climbing
Coronavirus has hit China hard and food has been singled out as the cause of the outbreak. It is, no surprise that the Chinese are interested in JUST egg.
Switching to a plant-based diet is great for your health and great for the environment, delicious and incredibly convenient.
The argument between which is healthier – butter or margarine has raged on for ages. Finally, we have a scientific verdict.
The respected actor announced his change in diet on “Vs The Internet,” claiming that veganism has improved his health and made him “feel really good.”
Medical studies, involving 70 000 participants, show that swapping out red meat for plants can help to reduce the risk of heart disease.
Dairy consumption is a factor in the development of chronic illness such as cancer and diabetes. What are some alternatives?
Your diet has a far larger impact on the environment than you know. Meat, dairy and unsustainable farming are draining the earth.
Planning on going vegan? Or maybe you’re just curious about veganism? Either way, here is a list of ways to stay healthy on a vegan diet.
Corned beef is a simple and delectable household staple we all grew up with and its now available completely cruelty free and 100% delicious.
Plant based alternatives to household meat products has the potential to make us healthier while also fighting climate change.
Vegan yogurt brand Hälsa Foods is helping U.S. farmers transition to dairy. Its new conversion program will help farmers grow oats instead. Vegan yogurt.
Americans tend to stick their heads in the sands when it comes to the environmental footprint of their food
The reluctance the food of Americans to give up their hamburgers, steaks, meat and sausage is doing terrible harm to the planet
A recent study in the US links meat eating and amino acids to chronic illnesses such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
This is a thorny question, and food sustainability experts are reluctant to single out any one plant milk as best because all have pros and cons.
Bees are essential to the functioning of America’s titanic almond industry – and billions are dying in the process It’s like sending bees to war.
You don’t have to eat meat or take supplements to get your B Vitamins. Here are some excellent sources of B vitamins found abundantly in a vegan diet.
Further evidence from experts that eating two or more servings of red meat, processed meat or poultry per week is linked to a higher risk of heart disease.
A few years ago, vegan fast-food choices were limited – yet now the vegan sausage roll is a high-street staple.
If you have slunk back to burgers after a month of Veganuary, all is not lost. Here’s how British shoppers can track down high-welfare, eco-friendly produce
Physicians Committee dietitian, Minh Nguyen, MS RD, recommends Americans should be eating more plant-based foods rather than a low-carb diet.
New research is clear that red and processed meats should not be on the menu if you want to be healthy and save the environment.
If you’re concerned about eating foods sourced sustainably and ethically, here’s a round-up of some of the foods to be aware of or steer clear of in 2020.
We all need to stop consuming meat, but we also need to eat seasonally and get all the nutrition we need from sources not too far from our doorsteps.
2019 saw the rise of plant-based burgers and an increase in flexitarian diets. So what will 2020 bring to your plate?
Eden Project in Cornwall, England, a structure designed to represent three distinct climates of the world. has launched a pop-up restaurant with vegan food.
The animal agriculture industry accounts for an exorbitant amount of our earth’s woes. However, eating a plant-based diet can counter these challenges.
Two doctors have dramatically improved the health of a small village in Canada after convincing the community to take up a vegan diet.
Eating less meat could help the environment and our health – so what’s stopping us? Perhaps we need to tackle the misconceptions around plant-based eating.
Wine is made from grapes, grapes are plants, plants are vegan, therefore wine is vegan – simple as that, right? Unfortunately not.
By making simple changes like eating fewer animal products and more fresh produce, you can cut your personal greenhouse gas emissions significantly.
The driving force for many behind going vegan is concerns over animal welfare, but a plant-based diet also has benefits for the planet and your health.
One documentary cannot change the world, but it appears that the Game Changers has hit us where we feel it most – in our stomachs.
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.