Why Being A Vegan Is Great?
It’s January, and for Meatless Monday I decided to dedicate this blog post to the people in my life who are currently vegan. Since January is and many of you may be trying a vegan diet this month to support vegans, we thought we would join the global celebration of vegetarianism by writing a post about what makes being vegan great and what benefits it has for you to live vegan.
After thinking about what I spent yesterday morning, exploring the pros and cons of being vegan and exploring some of the ways that being vegan and vegetarian is good for mental health, we decided to share with you what we think is the most important thing about being vegetarian – the health benefits.
We are constantly defending our position on animal food and have therefore decided to summarize what we consider to be the most important issues of a vegan diet.
Although we do not believe that anyone should tell you whether you should be vegan or not, there are ethical areas of veganism.
A healthy and balanced vegan diet does not make you immune to disease, injury or disease.
After all, vegans are human beings and have the same health problems as everyone else, including cancer, heart disease, diabetes and obesity.
The main reason we are vegan is that we love animals and do not have the right to eat the animals we live with alone, and that is the second reason.
Nevertheless, I have highlighted some of the main reasons why people live vegan at all. People like to argue that they are vegan because they are too uncomfortable or because they eat too much meat without giving it up.
Convinced meat eaters argue that a vegan diet is far too expensive and that it is not possible to obtain sufficient nutrients from a plant-based diet.
Too often I hear vegans say that they don’t want to be active because they feel they have enough to do just because they are vegan.
I think once people realise that vegan life can be delicious, they are much more likely to hear other arguments against veganism. [Sources: 22]
I would also like to mention briefly that the China study is the holy bible of veganism and clearly proves that a vegan diet is “the right way.” If you are curious why I am a vegan and why you cannot be a vegan, read the pros and cons of veganism here.
If you feel inspired to try veganism and tell me about your experiences, your reasons for being vegan or why we love it, please let me know on Twitter. How do you talk to children about vegan diet, pets and veganism?
In fact, a vegan diet can make you healthier and keep you more in tune with the natural order of things.
Being a vegan like you can’t be unhealthy Can be as healthy as non-vegan, but as a vegan you are healthier. [Sources: 9, 19]
You can also improve your health, but at least you know how to safely follow a vegan diet.
Take the necessary supplements, read books and vegan dissertations, and practice healthy eating habits and lifestyle choices.
If it is not enough to eat a vegan diet for the planet, humans and animals, you can do it for your own health. If you are already a vegan and are sitting back, enjoying this post or thinking about trying veganism, reading it may give you the motivation to finally take the plunge.
The reason you become vegan is to support ethical treatment of animals and the environment. So why not take advantage of the benefits and build a better future? The future is better for everyone, whether you are vegan or not, if you think about becoming vegan and adopting a different lifestyle.
This will encourage more people to try vegan options and make it easier for aspiring vegetarians and vegans to stick to their diet.
Basically, we should all be out there, including myself, living vegan or at least becoming vegan than we already are.
If you want to be part of a real change, one of the easiest ways to eat vegan is to go on a vegan diet. However, if you feel overwhelmed by the switch to a vegan diet, you should seek help from a nutritionist.
Think about the pros and cons of a vegan diet before deciding whether it is the right program for you.
Some are concerned about the enormous impact of the meat industry on the environment and climate change; others are very compassionate and choose to eat vegan for ethical reasons such as combating animal cruelty.
Preventing the exploitation of animals is not the only reason to go vegan, but for many it remains the most important factor to become vegan and remain vegan. If you’re curious, try telling vegans that you’re eating less meat and see how they react. This is a great opportunity to ask them why they have chosen a vegan diet; you will see what I mean.