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Hey There! New Year is around the corner now and if you are thinking about getting a new year’s resolution let’s congratulate you first for signing up to get something challenging done and try and be a better version of yourself.
While on this new year’s eve you might take up any challenge as your resolution for Many people it might include losing weight, eating better, getting healthier, and helping make the world a more livable and breathable place. Well, be happy because you can accomplish all these goals by doing just one thing, Choose going vegan. Also, you’ll be able to enjoy all the delicious and satisfying meals as well.
By proposing and promoting a vegan lifestyle we are putting more force into the noble act of Vegunary which is a charity registered in England and Wales, inspiring people to go vegan for as many days as possible.
To help you further here is a list of the top 7 Reasons to Choose Going Vegan is the best and most humane decision to make.
Humanity is not only about letting people live, it applies to every living being. Each and every living being has a right to live peacefully without getting disturbed.
Every time you eat meat or eggs, that is a living being or living being in the process that you are having a meal. Every time you drink milk or any milk products that are not your food, that has rights reserved for other living beings.
Do you know that every vegan saves nearly 200 animals per year? There is simply no easier way to help animals and prevent their suffering than by choosing plant-based foods over eating them as food or having their meals.
Almost everyone wants to shed some extra pounds, don't they? Well, why not? It’s the best way to feel energised and looks more appealing.
Going vegan is one of the best ways to lose some extra fat. You might have seen that vegans are on average, up to 20 pounds lighter than meat-eaters.
Also, unlike unhealthy fad diets, which leave you feeling tired, going vegan helps you to keep the excess fat off you for a long and good, moreover, you feel super energised.
Going vegan is great for your health! According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, vegans are more immune and less likely to develop heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and high blood pressure.
Vegans get all the required healthy nutrients such as plant protein, fibre, and minerals, without all the ridiculously unhealthy stuff in meat that may slow down your health growth and make you weak and sick.
If you think going vegan means losing your taste buds, you are getting it all wrong. Because even after going vegan, you can still savour all your favourite foods, including burgers, sandwiches, and ice cream. The only difference here is that you’ll be ditching the cruelty and cholesterol that comes along while using animals for food.
As more and more people are going vegan, companies are coming out with more and more delicious food options, like imaginary meat– and dairy-free milk products, that taste great. All these options are much healthier and tastier than their animal-derived foods.
Moreover, you can check our other blogs and pages for some vegan recipes and vegan restaurants.
The extremity of animals - be it farm animals, companion animals, marine, or wildlife animals - is one of the top reasons why many people around the globe choose to go on a vegan diet.
As humans who care about the humane thing to take care of animals on the earth, we believe that, like humans, animals also have the right to survival and deserve to have their best interests taken into consideration.
Animals are not ours to use for food, clothing, experimentation, entertainment, or for anything else. By switching to a vegan diet, we will be able to ease the suffering and deaths of countless innocent animals. Keep eating meat leaves will only cause an environmental toll that our future generations will be forced to pay.
Discrimination in food distribution is the main cause of world hunger. This happens in every country and community. At the international level, there are some incentives to distribute food to those with less economic power and fewer resources.
But the question is why such things are needed in the first place. Well, that may be because there is not enough food for everyone around the globe.
Do you know how many tons of crops and water are needed to raise farmed animals? Well, it takes up to 13 pounds of grain to produce just 1 pound of animal flesh! All that food could have been used more efficiently if we had just eaten it. The more people go vegan, the better chances are there to help world hunger.
Meat is not eco-friendly. Consuming meat is one of the vilest things that you do for the Earth. Meat production is wasteful and causes a plethora of pollution, and the meat food industry also plays a huge role in the climate crisis.
When you decide to go vegan you choose to switch to a “greener” evolution. When it comes to fighting against the climate crisis, trust me, going green is your only option.
Above all being a human we are gifted with so many things from mother nature, it is our moral responsibility to give back to nature and not harm it any further. By going vegan we not just opt for a healthy lifestyle we also opt for a kinder world.
Still, if you find changing your whole diet completely overwhelming, you can also give it a try for just a month. And guess what? We are here to help you through the month. We will be sending recipes for each day of the coming month to make your vegan journey delicious and full of varieties. So just stay tuned!