A properly chalked out vegan diet that is well-balanced, calorie-controlled & plant-based can be good for heart health, diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. Just like in case of any other diet plan, if you're really interested in trying a vegan diet, it is highly recommended to talk to your doctor or dietician to be sure you're meeting your nutritional and health needs. This book helps in understanding the sources of various vital minerals, vitamin, proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
So if you're looking to clean up your diet with a strict, low-calorie, vegan lifestyle, this book offers the first step towards following a healthy vegan diet plan. Also included in this book is the vegan diet plan for weight loss along with some delicious vegan recipes from around the world.
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In the U.S., there are close to 30 billion animals slaughtered annually for food consumption. Such astonishing figures sum up as ecologically terrible and cruel enough to raise animals on factory farms. Besides that disturbing fact, the food consumption of animals is totally unhealthy, and heightens risks of developing various illnesses and diseases such as, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, multiple allergies, obesity, osteoporosis, strokes, and heart attacks.
As a response to health, ecological and animal welfare concerns, sympathetic individuals from around the globe have adopted a vegetarian regimen. For the record, vegetarians and vegans alike are 10% as likely to develop obesity as carnivorous people, and prides with a 40% cancer rate against that of meat-lovers.
Facts about Veganism
Vegetarians never eat fish, meat, and poultry. Rather, they subsist on a diet consisting wholly of vegetables and vegetable products, nuts, grains, seeds, and fruits, and sometimes, eggs or dairy products. Vegans classify themselves as strict vegetarians who eat plant products only and refrain from eating or using all animal products and its by-products, like dairy products, honey, leather, fur, silk, or wool.
Vegans choose such a distinct lifestyle due to various reasons. Primary among them are health, ethical, and environmental concerns. In addition, abhorrence of meat, non-violent beliefs, household economics, and being sympathetic to animal welfare are the growing intents for more people making a transition to a vegan lifestyle.
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