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If you are looking for new vegan recipes for improving your diet and change your eating habits, then keep reading...

There are three reasons why people tend to eat vegan diets. These three reasons include ethics, health, and environmental concerns. Each of these reasons has its own unique contribution to the desire to go vegan, and many times, those who choose this diet experience two or even all three of these reasons behind their decision.

Behind the ethics of things, vegans often believe that humans, all animals, and creatures have a right to life and a right to freedom. They believe that by being kept in farms to produce food products for humans or by being raised just for killing, we are interrupting their well-being and preventing them from having access to their right to life and right to freedom. As such, they avoid eating all animal products to avoid contributing to the very practices that keep these animals in confines or being raised just for slaughter.

When it comes to the health benefits of veganism, many choose this way of life because they realize those wholefood products that are not associated with animals tend to produce the healthiest benefits within the body.

A plant-based diet has been said to have many benefits, ranging from reducing the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes to preventing cancer and premature death. Some people who transition to this diet are also concerned about the hormones and antibiotics that the animals are being treated with, so they avoid meat to avoid consuming these hormones and antibiotics.

This audiobook covers chapters, like:

  • Benefits of Vegan Diet
  • Why You Must Consume Plant-Based Healthy Protein
  • The Plant-Based High Protein Pantry and Fridge
  • Why Is Protein Important
  • How to Calculate Your Protein Needs
  • Energy and Strength with Protein Diet
  • Macros and Micros
  • Food-Based Mistakes
  • What to Eat During Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Breakfast
  • And much more!

In regard to the environmental concerns, vegans are often concerned with the impact that animal agriculture has on land. Deforestation, higher greenhouse gas emissions, and the massive amounts of resources that it takes to feed animals are things to consider when it comes to educating yourself on the impact of animal agriculture. Some vegans prefer veganism because it minimizes their footprint on the environment.

Veganism is a diet that excludes all forms of animal exploitation and cruelty. This means that absolutely no products that are produced by animals are to be consumed by humans. Unlike vegetarianism, which simply refers to a no-meat diet, veganism includes cutting out things like dairy, honey, eggs, and other products that come from animals, but are not necessarily gained through the slaughtering of animals.

Many vegans also choose to adjust their lifestyle to avoid owning any products such as clothing or housewares that are created as a result of the cruelty or exploitation of animals. This means nothing made of leather, fur, or anything derived from animals would be purchased by a vegan.

If you really want to discover more about this subject, then this is the only book you want. So, scroll up, and click the "buy now" button!

©2020 Matthew Stone (P)2020 Matthew Stone

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