Things We’ve Learnt About The Vegan Lifestyle
Lowers Your Risk Of Heart Disease And Type Two Diabetes
Doctors have been able to reverse cases of cardiovascular disease and type two diabetes by giving sufferers a low-fat vegan diet.
It is widely acknowledged that animal products rich in saturated fat and cholesterol are a major contributor to both heart disease and diabetes.
Shrinks Your Ecological Footprint
The number of resources it takes to produce the meat that humans eat is shocking. Per day, a vegan can save: 1 animal’s life, 1100 gallons of water, 30 sq ft of forest and 20lb of CO2 from going into the atmosphere
Can Aid Clearing Your Skin
Most people that go vegan see their skin clearing up. Even if you have clear skin beforehand – you should notice a glow.
It is reported that nails get stronger, hair grows quicker and you feel better overall.
Eat Without Worrying About ‘Bad’ Fats
Plant-based foods don’t contain saturated fats and cholesterol which makes avoiding ‘bad’ fats super easy.
Even Eating Vegan Part-Time Can Benefit Your Health
Studies have shown that vegans weigh on average 5-20% less than meat eaters.
Vegan diets are on a whole are linked to lower BMI’s, reduced risk of type two diabetes and incidents of cardiovascular disease.
Boosts Your Mood
People who eat a plant-based diet tend to have healthier mental health. They are reported to have less tension, anxiety, and fatigue. This is due to higher level of antioxidants in plant-based foods, especially fruit and vegetables.
Healthy carbohydrate-rich foods like brown rice can help regulate serotonin levels in the brain.