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The Vegan Lifestyle Infographic

Vegetarianism shows the cultural concept of returning to nature, returning to health and protecting the ecological environment of the earth. One in 10 people in the US and one in six in the UK have become or are considering becoming vegetarian. Quietly spreading vegetarian culture makes vegetarian become a global fashion label more and more. Vegetarian, has become a new environmental protection, healthy lifestyle.

Dietary Culture

Vegetarianism is a dietary culture in which people who practice it, called vegetarians, do not eat food made from all parts of the animal body, including fat and gelatin. Vegetarianism varies from country to country and from culture to culture. Some vegetarians eat honey, milk and eggs, while others do not.

Nothing will benefit human health and increase the chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet.” 

- Albert Einstein (a major proponent of vegetarianism)

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What is the Vegan Lifestyle?

A vegan’s diet consists of anything that doesn’t come from an animal. They don’t eat meat, fish, poultry, or any other animal by-products, such as eggs or milk. Today, alternatives for all these animal products have been found, such as almond and soy milk, as well as tofu.

As more people show interest in a vegan diet, more recipes to replace nonvegan foods have become available, and more restaurants offer vegetarian and vegan dishes.

Estimated that 0.1% vegans exist in the world.

Types of Vegans

According to the vegan facts, they’re grouped based on the types of vegan food products they consume.

  1. Dietary vegans

    Plant-based dishes.

  2. Junk-food vegans

    Heavily processed vegan food like desserts, frozen dinners, vegan meats, and fries.

  3. Low-fat vegans

    Fruitarians, those who don’t consume high-fat foods.

  4. Raw-food vegans

    Raw, dried, or cooked at low temps.

  5. Whole-food vegans

    Rich in whole foods like fruits, whole grains, nuts, etc.

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Vegan Health Benefit

The benefits of just eating extra vegetables and fruit are profound and include a longer life, improved heart health, weight loss, and reduced risk of diabetes, just to name a few of the important ones.

Reduce Risk of Diabetes

A 2019 Harvard study of 300,000 participants revealed that a vegan diet drastically reduces the chance of getting type 2 diabetes.

Reduce Risk of Prostate Cancer

In 2016, scientists from Loma Linda University in California researched 26,000 men and assessed the potential link between various diets and prostate cancer.

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