Vegan food has been a booming trend in the past days. Researchers at the University of Oxford found that not eating meat and dairy products can reduce a person’s carbon footprint by up to 73%.
If you’ve seen the documentary What The Health veganism can be hard to exist when meat companies are giving money to other organizations to say meat is good for you when it really isn’t.
Researchers have found that eating more beans and less beef (and other variations of vegan diets) is good for your heart, reducing the risk of heart disease by as much as 24%, according to one study. A vegan diet cuts out processed meats, which have been linked to a range of deadly cancers, include colon, kidney, and stomach cancers. You might even have more energy and sleep better in the future as animal-based foods can take a lot of energy to digest due to their high protein and fat content.
A third off early deaths could be prevented by everyone giving up meat according to a Harvard study –https://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2018/04/26/third-early-deaths-could-prevented-everyone-giving-meat-harvard/
I honestly think that if you want to do good in this world start with veganism! It was the best decision I’ve made in my life.
What to watch?
Landsverk, Gabby. “Healthy Plant-Based Diet Tied to Lowered Heart Risk.” Insider, Insider, 7 Aug. 2019, www.insider.com/healthy-plant-based-diet-tied-to-lowered-heart-risk-2019-8.