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Vegan: Vegan Facts: Why You Should Go Vegan NOW!
This short book (27 pages) will walk you through the basics of veganism as a lifestyle. If you want to know why and how to make the change, this is a must. Here, you’ll read about:
- History of veganism.
- Why you should not consume meat.
- The benefits of a vegan lifestyle.
- How you can lose weight quickly and safely.
- How you help the environment.
- How animals are affected.
You can read it on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device.
The Forks Over Knives Plan: How to Transition to the Life-Saving, Whole-Food, Plant-Based Diet
If you watched the documentary, you know how good this book will be.
If you haven’t watched the documentary, head to Netflix and check it on your to-do list. Forks Over Knives (watch the trailer here) is about the health benefits of the vegan diet, including interviews with doctors and patients about it and scientific back-up.
The book will show you how to put the vegan diet into practice with an easy-to-follow 28 day-plan designed by doctors Pulde and Lederman, featured in the documentary.
You’ll know what to buy, how to plan your meals, prevent cravings, and 100 recipes in 4 weeks.
If you want to start veganism with the right foot, this book is for you.
The Vegan Way: 21 Days to a Happier, Healthier Plant-Based Lifestyle That Will Transform Your Home,
This is a 21-day plan that will walk you through everything you will need to start in the vegan diet, mostly if you are intimidated by going vegan overnight but don’t want an everlasting transition.
Here, you’ll have inspiration and specific goals to achieve (with all the support you might need). You’ll know what foods to buy, what to order in restaurants, vegan-friendly places to visit, how to avoid clothing made from animals, how to decipher ingredients’ lists, recipes, and more.
The Vegan Way is meant to be a roadmap to guide you through this process, the easiest and most comfortable way possible.
Why I will ALWAYS be vegan: 125 essays from around the world
If you have all the theoretical and scientific information you want, but you’re lacking some inspiration to start your vegan diet, this collection of 125 passionate essays will do you a huge favor with that final push.
Here, you’ll be able to see veganism in 125 different points of view, with it’s mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects. Written by men, women, young, and old people from all over the world sharing one common ground: veganism.
This is a beautiful and inspirational book, for vegans and non-vegans alike.
The Vegan Solution: Why The Vegan Diet Often Fails and How to Fix It
This one is a must if you seriously plan to follow a vegan weight-loss plan.
The book (available in Kindle, paperback, and even audiobook) is about the author’s research about the metabolic rate in health as applied to a vegan diet. In other words, the book will teach you about:
- “The Frigid Fourteen”: 14 metabolism-lowering mistakes common in veganism and how to avoid them.
- The personal experience and advice of Chris Randall, who lost 150 pounds with a vegan diet.
- How to achieve similar to those of Chris, whether you’re vegan or not.
- Common myths of the vegan diet.
Planters’ Choice Organic Herb Growing Kit + Herb Grinder
Complete Kit to Easily Grow 4 Herbs from Seed (Basil, Cilantro, Chives & Parsley)
with Comprehensive Guide | Unique Gift
The kit includes:
- 4 biodegradable growing pots.
- 4 moisture-proof organic seed packets.
- 4 soil discs that expand (up to 7 times) when watered.
- 4 bamboo plant markers.
- 1 herb grinder, so you always have fresh herbs on your dishes.
You can grow the basic herbs for cooking: basil, cilantro, chives, and parsley. They are 100% organic and NON-GMO. Can it get any better?
Yes. It has a fool proof instruction booklet with details on how to plant the seeds and take care of them, as well as some interesting history facts about each one.
Finally, it has a 100% refund policy, no questions asked, if you don’t feel satisfied with the product.
It’s an amazing gift idea for a child, a loved one or even for a self-treat. Have you been thinking about an indoor garden? This is the perfect way to start.
Vegan Fact: Leonardo Da Vinci was vegan as well:
“The day will come when men such as I will look upon the murder of animals as they now look upon the murder of men.”
The guy was right.
Vegan Cookbook for Beginners: The Essential Vegan Cookbook to Get Started
This is the easiest way to submerge yourself in the vegan lifestyle (or to refresh vegan recipes ideas for seasoned vegans). This cookbook includes:
- What’s the vegan diet, health benefits, how to make the transition, avoid common mistakes, vegan facts.
- Weekly vegan meal plan.
- Easy guidelines.
- +150 Quick vegan recipes of smoothies, breakfasts, dressings, sauces, salads, appetizers, soups, main dishes, desserts and snacks. Basically, everything you could ever need.
- Simple shopping list.
- Kindle or paperback format.
It sums up the basics for a vegan lifestyle. Do you want to show your carnivore family that veganism is delicious and healthy? Do it with a black bean vegetable enchilada for dinner. Blueberry muffins for breakfast? Of course. Make homemade hummus or cilantro quinoa burgers for a vegan party. You can add vegan food to enhance any situation with this cookbook.
Talking about food, you might have heard that the vegan diet lacks some nutrients. Let’s make a brief parenthesis to demystify this issue:
- B12 vitamin. The most suitable plant-based source for this vitamin is nori, as shown in this Japanese study of 2014. You can take supplements as well. You need that vitamin for red blood cell formation, neurological function and DNA synthesis. Start adding sushi to your meals!
- Vitamin A. Your body can produce its own vitamin A with vegetables (like sweet potato, winter squash, and kale) and fruits (like mango, cantaloupe and red grapefruit).
- Vitamin D. Mushrooms are the only plant-based source of vitamin D, besides the sun. It’s added in fortified soy milk and other vegan foods as well.
- Calcium and iron. This is a myth. If you don’t eat leafy greens and fruits (besides beans and whole wheat) you won’t have enough nutrients, no matter if you’re vegan, carnivore, or whatever-vore.
- Protein. This is the biggest and oldest myth. A protein molecule is made of little bricks called “amino acids” which our body needs in order to function properly. Plants have certain “bricks”, grains and beans have others… You must combine them to make a complete protein molecule. It sounds harder than it is. Lentils, chickpeas and quinoa are great sources of protein.
The other issue with protein is the daily intake needed. Some people consider that a vegan diet doesn’t offer enough protein, but how much is enough? An average person needs 0.8-1.3 grams per kg (0.36-0.6 grams per pound. Check this information here, here, and here). So:
A 70kg person would need a daily protein intake of 56 grams.
This can be accomplished easily in a vegan diet. One serving of tofu contains 11 to 25 grams of protein, ½ cup of lentils contains 10 grams, edamame has 22 grams per cup, broccoli has 3 grams per cup… And we’re talking about high-quality protein here, bombs of minerals and vitamins. Shake off that protein excuse.
Even though the daily-intake-needed-of- protein studies are far from over, a vegan diet can offer the amount you need and huge health benefits.
Spiralizer Vegetable Slicer
Folksmate Mandoline Slicer with Strong Stainless Steel Spiral 3-Blade
Best Veggie Pasta Spaghetti Make for Low Carb / Paleo / Gluten-Free
This is the perfect vegan gift. Really. With it, you can have fresh veggies or fruits ready to eat in no time.
- It has 3 sharp Japanese 420-grade hardened stainless steel blades. This will cut those stubborn carrots or help you make a nice zucchini spaghetti.
- It has a suction cup that firmly locks on the countertop to prevent accidents.
- It’s easy to use. You can set it up quickly and later take it apart and store in a drawer.
- The blades are color-coded, depending on the kind of cut you want. They are easy to change, and the design allows you to store them safely.
- It’s safe to use. The steady design lets you make your veggie noodles keeping your hands far from the blades.
With it, you can make new recipes or adapt the ones you already know. The cookbook and the spiralizer make the perfect vegan kit for starters!
Vegan Fact: The word “vegan” was coined in 1944, due to the foundation of the new movement leaded by non-dairy vegetarians that later turned into The Vegan Society. They needed a word to describe the movement, so “dairyban”, “vitan”, and “benevore” were discussed. At the end, they opted for “vegan”, as it contains the first three and last two letters of “vegetarian”. In the words of one of the founders, Donald Watson:
“It marked the beginning and end of vegetarian.”
But, the word “vegan” existed among science-fiction writers to describe the inhabitants of the “Vega” star.
Also, “Veganism” is an acronym for “Saving me”.
Vegan as F*ck 2018 Planner
Vegan Weekly Monthly Planner Calendar Organiser and Journal
with Inspirational Quotes + To Do Lists with Vegan Design Cover (Vegan Gifts) (Volume 8)
Whether you’re vegan or want to be for 2018, this planner is for you. Some of us need a place to organize everything. Here, you’ll have:
- A weekly and monthly planner to schedule your meetings and keep track of deadlines. Also, to make your daily/weekly vegan meal plan.
- All your weekly to-do lists in one single place. Stop relying on the post-it’s adhesive properties.
- A notes section to write a new vegan recipe, things to remember, or draw doodles at the corners.
- Inspirational quotes to help you through the day, or maybe to write them as an Instagram caption for your TBT’s.
- An 8.5×11″ size, sturdy stock. Perfect to carry to school/college/work or to have on your desk.
- U.S. holidays and fun holidays (National Spaghetti Day, anyone?).
Vegan Fact: The World Vegan Day is celebrated every November 1st since 1994. It was meant to commemorate the anniversary of The Vegan Society organisation, founded in 1944. Thom Yorke (Radiohead) and Anthony Kiedis (Red Hot Chili Peppers) are vegans. One more reason to enjoy “Creep” or “Californication”!
Holiday Collection Home Spa Bath and Body Natural Skin Care Gift Sets By Namaste Skin
You want a raise on your salary for the upcoming year? Soften the mood of your boss with this amazing skin care collection. Don’t know what to buy for your sister? Look no further. Want to treat yourself with a home-spa session? Buy this and go straight to the bathtub! The world could fall apart but you won’t care with this relaxing aromatherapy assets.
This cruelty-free, vegan kit includes:
- Hand & body lotion.
- Shower gel.
- Charcoal facial mask.
- Eye cream.
- Bath salt.
- Wood brush.
- Shower pouf.
- Pumice stone.
- Sisel sponge.
- Rolling massager.
They come in a gift box, so you can send it right away with no worries!
Vegan Fact: Vegetarian and vegan lifestyles tend to be health-conscious. This population tend to smoke less and exercise more. This is probably due to their philosophy. For example, Olivia Wilde started a campaign with her best friend, Barbara Burchfield, as a response to non-sustainable fundraising efforts. Have more information about it here.
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