Are you the type of person who relies on takeout and microwave meals and don’t have time to find time eating healthy? Then you need to read this. Of course, it is possible to go vegan and not do a bit of cooking. But, you’ll end up spending lots of money on convenience foods. You may even end up with a nutrient deficiency. If you want to be a healthy vegan, you’ll have to learn to love cooking. In this post, I’ll give you some tips on how to making cooking easier.
Compared to meat eaters, vegans have much lower BMIs, weight nearly 9 pounds less on average, and have much lower rates of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. Considering how obese and unhealthy the western world has become, it isn’t surprising that many people are going vegan for weight loss. As a result, there is no shortage of vegan diet plans for weight loss available. Before you commit to any vegan weight loss plan, read this advice and recommendations first.
What is a Vegan? The simple answer to this question is “a person who does not consume or use products from animals.” That means no meat, poultry, fish, milk, eggs, butter, gelatin, honey, or Red Dye #40 (along with a slew of other ingredients which are made from animals or animal derivatives). It also means no wool, leather, and other non-food animal products.