#I am a Vegan#

Friends,

Today is the 1st of November and Vegan Day is being celebrated as an annual event by vegans around the world.

The commemoration of this event began in 1994 by a UK celebrity, Louise Wallis. He was the first chairperson of The Vegan Society,. They established this society in 1944. As it celebrated its 50th birthday, it coined the term vegan and veganism.

A member of the vegan society is called a Vegan. A Vegan is a strict vegetarian who avoids many animal and animal-derived products for better health, and ethical and environmental reasons. Vegan means vegetarian.

This is a message to those out there who think that you need animal products to be fit and strong.

Yes, the world is moving towards the Vegetarian diet because its benefits are enormous.

Around the globe, we commemorate World Vegan Day through exhibitions, seminars, public debates, and workshops among others. The day presents a perfect opportunity for anyone looking to adopt the vegan lifestyle.

During the event, they can learn, and interact, and maybe at the end of it; they will decide to become vegans.

The day also is a perfect chance for individuals to advocate the lifestyle, share ideas and sensitize their friends on its importance as well as how they feel.

This is the fact that there are so many diseases spread through eating different animal products. But, a vegetarian diet saves us from so many diseases and even cancer can be cured.  Now more and more people are adopting the vegan lifestyle.

Looking at the health benefit and emotional attachment to their pets, many celebrities are also going to adopt a vegan lifestyle.

Many studies agree that a vegetarian diet can offer a range of health benefits.

  • Studies show that a vegan diet may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and various types of other diseases including cancer.
  • A non-meat diet may also reduce trusted sources of the risk of metabolic syndrome, which includes obesity and type 2 diabetes.
  • It is interesting that 5% of people in the United States describe themselves as vegetarian, including 2% of people aged 55 and over, 8% of those aged 18–34 years, and 7% of people aged 35–54.
  • Vegan is deeply rooted in Indian culture. The plant-based food market is globally growing and is likely to reach 74.2 billion dollars by 2027.

We can summarise the benefit as :

  •  It keeps our hearts healthy. it is believed that vegan foods give physical and emotional strength.
  •  It helps in type 2 diabetic patients. A vegetarian diet regulates the formation of insulin in our bodies.
  • It helps in reducing our body weight.
  •  It improved digestion and control and regulate metabolism..
  •  It controls high BP as well.
  • The  Vegan diet can prevent the 15 most common diseases that cause death.
  • Good for heart health. Vegetarians may be up to one-third less likely to die or be hospitalized for heart disease.
  • Control blood pressure. …
  •  Decreases asthma symptoms. …
  • Promotes bone health.

One Celebrity expressed their feelings that almost two years after becoming vegan, I am stronger than ever before and I am still improving day by day.

We all love animals. Why do we call some pets and others dinner?

Choose vegan and be a human.

We get the mud off our hands, use soap and water. To get the blood off your hands, go vegan.

Yes, I am vegan now. Are you ?

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33 replies

  1. If we want the human species to move towards perfection, we will have to adopt veganism, it is the only way.

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  2. I am a mostly vegetarian because I do have dairy and chicken very infrequently. But being a vegan is a really wise decision.

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  3. A well written blog sir.
    Surely, it’s very inspiring.
    Veganism will be adopted in a better way if things are easily available.
    Like in market it’s hard to find coconut or soya milk. It will take some years to come properly in the market.
    Overall, a satisfying blog.

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  4. Oh, ……. beautieful. ❤️🙋‍♀️

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  5. I’m not a vegan but I’m a vegetarian. I believe going vegan is an extreme path considering the human need of protein in the diets. For example, diary products has protein and other nutrients in them. I also eat eggs (a good source of protein and other micro nutrients). 🙂

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  6. Great “raising awareness” post!

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  7. Good topic on World Vegan Day.

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  8. Reblogged this on Retiredकलम and commented:

    Good evening friends,

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