Anyone who knows our brand will know that aside from our own wellbeing, we always consider the protection of the planet in any products that we create and that’s why we’re big advocates of Veganuary – a whole month dedicated to trying vegan for the month of January.
Hi Going vegan is one of the most impactful things you can do to help our planet today – even more so than giving up your car! It’s common knowledge now that the meat and dairy industry have a huge, negative impact on our planet, from the water and crops required to feed the animals to the carbon footprint from the transport and factory processing; whereas farming for a vegan diet needs considerably less crops and water.
With a rising concern over environmental damage and with a need to support a more sustainable way of life, there is no better time than now to make the change. Even a month of going vegan makes a massive difference, so Veganuary is a superb thing to take part in.
Aside from the harm that the meat and dairy industries cause the planet, there is of course the wellbeing of animals to consider and your own health too. A well planned plant-based diet is rich in protein, iron, calcium and all the other essential vitamins and minerals that your body requires, as well as being low in fat and high in fibre and anti-oxidants. If you’ve been looking for a new year’s health kick, Veganuary is it!
There’s no denying that going full vegan is pretty hardcore and not something to be sniffed at! It can be a challenge to alter your diet but by edging yourself in a bit at a time, you might find it easier than expected. There is a common misconception that eating vegan is plain old boring, but that’s simply not true! There are absolutely tons of delicious and simple recipes out there that you will love – so much so that you might find you don’t want to turn back once Veganuary is up…
Check out my blog for a couple of my favourite vegan recipes to enjoy during Veganuary (and beyond!)
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