Experts have long promoted the benefits of following plant-based diets when it comes to improving health and fitness. And now,...
Veganuary is well and truly upon us, and whether you are already a few days into your new vegan diet, or just thinking about cutting down your consumption of animal produce, you might be wondering if you can really get all the nutrients you need by eating a plant-based diet
Animals, the planet and personal health - the three most common reasons for becoming vegan. But, last year it was reported that more than half of UK adults who began a vegan diet for the first time gave up, based on factors relating to taste or convenience. Will the fight to make a vegan diet more accessible result in the benefits being lost in translation?
Have you lost your appetite for meat? Increasingly, people are avoiding meat and meat-based products. Many are turning to vegetarian or vegan diets. The reasons for doing so are varied.
So why, exactly, is going vegan a great idea?
Whether you went vegan for ethical reasons, your health, or maybe even the environment, you may be wondering how does veganism fit into the family household. Is a vegan family even possible? Yes, and here's how.