By KD Angle-Traegner / Updated November 18, 2018
Living vegan has many advantages. First, it’s a direct action you can take right now that has an immediate, real-world impact on animals. Secondly, living vegan is better for the environment. Finally, a properly planned vegan diet can be incredibly healthy.
So perhaps a better question might be, why not live vegan?
FAQ: What is a vegan anyway? Is it the same thing as a Vegetarian?
With so much misinformation on the internet today, it’s easy to see how people can become confused about what being a vegan means. In short, vegans avoid animal and animal by-products in their food, including not only meat and fish, but dairy and honey as well. Vegans will also avoid animal products in household goods like bedding and cleaners, and clothing and beauty products too. In contrast, a vegetarian still consumes animals in one way or another.
So, where did veganism get its start? Let’s take a look.
For the Animals
First and foremost, it’s about the animals.
For the Environment
Can veganism save the planet? The short answer is yes.
For our Health
Is a vegan diet healthy? Absolutely.
Because veganism already has a definition.
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