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Benefits of a Vegan Diet

Going vegan is a personal choice for many people. Some may choose to eliminate animal products from their diet due to personal reasons, while others may be doing it to support overall wellness. In this article, we are going to explore the health benefits of a vegan diet, and why many people may choose to eat a plant-based diet.

Why People go Vegan

#1 Personal Choice: Some people may choose to start a vegan diet for personal reasons. Maybe they don’t believe in having animal products a part of their diet, or maybe it’s a religious reason. No matter what the reason, there are many personal reasons people may choose to go vegan. Read more

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The Plant-Based Way to Add More Protein to Your Diet

Did you know that protein is required for the development and function of every single part of your body? In fact, our organs, muscles and hormones are made from proteins so it is crucial that we get enough in our diet.

With that being said, consuming more plant-based foods can help combat inflammation, increase fiber intake, and even increase the number of antioxidants we consume. Whether you are a vegan, vegetarian, or a meat eater who is looking for new creative and delicious ways to add more plant-based protein in your diet I am going to break it down for you in this post.

These plant-based foods are high in protein and full of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants to support overall health.
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Good Eatings

Malin tells us how healthy eating and cooking have positively impacted her everyday life…Well, I used to have terrible digestion after having gone through some stressful life changes and a bout of bad food poisoning from shell fish. The way I ate completely changed this and I live a life more or less free from pain and bloating today and it impacts my day immensely. The digestion issues I had seemed to affect my immune system and I was ill a lot over a year or so, more than just stomach aches and other issues that come with digestion issues, and it kept me from doing a lot of things that I wanted to. It turned out I was intolerant to quite a few foods I ate often like dairy and eggs as well as gluten and I decided to go plant based and gluten free. That’s a lot at once but when I got the handle on it I learned to cook in a much more creative and intuitive way with ingredients I barely ate before. I also got my digestive health back. Since going plant based and ditching the gluten most of the time I’ve rarely been ill, enjoyed a new found energy and very seldom have stomach aches and those other nasty digestion problems. That way I have been able to live my life with more spark and instead of often be lying around due to pain or illness I’ve been out in the world enjoying myself and working at what’s meaningful to me.
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