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16 Vegan One-Pot Recipes If You Are Considering Cutting Animals Out Of Your Diet. Nowadays many people are deciding to cut back on their consumption of meat and other animal products.

16 Vegan One-Pot Recipes If You Are Considering Cutting Animals Out Of Your Diet

There are a few reasons for this, including numerous health concerns, a compassionate stance on animal welfare, and negative environmental implications. If this is you, then whatever your reason is, I commend you on making this decision! So, you have decided to or are considering cutting back on meat, eggs, fish, and dairy — what can you eat and how do you make it? Too often this is the most challenging and at times most discouraging aspect of adopting a plant-based diet; what am I supposed to eat? Well, lucky for you there are loads of things you can eat! To learn more about why vegan diets seem to be on the rise, and the health science behind it, you can read this article we published about it last year. *Note* Click on the headings to view the recipes (List from 1. 5 Ingredient Black Bean Chilli 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Harvard Declares Dairy NOT Part of a Healthy Diet.

The Harvard School of Public Health sent a strong message to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and nutrition experts everywhere with the recent release of its “Healthy Eating Plate” food guide.

Harvard Declares Dairy NOT Part of a Healthy Diet

The university was responding to the USDA’s new MyPlate guide for healthy eating, which replaced the outdated and misguided food pyramid. Love This? Never Miss Another Story. Harvard’s nutrition experts did not pull punches, declaring that the university’s food guide was based on sound nutrition research and more importantly, not influenced by food industry lobbyists. The greatest evidence of its research focus is the absence of dairy products from the “Healthy Eating Plate” based on Harvard’s assessment that “…high intake can increase the risk of prostate cancer and possibly ovarian cancer.” Kudos to Harvard for promoting greater consumption of vegetables and fruits, as well as healthier protein options such as fish, beans or nuts. Is This the End of Meat? A recent article by the Associated Press highlights the meat alternative industry and how it’s revolutionizing the way we think and eat.

Is This the End of Meat?

Startups like Beyond Meat and Hampton Creek Foods are making meat, dairy, and egg substitutes trendy and delicious. The AP article discusses how these companies are testing new methods to create foods that not only taste good, but also mimic their counterpart’s textures. Ethan Brown, founder of Beyond Meat, states: To give the meat its fat, for instance, canola oil is evenly mixed throughout the product. That's not really how it works in an animal. The article also explains how some companies are growing meat cells in labs. These startups are a big deal and have caught the attention of big companies. These compassionate companies could spell the end of factory farming in our lifetime! Why Milk is Bad For You: The Real Dangers of Milk. What’s Wrong With Eggs? The Truth The Egg Industry Doesn’t Want You To Know. Article by Erin Janus| Every day America consumes over 200 million eggs, and the stance that most people have is, “Well, chickens lay eggs no matter what.

What’s Wrong With Eggs? The Truth The Egg Industry Doesn’t Want You To Know

So it’s not cruel to eat eggs.” Let’s just say the egg industry has done an impeccable job at keeping us in the dark. If you thought you knew what the egg industry was hiding, think again. As a passionate vegan I thought I had a good idea, until I dove into weeks of deep-digging research. For those who learn better with video or audio, you can skip to the bottom of the page for the video I made. 1) Chickens are genetically bred to over-produce eggs Hens used in the egg industry today have been genetically hybridized, manipulated and bred to produce 200-350+ eggs per year— that’s over 15 times the natural amount. Undeveloped eggs in a butchered chicken Naturally, most hens in the wild (who have not been genetically manipulated) only lay 10-15 eggs a year— for the purpose of reproduction.

Reproductive tract of female chicken. With love, "Vegans Are Too Weak and Are Too Low Energy To Train With Me," says Ido Portal.