Celebrate the Vegan Club this year by taking on a 30-Day Vegan Challenge as part of your overall health and sustainability goals for the new year. it’s easy! Learn here how to indulge in a month of plant-based eating.
The New Year springs from excitement with new beginnings and new adventures. I start every january by celebrating b vegetarian One month vegetarian challenge. I invite you to join me! Whether you’re considering becoming a vegan or, like me, have been eating vegan for years, now is the perfect time to start a new focus on living healthy, fun, and positive. Vegan has helped thousands of people around the world change their lives for the better, for their health and the health of the planet. No matter your eating style or diet, I’d like you to come with me and try vegan food for January. I want to share this lifestyle with you, to give you a taste of it—even if you don’t want to eat vegan forever. For me, it’s about introducing you to a more sustainable way of living. Join me and I’ll show you how to break it down to the basics (it’s really, really simple!), as well as the reasoning behind it. between vegetarian And all over on my site and social media channels, you’ll have access to great resources, inspiration, and community for a month-long botanical immersion! I will even celebrate with cool gifts! So, be sure to sign up Newsletter and weekly email and follow me InstagramAnd the FacebookAnd the TwitterAnd the pinterest So you get inspiration delivered straight to your inbox every week.
The vegan company got its start in late 2013 when its UK-based founders, Matthew Glover and Jane Land, were inspired by the Movember movement which raised awareness of prostate cancer during the month of November. Why not do something similar for vegans during January, which is when people make resolutions, which are often health goals. The first Vegan Factory was launched in January 2014 in the UK. It has grown every year since then. Last year alone, more than 629,000 people signed up for the challenge. Undoubtedly, she contributed greatly to more than 600% increase in vegetarianism over the past five years.
This organization strives to encourage people to experience veganism with the goal of adopting a vegan diet to help protect the health of the planet and human health. Search links Vegetarian diets lead to the lowest environmental footprint, compared to other eating patterns. Vegetarian diets are also associated with many health benefits, such as a reduced risk of obesity, heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
The Vegan offers guidance and support with expert advice and information to help with the basics of how to become a vegetarian, as well as answers to the reasons for becoming a vegetarian. All you do is sign up (completely free!) at vegetarian And watch your email for instant access to great resources and inspiration for transitioning to a plant-based lifestyle. Learn more about veganism at my Interview with Clea Grady of my plant and caught me KTLA5 TV clip Where I share my best tips on how to go vegan.
Why rely on plants?
At a time when our diet is overflowing with highly processed foods that are unlike anything grown out of the earth, plus high levels of animal foods (The United States is the highest consumer of meat On the planet), it may never have been more important—if not more important—to get more whole plants on our plates. Filling your plate with plants that are minimally processed means you’re nourishing your body, mind, and soul with the goodness we need to thrive. Nutrients like fiber, complex carbohydrates, heart-healthy fats, and more vitamins, minerals, and powerful phytochemicals than we can count are abundant in the plant-based foods we eat. In fact, many of these nutrients are only found in the plant world. They help protect us by fighting chronic inflammation and oxidative stress in the body that can lead to chronic diseases, such as heart disease and cancer. A diet rich in a variety of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds is not only tasty, it keeps you feeling full and satisfied, which contributes to healthy weight gain. In contrast, animal foods can contain nutrients, such as higher calories, saturated fat, dietary cholesterol, and toxins related to the processing and preparation of meat. Search Red meat, especially processed meat, has been linked to many health risks, from heart disease and diabetes to infection and cancer.
What is healthy for human health is also better for the planet. Plant-based diets are constantly linked Lower environmental footprintcompared to diets that include meat. Agricultural animals, especially cattle and sheep, have greater harmful effects on the planet by eating massive amounts of water and land, and producing polluting manure and methane.
So what are you waiting for! Dive into veganism with my top tips.
5 tips on how to take a one-month vegan dip for a vegan.
1. Learn. Start by grabbing my free Go to Botanical Toolkit. My free downloadable toolkit contains everything you need to get started at whatever level of vegan eating you’re excited about. Learn all about stocking your pantry with plants, planning menus, and balancing your plate nutritiously so that a plant-based challenge keeps you feeling energized and satisfied. You can also grab my books To help you on your plant-powered journey; particularly Vegetarian dietAnd the It is basically a primer on how to eat a healthy vegan diet.
2. Find your tribe. Subscribe to vegetarian and visit SharonPalmer.com and my social media channels (InstagramAnd the FacebookAnd the TwitterAnd the pinterest) daily for recipes, nutritional tips, coaching, and a community for fun and support. Leave me a comment and let me know how you are doing!
3. Pace yourself. A vegetarian and vegan diet is not a “cheat” and deprivation diet. It’s all about an overall lifestyle that’s healthy, satisfying, delicious, and beautiful. It also means you can start slowly and find what works for you. For example, you might want to spend your first week trying some vegan recipes, shopping for vegan foods, and trying vegan options at local restaurants before diving in.
4. Enjoy! There is a wide irresistible world Vegetarian recipes To explore in cookbooks, in one click on the application, and on the Internet. Refresh your list! From breakfast appetizers to meals to desserts, I’ll be sharing some of my favorite vegan recipes all month long on my blog and social media!
5. Vegan your favourites. Are you looking for some cooking ideas? Then simply plant your favorite dishes. After all, many of the foods and meals you love are already vegan or close to it. Think Chili beans With CornbreadAnd the Black bean burritosand chickpeas Masala. Do you understand what I mean? paying off Simple vegan swaps for every meal For more ideas.
Looking for more help with your vegan eating goals? Check out the following resources:
6 simple tips for eating more plant-based meals
Top 5 tips for greening your plate
5 tips to stimulate your eating style
9 tips for eating vegan on a budget
7 tips for running pulses
10 tips for making a meal out of canned beans