PETA has done an exceptional job at getting the message out about going Vegan and it seems to have definitely caught on.
Veganism has become very popular with catchy phrases like ‘respect chicks’ and ‘be a bunny’s honey’ and we thought we would delve a bit deeper to see what we could find out.
PETA is not short of stars across the world, models, actors, celebrities are all getting behind the vegan movement and selling the message that Vegetarianism will grow on you.
The great news is that if this is something that you are interested in or considering following, PETA has a lot of great information including a downloadable PDF file for a 2-week vegan eating plan.
PETA stands for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. They offer a 2-week starter kit for those that are vegan-curious and it gives you a guide to good nutrition.
It’s about protein, fish free Omega 3’s, building strong bones and making ethical choices. Vegans enjoy a diet free of animal origins.
According to PETA you can save around 100 Animals a year by making the swap to Veganism. That’s a huge amount of animals.
They have also prepared an Infographic that outlines what they say is the truth about eating animals and we hope you will take some time to view it. The information is compelling.
Foods That Vegans Eliminate From Diet
- The foods that are not eaten by vegans include the following
16 Healthy Vegan Recipes Video
Now that you know what is not on the Vegan Diet Plan, we thought we would include 16 amazing examples of what you can look forward to enjoying. The Vlogger is Vegan and shares her favorite dishes and they do look incredible. Click Play above to watch now ^
The Many Benefits of Going Vegan
According to Peter if a slimmer waistline, more energy, lower risk of cancer and heart disease are on your radar, Vegan is the way.
They also say the one thing that you won’t find on a vegan diet is cholesterol. As you can see from the Infographic above, there are some impressive stats for making the change.
So, what would you snack on if you were to go vegan? Here are Peta’s suggestions.
Vegan Snack Examples
- Fresh Fruit
- Festive Salsa or Black-Bean Dip and baked tortilla chips
- Spiced Party Nuts
- Taffy-Apple Dip with apples and pears Hummus and pita bread
- Trail Mix
- Applesauce with raisins
- Swiss Rolls
- Fruit Skewer With ‘Yogurt’ Sauce
- Fruit Smoothie (Try freezing this in popsicle containers for a tasty treat.)
- S’Mores (Make this classic treat with Nabisco Original Graham Crackers, Ricemellow Crème, and vegan chocolate—try Chocolove Dark Chocolate Bar or Newman’s Own Sweet Dark Chocolate
- Spicy Pizza Bagels
Vegan Guide To Replacing Eggs
You may have noticed that Eggs are not part of a Vegan Life. If you are wondering how that will affect your making and baking, PETA has an excellent infographic that fleshes out this issue.
Best Selling Vegan Cookbook
We have also included this Number 1 Best Selling Vegan Recipe Book that is perfect for beginners. It’s available on Amazon and comes in a Kindle version too.
If you would like to check out the printable pdf for a typical menu, you can access here – As always consult a doctor or dietician before making any radical changes to your lifestyle.