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going vegan/vegetarian

alternative diets

Vegan Vegetarian

Vegan

Vegetarianism

If you follow a vegetarian diet, that means you don’t eat meat, poultry, or fish. If you’re following a vegan diet, you don’t eat meat, poultry, or fish. You also don’t consume dairy products, eggs, or other animal products, like gelatin or honey.

VEGETARIANISM VS VEGANISM

Polluting the air

Each day, factory farms produce billions of pounds of manure, which ends up in lakes, rivers, and drinking water.

Polluting the water

INFO

The environment

Producing a little more than 2 pounds of beef causes more greenhouse-gas emissions than driving a car for three hours.

Reasons to go vegan

Be carefull and think about your health first

Basing your diet only on your activism can lead you to make poor decisions about your health

Your health

The environment

The animals

Reasons to go vegan

INFO

Portuguese popultion vs Number of animals killed in Portugal per year

250000000

The animals

Roughly 60 billion land animals and over a trillion marine animals are used and killed as commodities per year, merely to satisfy human taste preferences

  • Good for heart health
  • Reduces cancer risk
  • Prevents type 2 diabetes
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Decreases asthma symptoms
  • Promotes bone health

Those following a vegan diet may want to be extra careful to ensure they are consuming enough iron, zinc, vitamin D, calcium, and omega-3 fatty acids. Vegans are also at a high risk of developing a Vitamin-B12 deficiency that, if untreated, can potentially cause neurological effects that are irreversible.

Your health

Some tips and advices

instead of beef

textured vegetable protein

as a main dish

chickpea

instead of eggs

instead of butter

peanut butter

tofu

instead of milk

vegetable milks

Some food swaps

Link

Open the Veganalyser

Find out how many animals you could save if you go vegan today