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Know all the benefits of a vegetarian diet
A fundamental part of having good health is maintaining a balanced diet.
There are various plans and lifestyles that promise a much healthier and safer eating path; and one of them is the vegan lifestyle.
Although it seems that this lifestyle is new, its influence in the world has existed since the time of Pythagoras, who began by speaking about the negative aspects of consuming meat, in addition to advocating against animal sacrifice.
Within this lifestyle, it is not only sought to respect and preserve the life of animals, but also to be directly aware of what we consume and what the consequences of such consumption are.
Within this post, we want to teach you in a positive and quite simple way, all the benefits of this diet.
Regardless of whether your reasons for this change in life are ethical, health or even environmental reasons, there are many people who decide to change their eating habits and opt for veganism as a much less consumerist and more natural one.
How to start?
The first step that is taken within the world of veganism is through the consumption of vegetables, but depending on the type of diet you are looking for, many explore other proposals such as fish, or veganism.
Depending on the goal you want to reach, this can be a process that lasts years, or it can even be a first approach to the complete elimination of all those products that are of animal origin.
Although vegetarianism or even veganism has a base within a diet with a large amount of vegetables, fruits, grains, legumes and seeds, many people have found a middle ground in the experimentation of dishes.
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What are the variants of the vegan diet?
Within vegetarianism, there are many variants of this diet, such as: ovo-dairy-vegetarian, in which eggs and dairy are consumed.
We can also find the vegetarian-act, which costs in the addition of dairy products. The ovo vegetarians only incorporate eggs.
Finally we have the pescetarians, in which only fish and shellfish are consumed.
For its part, a vegan diet does not include any food that contains:
Fish and shellfish
And other types of proteins that are of animal origin, or broths or fats derived from them.
Likewise, people who are generally vegan avoid at any cost those products that are directly or indirectly from animals; as articles or accessories, which are made from leather, wool or another element, of animal sacrifice.
Veganism: Benefits Beyond the Letters
Recently it has been proven that a diet which is based on various plants and is also balanced, helps prevent different conditions, such as: heart disease, obesity and even type 2 diabetes.
The World Health Organization has alerted the population regarding the relationship between meat consumption and its incidence in the appearance of some types of cancer.
Greater reasons to be able to choose a healthy diet, which helps you to exclude the consumption of foods of animal origin.