PLANT-BASED VS VEGAN - WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?
For us, plant-based refers to what you eat. If you eat a plant-based diet, you don't eat anything from animals, including meat, egg, dairy, honey, gelatin, etc. Your meals consist of veggies, fruits, nuts, seeds, legumes and whole grains. You also aim to eat as wholesome as possible, so you avoid highly refined foods like bleached flour, refined sugar and low-quality oils.
We view veganism as being more than what you eat – it’s a complete lifestyle. If you’re vegan, you avoid all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose. You eat a plant-based diet as well as refrain from using leather, wool or products tested on animals.
Is Veganism a loss or a gain?
Simply stated, we believe animals are not food. We live in a time when (in most places around the world) eating animals is not critical for survival. Using precious lands for foods made only to feed animals that are raised to become burgers and handbags hurts all of life, and takes away from all of life, more than it nurtures it.
The food industry, therefore, is separate from the meat industry. The meat industry uses and creates toxins that are then absorbed into our bodies, minds, and planet’s atmosphere. Making vegan-based choices creates the opportunity to get creative, enjoy guilt-free products, and contribute to a safer, more abundant, and more prosperous earth for generations to come.
Instead of losing our health and our planet, we gain longer, healthier lives for ourselves and our children.
You, your friends, and your family can live a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle. Download our PDF with our recommendations for the best resources for recipes, find out where and how plants grow and the nutritional powerhouse within each plant, and how you can contribute to a better and healthier world through eating less animal products and more plant-loving yumminess!
Are you craving more recipes, stories and research studies about the vegan lifestyle? This is our favourite topic to study, as well, which is why we aim to build a crowd-founded learning platform. You will find inspirational blog posts from the community and scientifically-backed evidence that continues to gather and emerge.
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