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Going Plant-Based - Part 6: Dogs & Pigs in Vegan Philosophy
In their groundbreaking work Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs and Wear Cows, psychologist Melanie Joy opens by inviting the readers into a thought experiment. Say you're at a friend's dinner party. You've not eaten all day, and the fantastic aroma emanating from the steaming pot of stew has you almost salivating. You start eating, and the flavours explode in your mouth. You beg for the recipe, and your friend obliges. That's when you realise...
Going Vegan | 7 Ways Veganism Will Drastically Improve Health & Fitness
There are many reasons to go vegan. Some people choose to become vegan for ethical reasons, while others do it for health reasons. Whatever the reason, there are many benefits to veganism that can improve your life in various ways. One of the most significant benefits of veganism is that you'll be fitter and healthier overall. Vegans typically have lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and they're at a much lower risk for heart disease,...
Going Plant-Based: Part 5 - Dealing With Social Scenarios
After the last instalment of our blog series, we asked the community to share any questions or concerns they have about taking the plunge into plant-based living. We received an outpouring of thoughtful questions. So, we decided to answer some of the questions a part of this week's post where we discuss how to survive social scenarios as a vegan or plant-based family. My vegan kid was teased in school for his (vegan) lunches; what...

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Going Plant-Based - Part 6: Dogs & Pigs in Vegan Philosophy
In their groundbreaking work Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs and Wear Cows, psychologist Melanie Joy opens by inviting the readers into a thought experiment. Say you're at a friend's dinner party. You've not eaten all day, and the fantastic aroma emanating from the steaming pot of stew has you almost salivating. You start eating, and the flavours explode in your mouth. You beg for the recipe, and your friend obliges. That's when you realise...
Going Vegan | 7 Ways Veganism Will Drastically Improve Health & Fitness
There are many reasons to go vegan. Some people choose to become vegan for ethical reasons, while others do it for health reasons. Whatever the reason, there are many benefits to veganism that can improve your life in various ways. One of the most significant benefits of veganism is that you'll be fitter and healthier overall. Vegans typically have lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and they're at a much lower risk for heart disease,...
Going Plant-Based: Part 5 - Dealing With Social Scenarios
After the last instalment of our blog series, we asked the community to share any questions or concerns they have about taking the plunge into plant-based living. We received an outpouring of thoughtful questions. So, we decided to answer some of the questions a part of this week's post where we discuss how to survive social scenarios as a vegan or plant-based family. My vegan kid was teased in school for his (vegan) lunches; what...

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Going Plant-Based - Part 6: Dogs & Pigs in Vegan Philosophy
In their groundbreaking work Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs and Wear Cows, psychologist Melanie Joy opens by inviting the readers into a thought experiment. Say you're at a friend's dinner party. You've not eaten all day, and the fantastic aroma emanating from the steaming pot of stew has you almost salivating. You start eating, and the flavours explode in your mouth. You beg for the recipe, and your friend obliges. That's when you realise...
Going Vegan | 7 Ways Veganism Will Drastically Improve Health & Fitness
There are many reasons to go vegan. Some people choose to become vegan for ethical reasons, while others do it for health reasons. Whatever the reason, there are many benefits to veganism that can improve your life in various ways. One of the most significant benefits of veganism is that you'll be fitter and healthier overall. Vegans typically have lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and they're at a much lower risk for heart disease,...
Going Plant-Based: Part 5 - Dealing With Social Scenarios
After the last instalment of our blog series, we asked the community to share any questions or concerns they have about taking the plunge into plant-based living. We received an outpouring of thoughtful questions. So, we decided to answer some of the questions a part of this week's post where we discuss how to survive social scenarios as a vegan or plant-based family. My vegan kid was teased in school for his (vegan) lunches; what...

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Going Plant-Based - Part 6: Dogs & Pigs in Vegan Philosophy
In their groundbreaking work Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs and Wear Cows, psychologist Melanie Joy opens by inviting the readers into a thought experiment. Say you're at a friend's dinner party. You've not eaten all day, and the fantastic aroma emanating from the steaming pot of stew has you almost salivating. You start eating, and the flavours explode in your mouth. You beg for the recipe, and your friend obliges. That's when you realise...
Going Vegan | 7 Ways Veganism Will Drastically Improve Health & Fitness
There are many reasons to go vegan. Some people choose to become vegan for ethical reasons, while others do it for health reasons. Whatever the reason, there are many benefits to veganism that can improve your life in various ways. One of the most significant benefits of veganism is that you'll be fitter and healthier overall. Vegans typically have lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and they're at a much lower risk for heart disease,...
Going Plant-Based: Part 5 - Dealing With Social Scenarios
After the last instalment of our blog series, we asked the community to share any questions or concerns they have about taking the plunge into plant-based living. We received an outpouring of thoughtful questions. So, we decided to answer some of the questions a part of this week's post where we discuss how to survive social scenarios as a vegan or plant-based family. My vegan kid was teased in school for his (vegan) lunches; what...

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Going Plant-Based - Part 6: Dogs & Pigs in Vegan Philosophy
In their groundbreaking work Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs and Wear Cows, psychologist Melanie Joy opens by inviting the readers into a thought experiment. Say you're at a friend's dinner party. You've not eaten all day, and the fantastic aroma emanating from the steaming pot of stew has you almost salivating. You start eating, and the flavours explode in your mouth. You beg for the recipe, and your friend obliges. That's when you realise...
Going Vegan | 7 Ways Veganism Will Drastically Improve Health & Fitness
There are many reasons to go vegan. Some people choose to become vegan for ethical reasons, while others do it for health reasons. Whatever the reason, there are many benefits to veganism that can improve your life in various ways. One of the most significant benefits of veganism is that you'll be fitter and healthier overall. Vegans typically have lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and they're at a much lower risk for heart disease,...
Going Plant-Based: Part 5 - Dealing With Social Scenarios
After the last instalment of our blog series, we asked the community to share any questions or concerns they have about taking the plunge into plant-based living. We received an outpouring of thoughtful questions. So, we decided to answer some of the questions a part of this week's post where we discuss how to survive social scenarios as a vegan or plant-based family. My vegan kid was teased in school for his (vegan) lunches; what...