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Vegan Living: A Healthy Beginning


What Is Vegan Living?


There are many different approaches to eating. Some people eat anything and everything. Others don’t eat meat or they eat meat once a week. Others avoid meat and animal products all together. They embrace a vegan lifestyle.

A vegan is someone who does not eat any animal products. That means they don’t eat meat. They also don’t eat eggs or dairy. No butter, no cheese, and no milk. Most vegans also don’t eat honey. Many vegans avoid meat for a number of reasons including but not limited to:


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* Health concerns – there are statistics connecting animal products to disease.

* Moral beliefs – many vegans have beliefs connected to not using animals for human gain. That means that they also don’t wear leather or use any products tested on animals.

* Environmental concerns – farming animals and animal products is believed by many to be detrimental to the environment.

Veganism is growing in popularity. There are now one million vegans in America. It’s increased, along with vegetarianism, quite significantly over the past few years. Almost 70 percent of vegans are women. Almost half of people who are vegans started their new lifestyle because they saw a movie or read a book about the benefits of veganism or the downside of eating meat.



Here are Your 10 Articles PLR Report: Vegan Living – A Healthy Beginning...


  1. What Is Vegan Living?

  2. Why Eat Vegan? What Are the Benefits to Your Health?

  3. Why Eat Vegan? What Are the Benefits to the Environment?

  4. What Can You Eat? Learning about the Many Amazing Food Options

  5. What Can You Expect When You Go Vegan?

  6. The Pros and Cons of Going Vegan Cold Turkey

  7. How to Go Vegan One Meal at a Time

  8. Supplements? Are They a Necessary Part of Being Vegan?

  9. How to Handle Dining Out and Talking about Vegan Living with Friends

  10. Are You Ready to Embrace Vegan Living?


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Ecourse:  Vegan Living


  1. Vegan? Make sure you’re getting enough iron in your diet

  2. Protein powerhouses for vegans

  3. No dairy? Simple ways to make sure you’re getting your calcium as a vegan

  4. The importance of B-vitamins

  5. What about fats if you're a vegan?

  6. What to do when you’re hungry - snack ideas for a vegan diet

  7. Breakfast ideas on a vegan diet

  8. Lunch ideas on a vegan diet

  9. Vegan dinner menu ideas

  10. Is vegan living expensive?


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A vegan diet isn’t traditionally rich in iron. Red meat and shellfish are both easy sources of iron. However, there are many vegan options. The following are the vegan choices that are richest in iron:


Squash and pumpkin seeds are among the highest in iron. One ounce contains 4mg of iron or 23 percent of your recommended daily value. An ounce of sesame seeds also contains 23 percent of your daily value, sunflower seeds have 11 percent and flax seeds have 9 percent of your daily value. As you can see, a handful of seeds can help you get the daily iron you need. But they’re not the only food that is high in iron.


Nuts including cashews, pine nuts, hazelnuts, peanuts, and almonds all have a good amount of iron. An ounce of cashews has 1.7 mg or 9 percent of your daily value. An ounce of pine nuts also contain 9 percent of your daily value, Hazelnuts, peanuts, almonds, and pistachios all have 7 percent, and Macadamia nuts have 6 percent of your recommended daily value.

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