The Complete Guide To
Getting Started With Veganism
Nearly everyone claims to be against unnecessary animal cruelty... 

Yet nearly everyone pays other people to kill animals for them.

Clearly, something is not in sync here.
All going vegan means is using your existing ability for rational reasoning to align your day to day actions with your existing ethical beliefs.

The most prominent and universal of these beliefs is that it is wrong to cause unnecessary harm to animals.

As the following graphic 8-minute video, that documents standard industry procedures that animals go through on their way to supermarkets and butchers, makes abundantly clear...

Eating animals causes them immense harm.


"Yes, but we need to eat animals to survive, right?"

Are you implying that you cannot live healthily without consuming animal products?

As the following video featuring Michael Greger from NutritionFacts.org makes clear...

Not only is eating animals unnecessary for optimal human health but can actually be extremely detrimental to our long-term health.

So...

If we all believe it is immoral to cause unnecessary harm to animals...

and eating animals causes them harm...

 and is also unnecessary...

Then why does nearly everyone eat animals?

Because most people never ask themselves these questions.

These questions have uncomfortable answers.

The only logical result of this line of simple questioning is to stop eating animals.

Most people have been eating animals or animal products three times a day for decades. 

The realisation that this habit is in direct opposition to the true direction of your moral compass is an understandably uncomfortable confrontation.

There are lots of excuses people use to avoid admitting the true implications of this conclusion...

But at the end of the day it comes down to just one simple question...

Do you value temporary taste sensations over the life of an animal?

While other animals may not have the same level of consciousness as humans do, they are still sentient beings capable of experiencing pain, pleasure, fear and joy. They can feel scared and they can feel loved.

Veganism does not mean that you necessarily believe all other animals deserve equal moral consideration as humans, but we all agree on one thing: in their capacity to suffer, all animals already are our equals.

And when you consider that 21st century technology is at the point where we can simulate the taste and texture of animal foods to the extent that they are indistinguishable from the real thing, eating them is becoming even more unnecessary all the time.

So, if we want it to, vegan food can even taste the same.

Today there are vegan versions of every food imaginable and veg-restaurants suitable for all budgets. There are countless vegan chef's on YouTube and an ever-growing supply of convincing vegan meat and cheese substitutes available in supermarkets worldwide.

But the nuts-and-bolts of veganism have and always will be the most widely available and least expensive foods worldwide: fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains (rice, oats, barely, rye etc), seeds and legumes (beans, chickpeas and lentils).
Before we get into the details of all the other reasons to go vegan, let's look at what exactly veganism is.

Veganism is a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose.
- The Vegan Society

In practice, this means vegans eat a plant-based diet that is devoid of all animal flesh, including fish, cheese, milk, eggs, honey and all trace ingredients such as gelatin, whey powder, casein and beef stock.

Vegans do not buy clothing made of leather, wool, silk, suede, fur or down, as these too are products of animal exploitation, as are products tested on animals such as cleaning or beauty products.

Vegans also avoid supporting or giving money to zoos, circuses, animal racing, hunting organisations, rodeos, bullfights, or any other form of entertainment that exploits animals.

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By far the main reason people go vegan is for animal rights.

Because they recognise that there is no logical way to rationalise or justify supporting animal exploitation, so they simply stop paying for it to happen.

Vegan For The Animals
How would you feel knowing that the day you were born, somebody else had already planned the day of your execution?

The argument for ethical veganism is both the strongest argument and the simplest.

No matter how animals are brought up, whether they are grass fed, cage free, free range, whether they are raised for their flesh, eggs, milk or fur... all animals end up at the slaughterhouse, and...

There is no humane way to kill an animal that has a preference to live.

Humane is defined as: having or showing compassion or benevolence, which are clearly not compatible with slaughtering innocent beings.

humane

adjective

having or showing compassion or benevolence
compassion

noun [mass noun]

sympathetic concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others
benevolence

noun [mass noun]

the quality of being well meaning; kindness

When you consider what the term "humane slaughter" actually means, it becomes obvious it's just a meaningless phrase that lets us feel good about our bad habits by putting the true nature of the situation out of our minds.

The ethical argument for veganism can be summarised in the following four points:
1) We shouldn’t harm animals unnecessarily.

2) The consumption of animal products harms animals.

3) The consumption of animal products is unnecessary.

4) Therefore, we shouldn’t consume animal products.
Sounds simple, doesn't it?

That's because it is.
Amount of Animals Slaughtered for Food Worldwide
...Since You Opened This Webpage...

0 marine animals
0 chickens
0 ducks
0 pigs
0 rabbits
0 turkeys
0 geese
0 sheep
0 goats
0 cows and calves
0 rodents
0 pigeons and other birds
0 buffaloes
0 dogs
0 cats
0 horses
0 donkeys and mules
0 camels and other camelids

These numbers do NOT include the many millions of animals killed each year in vivisection laboratories.

They do NOT include the millions of dogs and cats killed in animal shelters every year. 

They do NOT include the animals who died while held captive in the animal-slavery enterprises of circuses, rodeos, zoos, and marine parks.

They do NOT include the animals killed while pressed into such blood sports as bullfighting, cockfighting, dogfighting, and bear-baiting.

Nor do they include horses and greyhounds who were exterminated after they were no longer deemed suitable for racing.

To us, it is just a meal. To the animals, it is their entire life.

If these conservative estimates make you uncomfortable at all... that is normal.

If learning that 6 MILLION innocent animals are murdered every day of the year just because humans like the taste of their flesh is shocking to you, that is normal too.

These figures (and the true circumstances that these animals are forced to live in) are intentionally hidden from consumers behind big, dark, warehouse walls and questionable new laws designed to protect the privacy and profits of the animal agriculture industry. 

These things - and a lot more - HAVE to be hidden from us. 

Why?

Because what's going on behind those walls is so clearly wrong that not hiding it, not lying about it, not passing laws to help protect the privacy of the oppressors and not using the influence of a billion-dollar-per-year industry to guide government nutrition recommendation policies would result in widespread public outcry.

The kind of outcry like we have here in the West when we hear about Chinese people eating dogs.

(Which is really just a display of speciesism differing between cultures.)

But, as usual, people's true feelings are brought to light when the issue is closer to home.

It's easy to get angry at people overseas you see on the internet and TV for their cruel and unusual customs, but a little harder when it comes time to look at our own.

But when we do look at it... we see that it is so clearly wrong.

Click play on the video below to have one last look inside the pork industry... 

But instead of just watching it...

Notice how you feel while watching the images and honestly ask yourself whether or not what you are seeing feels "normal", "natural", or "humane".
There is a reason it is a fun, family event to go to a farm and pick your own fruit...

While it's illegal to even see what's going on inside factory-farms and slaughter-houses...

And the reason is because when we do see it, it is so clearly wrong.
And the only logical conclusion from this is to stop giving your money to these industries...

To go vegan.

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If refraining from causing nonsensical harm to some of the most vulnerable species on earth doesn't do much for you, then perhaps a more narcissistic aspect of veganism will appeal to you more...
Vegan for Your Health
In weight of what we just looked at above, and what's coming next, the only thing you really need to know from a health perspective is that...

You CAN live a long, healthy, completely normal, functioning life without ever eating animals.
There is no essential nutrient that naturally occurs in animal foods that can't also be found - in greater quality - in plant foods.

Plants nutrients also come without the added baggage that animal nutrients do.

A whole-food, plant-based vegan diet is completely devoid of trans fat, saturated fat and dietary cholesterol - three things occurring naturally in nearly all animal products that all have no useful, long term purpose in the human body other than to cause disease.

Below is the position of the largest organisation of nutrition professionals on the planet regarding plant-based diets...

"Appropriately planned vegetarian diets, including total vegetarian or vegan diets, are healthful, nutritionally adequate, and may provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases."

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is the largest organisation of food and nutrition professionals in the world. It represents over 100,000 credentialed practitioners — registered dietitian nutritionists, dietetic technicians, registered, and other dietetics professionals holding undergraduate and advanced degrees in nutrition and dietetics. (more)

Did You Know?

Tolerable upper intake levels set by the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) are used, in part, for estimating the percentage of the population at potential risk of adverse effects from excessive nutrient intake.

The NAM did not set "tolerable upper intake levels" for trans fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol because ANY INTAKE LEVEL ABOVE 0% increased LDL (bad) cholesterol - and these three food components are unavoidable in diets containing animal foods.

Click play on the video to the right for more information.
Here are some specific quotes on the surprising benefits of going vegan from renowned medical doctors and nutritional scientists.
"The people who eat the most animal protein have the most heart disease, cancer and diabetes."

- T. Colin Campbell, PhD
  • An American biochemist who specializes in the effect of nutrition on long-term health and disease, especially cancer.
  • A Professor Emeritus of Nutritional Biochemistry at Cornell University.
  • The author of over 300 research papers, and three books:
    The China Study (2005 - which became one of America's best-selling books about nutrition)
    Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition (2013) and
    The Low-Carb Fraud (2014)
"People feel poorly because they are nourished by foods you wouldn't feed to your dog and cat. The rich western diet is full of fat, sugar, cholesterol, salt, animal protein - all the wrong foods for people."

- John A. McDougall, M.D.
  • McDougall has written several books, with his wife Mary contributing recipes, that sold more than 1.5 million copies as of 2008.
  • An American physician who has written that degenerative disease can be prevented and treated with a low-fat, whole foods, vegan diet.
"We should all be eating fruits and vegetables as if our lives depend on it - because they do."

- Michael Greger, M.D., FACLM
  • A physician, author, and internationally recognised speaker on a number of important public health issues.
  • Founder of NutritionFacts.org - the only non-commercial, nonprofit, science-based website to provide free daily updates on the latest in evidence-based nutrition
  • Multiple New York Times Best Selling Author with six published books, including: How Not To Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease (2015) and The How Not to Die Cookbook (2018).
"Think about it: Heart disease and diabetes, which account for more deaths in the U.S. and worldwide than everything else combined, are completely preventable by making comprehensive lifestyle changes. Without drugs or surgery."

- Dean Ornish, M.D.
  • An American physician and researcher.
  • He is the president and founder of the nonprofit Preventive Medicine Research Institute in California and a Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California.
  • The author of Dr. Dean Ornish's Program for Reversing Heart Disease and Eat More, Weigh Less.
  • A well-known advocate for using diet and lifestyle changes to treat and prevent heart disease.
"Meat consumption is just as dangerous to public health as tobacco use."

- Neal Barnard, M.D., F.A.C.C.
  • Non-profit executive, author, public speaker and medical researcher.
  • Dr. Barnard has authored more than 70 scientific publications as well as 18 books, including the New York Times best-sellers Power Foods for the Brain21-Day Weight Loss Kickstart, and the USA Today best-seller Dr. Barnard’s Program for Reversing Diabetes.   
  • Founder and President of Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
  • 2016 recipient of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine’s Trailblazer Award
"You cannot escape from the biological law of cause and effect - food choices are the most significant cause of disease and premature death."

- Joel Furhman, M.D.
  • Board-certified family physician with over 25 years experience in nutritional medicine.
  • His book Eat to Live was on the New York Times bestseller paperback list for 90 weeks.
  • 25 years of experience caring for more than 10,000 patients with serious medical conditions and in most cases facilitating their recovery via nutritional methods. 
"The most powerful medicine is at the end of your fork, not at the bottom of your pill bottle. Food is more powerful than anything in your medicine cabinet."

- Mark Hyman, M.D.
  • Director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine.
  • Chairman, Board of Directors, The Institute for Functional Medicine.
  • Medical editor at the Huffington Post.
    (read more)

Statistically, the number one reason that everyone alive today is most likely to die is from heart disease.

A vegan diet is the only diet that has been shown to prevent and reverse heart disease in all stages.

That's right, the number one killer worldwide is nearly always preventable and reversible through a healthy, plant-based, vegan diet.

But don't just take my word for it...

Not only does has a vegan diet been shown to be incredibly beneficial to un-healthy people suffering from "the normal ails of ageing" - which is really just the biological law of cause and effect catching up with you - but even those currently in good shape might notice improvements... 

Like this guy...

Patrik Baboumian World Record Holding Vegan Strong Man
"This is a message to all those out there who think that you need animal products to be fit and strong.

Almost two years after becoming vegan I am stronger than ever before and I am still improving day by day.

Don't listen to those self proclaimed nutrition gurus and the supplement industry trying to tell you that you need meat, eggs and dairy to get enough protein.

There are plenty of plant-based protein sources and your body is going to thank you for stopping feeding it with dead-food.

Go vegan and feel the power!"

- Patrik Baboumian

  • 2011 Germany's Strongest Man
  • 2012 European Champion in Powerlifting Class – 140kg division (GPA)
  • 2012 World record Beer Keg Lifting (150.2 kg)
  • 2012 World record Front Hold 20 kg (1:26,14 minutes)
  • 2013 World record Yoke-Walk - 550.2kg over 10m in Toronto
  • 2015 World record Yoke-Walk - 560kg in 28 seconds
Click play below to hear inspiring stories from some more vegan athletes...
And don't forget these guys...
"A vegan diet is one of the best things you can do for your health and the well being of our planet."

- Robert Cheeke
  • 2005 INBA Northwestern USA Natural Bodybuilding Overall Novice Championship
  • 2006 Natural Bodybuilding World Championships
  • 2009 Northwestern USA Natural Bodybuilding Championships - 1st in class
"Once I learned how to be a healthy vegan by eating the right foods my performance improved dramatically."

- Brendan Brazier
  • A former professional Ironman triathlete and a two-time Canadian 50km Ultra Marathon Champion.
  • Regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on plant-based performance nutrition.
  • Works as a training coach with several NHL, NFL, MLB, UFC, and Olympic athletes.
"Nothing has benefited me more physically, mentally and most important spiritually, than adopting a vegan diet. The best decision I have made as a human for me and the planet."

- Tim Sheiff
  • A professional English Freerunner / Parkour champion.
  • Best known for winning the 2009 Barclaycard World Freerun Championship and participating on the television programme MTV's Ultimate Parkour Challenge.
"I've found that a person does not need protein from meat to be a successful athlete. In fact, my best year of track competition was the first year I ate a vegan diet."

- Carl Lewis
  • Voted "Sportsman of the Century" by the International Olympic Committee, elected "World Athlete of the Century" by the International Association of Athletics Federations and named "Olympian of the Century" by Sports Illustrated.
  • The only man to successfully defend an Olympic long jump title.
  • Outdoors, Lewis jumped 14 of the 20 furthest ancillary jumps of all time.
Even if you personally may NOT enjoy athletic pursuits...

The purpose of showing you these examples of some extremely successful vegan athletes is just to illustrate that...
 

The myth of needing animal products to be either strong, fit, or to be in shape is totally false
And like I said earlier...

As fascinating as studies of the health benefits of a whole-foods vegan diet can be...

And as inspiring as the achievements of cruelty-free athletes are...

In light of all the other reasons to go vegan...

The only real take-away you need from a health perspective is to know that you CAN live a long, healthy, completely normal and functioning life without eating animals.
Just like this gentleman, Ellsworth Wareham - born in 1914 and still mowing his own lawn - who has been vegan for the last 50 years of his life...

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Now, if you're done worrying about yourself...

There is an aspect of going vegan that is much more important to consider...
Vegan for the Planet
The Leading Cause of Everything?

Climate change. Ocean dead zones. Fisheries depletion. Species extinction. Habitat destruction. Deforestation. Fresh water usage. Greenhouse gas emissions. Oceanic pollution. World hunger. Food safety. Global sustainability.


Animal agriculture is a leading cause of many major environmental problems we face globally and domestically—most importantly, climate change.
(more)
Here is a short, 5 minute clip that gives a comprehensive introduction as to why veganism is the most sensible lifestyle choice for anyone who legitimately cares about the environment.

(Below this video is shorter clips and more information.)
I know that, at first, the connection between our food and our environmental concerns doesn't seem so clear cut... 

Just as the first time you hear that replacing animal and processed products with whole plant foods will greatly improve your health it may seem a little weird... 

But then you keep on digging and you discover that, just like "humane slaughter" is an intentionally misleading term designed to make the public comfortable participating in things they otherwise would feel very differently about...

So too are idioms like "sustainable fishing", "eco friendly meat" and "free-range eggs" nothing but empty, meaningless terms espoused by a dying industry desperately trying to stay afloat.
Further Environmental Information...
Global Warming
  • Livestock and their byproducts account for at least 51% of all worldwide greenhouse gas emissions. (123)
  • Emissions for agriculture projected to increase 80% by 2050. (1)
  • Animal agriculture is responsible for 18 percent of greenhouse gas emissions, more than the combined exhaust from all transportation. (1)
Fresh Water
  • 5% of water consumed in the US is by private homes. 55% of water consumed in the US is for animal agriculture. (1)
  • 9500 litres of water are needed to produce 0.5 kg of beef (12) and 1,000 gallons of water are required to produce 1 gallon of milk. (12)
  • Animal Agriculture is responsible for 20%-33% of all fresh water consumption in the world today. (123
The Oceans
  • Livestock operations on land have created more than 500 nitrogen flooded deadzones around the world in our oceans. (12)
  • We could see fishless oceans by 2048. (123)
  • As many as 2.7 trillion animals are pulled from the ocean each year. (12)
  • As many as 40% (63 billion pounds) of fish caught globally every year are discarded (by-kill etc). (12)
World Population
  • World Population grows 228,000+ people everyday. (12)
  • 82% of starving children live in countries where food is fed to animals, and the animals are eaten by western countries. (123)
  • We are currently growing enough food to feed 10 billion people. (123)
Wildlife
  • USDA kills millions of wild animals each year—over 2.7 million in 2016 alone—using methods that endanger humans and kill countless pets. (1)
  • Ten thousand years ago, 99% of biomass (i.e. zoomass) was wild animals. Today, humans and the animals that we raise as food make up 98% of the zoomass. (12)
  • Washington state killed the wedge pack of wolves. (1)
Rainforests
  • Animal agriculture is responsible for up to 91% of Amazon rainforest destruction. (123)
  • 1-2 acres of rainforest are cleared every second. (12)
  • The leading causes of rainforest destruction are livestock and feedcrops. (123)
  • Up to 137 plant, animal and insect species are lost every day due to rainforest destruction. (123)
Compared to a meat-lover for their food, when you follow a vegan diet you will produce the equivalent of:

  • 50% less carbon dioxide,
  • Use 1/11th oil,
  • 1/13th water, and
  • 1/18th land.
Each day, every person who eats a vegan diet saves:

  • 5000 liters (1,100 gallons) of water,
  • 20 kg (45 lbs) of grain, 
  • 30 sq ft (2.8 sq m) of forested land, 
  • 20 lbs (9 kg) CO2 equivalent,
  • and one animal’s life.

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How Do I Go Vegan?
Make the Transition.

Phase out animal products overnight, or take your time and replace them all with plant alternatives over a six month period.

The speed isn't the point.

The point is to do it in a way that will make it irreversible.

Education Enhances Effectiveness.


The longer you stay vegan, the greater positive impact your lifestyle has on all the issues discussed above.

Hence, effectiveness is key: it's better to take a little longer to transition and have the vegan lifestyle become permanent than it is to "jump in the deep end" only to get disillusioned shortly thereafter.

The best way to make your transition effective (permanent) in the long term is to educate yourself.

Clearly, our culture is not going to go out of its way to educate you about this - in fact it does the exact opposite, spread misinformation about the benefits of a vegan lifestyle - so you need to take responsibility for accurately educating yourself

I always recommend reading books first, as I find them to be the most information-dense medium, but use whatever way will get the information into your mind the best.
I strongly suggest reading one of the following books every month, watching one documentary every week and watching nearly any YouTube video on any aspect of veganism that interests you whenever you have time, like if you're eating dinner by yourself for example.

Recommended Books

Animal Liberation by Peter Singer
Animal Liberation
by Peter Singer

"The Book That Started A Revolution"

Singer's first book has been called "the most important document on animal welfare ever written" by the Guardian Newspaper in the UK.

Since its original publication in 1975, this groundbreaking work has awakened millions of concerned men and women to the shocking abuse of animals everywhere -- inspiring a worldwide movement to eliminate much of the cruel and unnecessary laboratory animal experimentation of years past.

An important and persuasive appeal to conscience, fairness, decency and justice, Animal Liberation is essential reading for the supporter and the skeptic alike.

(purchase)
The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted
by T. Colin Campbell PhD & Thomas M. Campbell MD

In The China Study, Dr. T. Colin Campbell details the connection between nutrition and heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. This Internationally Best Selling book also examines the source of nutritional confusion produced by powerful lobbies, government entities, and opportunistic scientists.

The New York Times has recognised the study the book is named after as the “Grand Prix of epidemiology” and the “most comprehensive large study ever undertaken of the relationship between diet and the risk of developing disease.

The China Study is not a diet book. Dr. Campbell cuts through the haze of misinformation and delivers an insightful message to anyone living with cancer, diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and those concerned with the effects of aging.

(purchase)
Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs & Wear Cows
by Melanie Joy, PhD

This groundbreaking work, voted one of the top ten books of 2010 by VegNews Magazine, offers an absorbing look at why and how humans can so wholeheartedly devote themselves to certain animals and then allow others to suffer needlessly, especially those slaughtered for consumption.

Social psychologist Melanie Joy explores the many ways we numb ourselves and disconnect from our natural empathy for farmed animals. She coins the term "carnism" to describe the belief system that has conditioned us to eat certain animals and not others.

Controversial and challenging, this book will change the way you think about food forever.

(purchase)

You can see a speech by Dr. Joy if you scroll down this page.

Recommended Documentaries

Earthlings
Dubbed the "Vegan Maker", Earthlings is the never-can-forget look inside the process animals go through from living beings to becoming food.

Earthlings was made in the US in 2005, since then there have been Australian and UK spin off's. While Earthlings is the original classic, it's can be best to educate yourself on things as close to home as possible. I recommend watching them all.

(official website)
What The Health
A shocking, and at times hilarious, documentary for the health benefits of a vegan lifestyle. The film's website lists all the sources for all the health claims as they appear in the movie.

There is another film on the same topic called Forks Over Knives which is almost a documentary version of the book The China Study mentioned above. I recommend both.

(official website)
Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret
"The film that environmental organizations don't want you to see."

A comprehensive exposé of the devastating environmental impacts of animal agriculture. From the same crew that made What The Health, this highly engaging documentary also practices full disclosure and lists the full references on their website.

(official website)
Gary Yourofsky's Inspirational Speech
Recorded without his knowledge at Georgia Tech University in 2010, Gary's vast knowledge base and one-of-a-kind charismatic style will give you more than enough to get started with veganism.

Viewed over 4 million times, this speech, from the man who is responsible for turning more than one million people onto a vegan lifestyle, is a vegan-certified must-see... if you can handle it...

(Gary's official website)
'The Secret Reason We Eat Meat' by Dr Melanie Joy
Melanie Joy, Ph.D., Ed.M. is a Harvard-educated psychologist, professor of psychology and sociology at the University of Massachusetts, a noted speaker, and the author of "Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows" mentioned above.

Melanie is a recipient of the Institute of Jainology’s Ahimsa Award and her Ted Talk is in the top 1% most viewed TEDx speeches of all time.

(Melanie's official website)
You're here reading this page for a reason.

Right now there are more vegans on earth than ever before in recorded history.

Due to the internet, it's also easier to connect, learn from and share with all these likeminded people than ever before.

There really has never been an easier time to go vegan than right now.
If the information on this page makes sense to you...

Then what do you think is the most sensible thing to do about it?
“The time will come when men such as I will look upon the murder of animals as they now look on the murder of men.”

― Leonardo da Vinci
Dear Vegans...

Thank you for your compassion.

Thank you for your understanding.

Thank you for your strength.

Thank you for your determination.

Thank you for being our voice.

Thank you.

Still Have More Questions?

It's normal to be very curious about this topic when you are first exposed to it, and I wouldn't be surprised if there are still some unanswered questions you have that, once answered, will let you continue your vegan journey with a clear mind.

And I assure you, they can be answered.

If you're curious for more vegan information, then hit the button below and head over to the blog post I made that contains the most useful and accessible online resources for all vegan information from evidence-based nutrition advice to mouthwatering recipes to de-bunking absurd vegan-myths...

Click here to see The Most Useful & Informative Vegan YouTube Channels.
Want to Easily Stay Vegan For Life?

Staying vegan can unfortunately prove difficult for some people, even if their heart is behind it 100%.

There are lots of resources for going vegan, but they always neglect how to stay vegan for life, which is equally as important.

To address this issue once and for all, I have written an entire book on this subject for people who are serious about staying vegan for life.

This easy to read guide makes staying a healthy, ethical vegan for life as straight forward as something this important deserves to be.

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