There are three main reasons people give for wanting to try vegan, and all are equally valid: to better protect animals, to reduce the impact on our planet (climate breakdown, deforestation, pollution, and wildlife decimation), and to improve their own health.
While they may be prompted to try vegan for one of these reasons, people often end up staying vegan for all of them.
At its heart, veganism is about compassion – for animals, our planet, ourselves and each other. So…why go vegan – isn’t that the very best reason why? Read on to find out more reasons to go vegan.
Despite what people may believe, animal farming is far from humane, even in organic, free range or ‘high-welfare’ circumstances. When people learn about the suffering animals endure during the farming process, it’s no surprise that many of them can’t bring themselves to eat animals any longer. Check out our blog section on animals to learn about the horrors of dairy farming to the problems with modern fishing.
Sustainability is a topic at the forefront of our minds more than ever before. As more information emerges about the impact of meat on the environment, people are increasingly choosing to leave it off their plates altogether. Our blog section on the environment includes articles on a range of issues, such as why eating fish is killing our oceans, how eating meat wastes water and many more reasons to go vegan for our planet.
With some of the world’s top athletes choosing a plant-powered diet to enhance their health, performance and recovery, it’s no wonder plenty of others are following suit. There are endless benefits of animal-free eating, such as lower cholesterol levels and blood pressure, as well as reduced risk of type 2 diabetes.
So…why go vegan? It seems a more fitting question would be – why not go vegan? If you’re ready to give it a go, sign up for our free 31-day pledge.