• How is it like to be a vegan?

    Best answer: I have been Vegan for ten years, it takes time to get use to the food, but i feel healthy and i have lost weight and i feel great.
    one of the best choices i made for myself and i am glad i did it.
    Best answer: I have been Vegan for ten years, it takes time to get use to the food, but i feel healthy and i have lost weight and i feel great.
    one of the best choices i made for myself and i am glad i did it.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can I call myself a vegan if I only consume eggs and fish / shellfish?

    I rarely ever eat meat as most of my diet is vegan and I typically call myself vegan as a result. Can I call myself vegan?
    I rarely ever eat meat as most of my diet is vegan and I typically call myself vegan as a result. Can I call myself vegan?
    17 answers · 2 days ago
  • My 13 year old daughter is making vegan beef stroganoff. How can I politely excuse myself from eating it?

    Best answer: Through your tone of voice.
    Don't lie.
    She needs to know you don't want to eat this, but you don't have to make it be a judgement on her.
    Best answer: Through your tone of voice.
    Don't lie.
    She needs to know you don't want to eat this, but you don't have to make it be a judgement on her.
    8 answers · 7 hours ago
  • How to eat bacon again and still be a vegetarian?

    Best answer: One of those difficult choices. Sounds like you aren't truly committed to the ideals of vegetarianism, so maybe just drop the act?
    Best answer: One of those difficult choices. Sounds like you aren't truly committed to the ideals of vegetarianism, so maybe just drop the act?
    18 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why is it suggested to have only ONE serving of peanut butter per day?

    Best answer: First of all, store-bought peanut butter comes in all kind of varieties. I buy my peanut from a store that grinds it themselves and they don't add sugar, salt or oil. it's just peanuts. Whole foods has a nut grinder, you can make your own peanut butter or make your own cashew butter. Or you can buy peanuts... show more
    Best answer: First of all, store-bought peanut butter comes in all kind of varieties. I buy my peanut from a store that grinds it themselves and they don't add sugar, salt or oil. it's just peanuts.

    Whole foods has a nut grinder, you can make your own peanut butter or make your own cashew butter. Or you can buy peanuts and make peanut butter in a food processor. The clean up is sort of a hassle tho .

    About one handful of nuts or a tbsp or two of PB a day is a common recommendation. Nuts ARE a good source of healthy fats. If you exercise a lot you can increase the amount of fat you eat. But for most of us - it's a good idea to limit the amount of fat you consume.

    A lot of vegans have jumped on the WFPB diet bandwagon. And part of the WFPB diet is limiting fats. The concept is that fat, especially from oils, is just empty calories. The WFPB diet recommends just one serving of nuts a day. and just one serving of seeds. Again seeds are a good source of healthy fat. We all need some fat in our diets. but not much.
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • According to Vegans' logic, shouldn't I be dead right now?

    I am 24 years old who ate meat his entire life. They claim that meat causes cancer and heart attacks and other stuff. My question is this: if this were true, then why am I not dead? Don't get me wrong, nothing would make me happier than getting one of those things and just ending this miserable life. Life... show more
    I am 24 years old who ate meat his entire life. They claim that meat causes cancer and heart attacks and other stuff. My question is this: if this were true, then why am I not dead? Don't get me wrong, nothing would make me happier than getting one of those things and just ending this miserable life. Life freakin sucks and I dont know why people would want to live long. But if what they say is true, then why am I not dead? Also, my father is 55 and always ate meat. Why is he not dead and why do both of our blood tests show positive and good health? Shouldnt I be deathly ill and my father dead if vegan logic was true?
    14 answers · 3 days ago
  • How much B12 does a vegan need to supplement?

    Im already dairy free. And have been for a while because it cleared my acne up. Lately I've been looking into cutting out meat as well. (Although I do love animals it's not so much for the saving the animals aspect, mostly just the health! All the crap they put in meat/animals prior is unbelievable) anyways... show more
    Im already dairy free. And have been for a while because it cleared my acne up. Lately I've been looking into cutting out meat as well. (Although I do love animals it's not so much for the saving the animals aspect, mostly just the health! All the crap they put in meat/animals prior is unbelievable) anyways I'm reading that the one thing vegans need to supplement is b12. How much should i take daily? And should I start it the same day I stop meat?
    5 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Why are u vegan?

    we were meant to eat meat and we are the ones who evolved to become leaders of the world and civilised ones so why are people vegan?
    we were meant to eat meat and we are the ones who evolved to become leaders of the world and civilised ones so why are people vegan?
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Which of the Beatles were vegetarians?

    Best answer: John Lennon (Beatles, Plastic Ono Band - page includes Yoko Ono) - vegetarian on and off from 1967 Paul McCartney - (Beatles, Wings) veg around 1968 then consistently from the late 70s, currently only eats dairy occasionally. George Harrison - (Beatles, Plastic Ono Band, Traveling Wilburys) veg from 1966... show more
    Best answer: John Lennon (Beatles, Plastic Ono Band - page includes Yoko Ono) - vegetarian on and off from 1967

    Paul McCartney - (Beatles, Wings) veg around 1968 then consistently from the late 70s, currently only eats dairy occasionally.

    George Harrison - (Beatles, Plastic Ono Band, Traveling Wilburys) veg from 1966 for life

    Ringo Starr - (Beatles, Plastic Ono Band) veg on and off in the early days, now sticking with it


    https://ivu.org/people/music/beatles.htm...
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • I am a vegan who is considering to become vegetarian and consume dairy again.?

    What is your take on this?
    What is your take on this?
    24 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is there a vegan substitute for meat?

    28 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Our french fries Vegan?

    18 answers · 1 week ago
  • What are the benefits of going vegan?

    Best answer: - huge decreased chance in developing heart disease. Animal products increase your chances of developing heart disease because of the high sat fat content. Saturated fats increase the cholesterol levels in your blood and can clog your arteries. Can't get that with plants. - If you're overweight you'll... show more
    Best answer: - huge decreased chance in developing heart disease. Animal products increase your chances of developing heart disease because of the high sat fat content. Saturated fats increase the cholesterol levels in your blood and can clog your arteries. Can't get that with plants.
    - If you're overweight you'll be able to lose lots of weight on a plant based diet.
    - You'll cease some of the suffering and death of animals by not buying animal products. Animals in the meat/dairy industry are treated extremely cruelly and inhumanly. Chickens are locked up with 100s of other chickens and can't even spread their wings. Sometimes they even inject them with growth hormone to grow bigger.
    26 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What exactly do meat eaters eat?

    32 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What if I have 5 green olives whole when the serving size is 2. For 35 calories. Is it too much nutrients? Over dose vitamin?

    Best answer: Really, two green olives
    Like Ckngbbbls said just eat the olives
    Best answer: Really, two green olives
    Like Ckngbbbls said just eat the olives
    5 answers · 1 week ago