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Veganism

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Veganism
What is Veganism?
Veganism is a lifestyle that abstains from the use of animal products, particularly in diet.
Why Veganism?
The Vegan Diet
Health
The Environment
Ethics
Vegan Nutrition

Protein
Fats
Omega-3 fat
Vitamin B12
Zinc
Calcium
Iron

no meat, poultry, fish, eggs or dairy products!
Health Benefits of Veganism
Nutritional benefits
Disease Prevention
Physical Benefits
Disadvantages of Veganism
Veganism and the Environment
Veganism and Ethics
According to PETA the leading cause of global warming is the pollution output from the dairy, egg and meat industries.
10 billion animals are generally slaughtered for human consumption each and every year.
Factory farms
Animal diets consist of antibiotics and pesticides
Possible Side Effects of Eating Vegan
Poses a risk for pregnant/nursing mothers and their children
Weakens the digestive system
Less calories = lack of energy
Food cravings
Weight fluctuation
amenorrhea (menstrual cycles cease)
hair loss and nail problems
dental cavities, tooth loss, and gum problems
osteoporosis and joint pain
Short-term vegan diet:

offers enormous benefits in overcoming serious health problems.

Long-term vegan diet:

physical and psychological deterioration will almost certainly occur.

Veganism and Athletic Performance
Athletes who are vegan must constantly make sure they are consuming enough vitamins/nutrients
No research has been done on the affects of the vegan diet on athletic performance
Three Questions to Ask Yourself Before Going Vegan
Will the diet give me what I need for optimal performance?
Will I get enough nutrients to maximize energy?
Is a vegan diet deficient in certain nutrients? (If so, will supplements replace those nutrients, and which ones should I take?)
Vegan Athletes
Venus Williams
Switched to a raw vegan diet after being diagnosed with Sjogren's syndrome
Has said that switching to a raw-vegan diet helped relieve many of her symptoms.
Hillary Biscay
Ironman champion 2008, 2nd in Ultraman World Championships 2010
Believes eating vegan has made her "a lighter, faster and stronger athlete"
Timothy Bradley Jr.
Vegan since 2008
Believes a vegan diet gives him energy and helps with his reflexes and balance
"With a vegan diet you always have energy. You feel light. You don't feel bulky or heavy. This would benefit any athlete in any sport."
Scott Jurek
Ultramarathoner with multiple wins
Author of 'Eat and Run'
Vegan for 16 years
"I like to eat, and I don’t have to worry about weight management. All I need is a high-carbohydrate diet with enough protein and fat."
Jim Morris
Vegan bodybuilder
Credits his excellent health to his vegan diet
Variety is key:
Fruits and Vegetables
Leafy greens
Whole grains
Nuts
Seeds
Legumes
In Conclusion...

The History of Veganism
Can be traced back more than 2000 years.
First recorded person to follow a somewhat vegan diet was Pythagoras , Greek philosopher and mathematician .
Veganism became a somewhat known concept in 1949.
Delicious Vegan Recipes!
Easy and
Vegans are more prone to deficiencies in many important nutrients including: B12, Vitamin D, Calcium, Iron, Calories, DHA, and Protein
It is difficult to plan meals and dine out
Works Cited
Craig, Winston J. "Health Effects of Vegan Diets." The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 11 Mar. 2009. <http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/89/5/1627S.full>.

Dietitians of Canada. "Healthy Eating Guidelines for Vegans." 27 Nov. 2014. <http://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Nutrition-A-Z/Vegetarian-Diets/Eating-Guidelines-for-Vegans.aspx>.

Ethical Consumer. "The Ethics of Veganism and Vegetarianism." ethicalconsumer.org. 2013.<http://www.ethicalconsumer.org/commentanalysis/animalrights/whatisveganism.aspx>.

Fuhrman, Joel, and Deana M. Ferreri. "Fueling the Vegetarian (Vegan) Athlete." Current Sports Medicine Reports 9.4 (2010): 233-41. The American College of Sports Medicine. <https://www.drfuhrman.com/library/vegan_athlete.pdf>.

Jurek, Scott. "Ultramarathon Running: How A Vegan Diet Helped Me Run 100 Miles." The Huffington Post. N.p., 12 June 2012. <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/scott-jurek/ultramarathon-running-diet_b_1587874.html>.

Lee, Jill. "Disadvantages of Being Vegan." Livestrong.com. Feb. 2014. <http://www.livestrong.com/article/482780-disadvantages-of-being-vegan/>.

Mayo Clinic Staff. "Nutrition and Healthy Eating." <http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/basics/nutrition-basics/hlv-20049477>.

Physicians Commitee for Responsible Medicine. "Vegetarian Foods: Powerful for Health." pcrm.org. <http://www.pcrm.org/health/diets/vegdiets/vegetarian-foods-powerful-for-health>.

The Vegan Society. "Why Go Vegan?" <https://www.vegansociety.com/try-vegan/why-go-vegan>.

The Vegetarian Resource Group. "Veganism in a Nutshell." <https://www.vrg.org/nutshell/vegan.htm#nut>.
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