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Vegan Myths and why I think being vegan is sexy!
Transcript of Vegan Myths and why I think being vegan is sexy!
and why I think being vegan is sexy!
a person who refrains from using any animal product whatever for food, clothing, or any other purpose
vegan myth 1:
(Kale, Spinach, ...)
(Peanut, Almond, Cashew)
Lentils and Peas
(Pinto, Kidney, Black Beans)
what vegans don't eat:
no fish or seafood
most white sugar
most beer and wine
you might think these are vegan?
some salad dressings
plenty of protein in veg!
Do you get enough
vegan myth 2:
bones and teeth!
You need milk for your
calcium rich vegan foods
Hemp and Soy milk
Fortified orange juice
Roasted sesame seeds
vegan myth 3:
I can only be
if I eat
are you on?
Less cholesterol & saturated fat!
Rich in vitamins, antioxidants and fiber!
Decreased risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke and some cancers.
Wanna know more?
reduces your eco-footprint
Forks over Knives
1 cup Soy or Almond Milk = 7-9 grams of protein
1 cup Lentils = 18 grams of protein!
1 cup Tempeh = 30 grams of protein = More than 5 eggs
1 cup Kale = 180 mg
1 cup Almond Milk = 276 mg
1 cup Collard Greens = over 350 mg
"Strongest Man of Germany" – 105 kg division
Tell that to this vegan heavyweight champion!
Check out the China Study and the
Forks over Knives Documentary!
Try go vegan for a week or 30 days!
You will feel
Guinness is filtered using tiny amounts of gelatin derived from fish bladders.
Others are filtered using egg whites or sea shells
Made with gelatin, a protein made from boiling skin, bones, and other animal parts.
Often find lecithin, which helps keep oil and vinegar from separating,
derived from animal tissues or egg yolk (both no-no's for vegans) or from soy (OK)
Many breads and baked goods are made with whey (a dairy product) or with butter, eggs, or sugar.
During the final purification process, cane sugar is filtered through activated carbon made from bone char (charcoal made from animal bones) at over half of the cane refineries in the United States.