Why You Should Go Vegan – Vegan Health Benefits

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According to the Global Burden of Disease Study, the number one risk factor for premature death and disability are dietary risks. Closely followed by smoking. Dietary risks killing hundreds of thousands more, than smoking. Dietary risks are dangerous, mainly because of the consumption of animal products.

But what is so dangerous about animal products?
What are the health benefits of a vegan diet?
Are vegan diets healthy?

1. Vegans live longer
Vegans live a longer life. Mainly because of the minimized risk of cardiovascular disease, due to the cholesterol-free diet they consume. Cardiovascular diseases include: Alzheimer, Dementia, Heart attacks and strokes. Vegans also have a smaller risk of developing various forms of cancer, due to a minimization of IGF-1 in their diet.

2. Vegans have a higher quality of life
Animal products are pro-inflammatory. Which means they create stress and inflammation inside of your body. This can worsen your mood, dampen your energy and increase the time you need for recovery.

Why you should go vegan? Go vegan for the health benefits.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Love the animation! Great video. After going vegan, I've noticed clearer skin, more energy, and over all more happiness. Can you do a video on caffeine? It's something I can't drop with my cup of coffee in the morning,

  2. I have 2 questions;
    1) How does one bring up the topic of a meat-free diet in a social group whom hold a massive stigma towards the concept?
    2) How does one even attempt to convince his/her father and mother to let him/her stop eating dairy products. Especially, when this person's father is some 35 years older and almost three times heavier than him/her.
    What happens if that specific father happens to detest veganism to it's core and has quite a short temper?
    What happens if the mother involved believes that a vegan diet is unhealthy?
    What if that persons parents use the child's skinniness to demonstrate that vegetarianism is a bad diet?
    And finally, what if the mother has to cook multiple different meals to cater for her children, AND furthermore her child is not permitted to make his own food?

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