Vegan Diet

Following a plant-based or vegan diet consists of eating plant-derived foods only. There are no animals or animal products involved in a vegan diet, which includes flesh (land or sea animals), milk, eggs, or honey.

Certainly, vegan diets are the subject of much criticism despite the plethora of scientific evidence, which is growing every day, showing the health benefits of excluding animal protein from one’s diet. Plant-based diets are known to reduce heart disease and cancer risks, as well as reverse type 2 diabetes, and aid in reducing obesity.

Eating vegan doesn’t require a large bank account or moving to a big city. The most nutritious and inexpensive vegan foods, which can be found in any supermarket, are fresh produce, grains, legumes, and nuts and seeds. These should make up the bulk of your diet for optimum health. There are some vegan processed foods available at many supermarkets, and like any processed food, are best eaten only on occasion.



Dr Garth Davis is a medical doctor who specialises in diet and has studied nutrition in depth and he is not the least bit worried by a vegan diet. Find out why.


Vegan World Would Be Healthier, Cooler, and Richer

A University of Oxford study has declared just how beneficial a plant-based, or vegan diet, could be for the entire world touching everything from diet related health burdens, global greenhouse gas emissions, and the economy.


96 Studies Show How a Vegan Diet Reduces Disease Risk

It’s little wonder those following a plant-based diet are known to live longer when a vegan diet reduces heart disease and cancer risks, while improving health and protecting against early death from disease.



An adequate amount of the B vitamins, especially B12, is vital to our neurological health regardless of who you are and what you eat. It is absolutely required to take a B12 supplement while consuming a plant-based diet and anyone who tells you otherwise is putting your health at risk.


Soy and Estrogen: Debunking the Confusion

There is a varied amount of criticism and defensiveness over the health benefits of soy. Discover the most popular and misunderstood criticism of the soy bean from a scientific standpoint.


The “Complementary Protein” Myth

According to many, vegan and vegetarian diets are dangerous to health as people will become protein deficient because plant foods don’t contain all the essential amino acids that humans need. This misinformation was published in the 1970s is still often quoted today as a reason not to consume a plant-based diet despite evidence to the contrary.