World Vegan Day 2021: here are the top 5 vegan foods to boost your immunity.
Veganism is not just about food, it is all about a lifestyle where you don’t use any animal-based products. The person who turns vegan is the individual who supports a diet that is balanced. Veganism is all about, a diet that comprises pulses, cereals, vegetables, fruits which is a good outcome to fulfill all the nutritional requirements. Once you start avoiding a diet consisting of dairy products and non-veg you move a step forward towards a balanced ecosystem. Just by having a plant-based diet, you are the one who supports the idea of veganism. A person who turns vegan and follows a plant-based diet can have vegetables, fruits, pulses. As the milk products are not part of the diet they can be alternated with tofu, soy milk, almond milk, cashew nut milk.
The Vegan diet is a social moment, and it helps to keep your health on track. By following a vegan diet and by abstaining from animal products, one benefits their health. By following a vegan diet, the levels of cholesterol are lowered, the decline in heart diseases, controlled blood pressure, less likely to get diabetes, and also there is a lower risk of ovary, uterus, and breast cancers in women. Even several studies prove that by following the vegan diet one can even maintain a weight balance. Having a plant-based diet can be beneficial for those who are allergic to dairy products. Even by opting for a plant-based diet, one can clearly see a great difference in their skin and digestive system. Studies show that many people who follow veganism, have better skin, hair and have better gut health. World Vegan Day is celebrated on 1st November every year. This day is an occasion for vegans all over the world. This event is celebrated as “World Vegan Day”, and it was started in 1994 by Louise Wallis who was the Chairman of the Vegan Society, in the United Kingdom.
The vegan diet has got several benefits, such as it is full of nutrients, lowers the chances of diseases, boosts your mood, is good for skin and hair, is environmental and eco-friendly, is weight loss, and not much expensive. Israel is the country that has the highest number of vegans in the world. Based on the study, and as of 2021, 7.9 billion of the population follow veganism. India comprises 38% of the population who follow veganism. Many international celebrities such as Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, Zac Efron, Miley Cyrus are the ones who follow veganism. Even in Bollywood, there are celebrities such as Sonam Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, Alia Bhatt, Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor, and Jacqueline Fernandez are to name a few Indian celebrities who have changed their life to veganism. Now, you can even think about changing your lifestyle into Veganism. Below are the top five foods which you can consume to improve and boost your immunity.
as mentioned earlier people following veganism, cannot opt for any milk products. It is beneficial for those who are allergic to dairy products. Plant-based kinds of milk which include soy milk, cashew nut milk, almond milk, and coconut milk. These glasses of milk are highly beneficial for health, as they are rich in vitamins and minerals, low in fats, don't comprise cholesterol, and are perfect for the ones with a slow digestive system.
Pulses and beans
By consuming pulses in your vegan diet you are getting all the vitamins, minerals, protein, fiber, zinc, iron. Just by taking the pulses, you are improving your health.
Fruits and vegetables
these two food items are best if you are planning to turn into a vegan. As they are a good source of vitamins and minerals. They are excellent in maintaining a healthy gut and even preventing constipation and other digestive problems. The vegetables and the fruits provide all the nutrients and vitamins. Try to enrich your diet with colorful fruits and vegetables. You can even opt for a salad.
Yes you read that right, this food comes directly from the sea but it has got no connection with any animal, they are sea vegetables which are a form of algae. This brown and black color-looking algae is highly beneficial for health, as it protects the heart, lowers the risk of thyroid disease, and supports healthy gut health.
Other meat substitutes
Once you step into the world of veganism, you should bid farewell to all the meat-made food products. Don’t worry as there are meat substitutes in the Vegan world, and they too are equally beneficial for health. They are high in protein, vitamins, and vitamins. You can opt for jackfruit, mushrooms, nuts, and soya in the place of meat.
So, what are you thinking of this Vegan Day? Just give it a try, and change your lifestyle that promotes a healthy and eco-friendly environment.
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