Being a ~health conscious~ vegan is honestly so easy and inexpensive, you just have to be committed and well prepared (and not afraid to eat the same meals frequently). $3.00 spent on a filling, nutritious and completely organic dinner… you really can’t beat that.
I couldn’t agree more with that statement! Being vegan is not that huge of a challenging commitment as long as you keep it simple and give yourself satisfied with tasty but simple food options. I admire this women, there’s nothing better than reading her blog entries if you feel like you wanna treat your soul, body and mind!
Awesome project Wildbolz has organized! I wish I’d be living in Zürich. Last week I’ve been there and I was surprised that they even had a vegan Gelateria there! I’m utterly pleased that the Vegan options here in Switzerland are improving constantly! Can’t wait to have our own vegan gelato place here in Bern!
It is ludicrous how little our society would have to do in order to reduce poverty and to improve the food situation in third world countries. Having said that, it is tremendously simple to make little changes and adjust your diet. Why would I need to eat cooked flesh if there’s plenty of other foods that can satisfy my body? The China-study proves that the human being can survive from only eating plant-based foods. In fact several studies revealed that a vegan diet reduces the risk of all types of cancer, cardiovascular diseases. In contrast, the consumption of animal protein has been associated with a frequency of occurrence of cancer, coronary disease and diabetes.
http://www.tiere-essen.ch/ watch this video it’s making you think about what you put in your body if you’re omnivore or vegetarian or vegan. It’s so easy to avoid eating animal products therefore it’s important to spread the word everywhere! This is a picture of my old dog that we had to give away when I was 10 years old and living as a vegan made me think about him even more and I keep telling myself that he would be proud of the way I chose to eat as well!