Raw Talk: World Vegan Day Celebration – Why Vegan?
Join me on this replay of the live panel discussion I hosted with this all-star lineup of long-term raw vegans as we celebrate
World Vegan Day and go into the big question, Why Vegan?
I feel SO blessed to be able to share this second episode of “Raw Talk” going into the question, Why Vegan with some of the most well-educated, compassionate, and inspirational experts in their fields that I have the honor of calling friends and colleagues. Sit back as this all-star lineup answers tough questions about veganism, activism, ethics, compassion, and more from topics that came up naturally as well as those written in live. Each expert panelist shares life-changing insights and wisdom that are sure to open your mind and heart!
Featuring Dr. Douglas Graham, Prof Rosalind Graham, Drs Rick and Karin Dina, Karin Ranzi, Melissa Maris, Jesse, and Reny Bogdanovich, between all of us there are over 200+ years of living a raw food lifestyle!
Check out everyone here on their IG and Websites 🙂
Dr. Doug Graham – Instagram, Web – FoodnSport.com
Prof Rosalind Graham – Instagram, Web – KarunaUnity.org
Karen Ranzi – Instagram , Web – SuperHealthyChildren.com
Melissa Maris – Instagram, Web – RawFoodRomance.com
Drs Rick & Karin Dina – Instagram, Web – RawFoodEducation.com
Jesse Bogdanovich – Instagram, Web – TheWholeLifestyle.com
and Reny Bogdanovich – Instagram , Web – HappyRawRewny.com
I really hope you enjoy the video and benefit from the second edition of Raw Talk: World Vegan Day Celebration – Why Vegan?
Below are some basics around the question why vegan, be sure to watch the video for much more in-depth heart felt answers to this important question.
Veganism is a compassionate lifestyle choice that has become increasingly popular in recent years due to the arising awareness in people and around the harsh realities of the animal “food” industry. Those who practice veganism choose to eliminate all animal products from their diet, including dairy, eggs, honey, and bee products. In addition to abstaining from animal products, many vegans also choose not to wear animal–derived clothing such as wool, or leather or use animal–based products such as leather or fur. This all said most vegans choose to donate or give away old clothing or products rather than throw them away.
So you may ask, Why Vegan?
One of the main reasons that someone may go vegan is for health benefits. Following a vegan diet has been linked to a lower risk of developing heart disease, cancer, and type 2 diabetes. By excluding animal products from their diet, vegans can also reduce their cholesterol and saturated fat intake, which can help improve overall cardiovascular health. Additionally, many vegan foods, namely all unprocessed plant foods, are naturally high in fiber, providing important nutrients to the body.
Another reason someone may go vegan is environmental reasons. Studies have shown that animal agriculture is a major contributor to climate change, largely due to the production of methane and nitrous oxide emissions. Additionally, animal agriculture is responsible for a large amount of deforestation, which can lead to soil degradation and water pollution. By eliminating animal products from their diet, vegans can help reduce their carbon footprint and protect the environment.
Many vegans also choose to go vegan for animal rights reasons. Vegans believe that animals have the right to live their lives free from suffering, and they oppose the use of animals for food, clothing, and other products. Vegans also strive to reduce animal cruelty and exploitation to the greatest degree possible and practicable, which is often found in animal agriculture and animal testing of products.
Finally and truly at the root of veganism, people often go vegan for ethical reasons. Vegans strive to make conscious and compassionate choices to reduce their potential contribution to the suffering of animals. Many believe that all living creatures have the right to enjoy life, and veganism is seen as the most ethical way to live. It is clear that there are many reasons why someone may go vegan. Whether it be for health, environmental, animal rights, or ethical reasons, going vegan can be a positive and beneficial lifestyle choice.
The more you dig and grow in reasons to go vegan the question moves from Why Vegan to Why Not Vegan?
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Wishing You Much