Where Do Vegans Get Their Protein? Why a Plant-Based Diet is Perfectly Sufficient in Supplying Our Protein Needs

If vegans were to make a list of questions they get asked the most, the number one question is most likely going to be: Where do you get your protein? This is no surprise – the very idea of a balanced meal in our society is built upon the scheme that includes ‘a lean protein, a healthy carbohydrate, and a vegetable’ on every plate. No one’s going to argue that … Read the rest of the post

A List of 10 Common Questions Newly Vegan Athletes Ask: Part 2 of 2.

Today  we continue with the list of questions that are most often asked by active people who are transitioning to a plant-based vegan diet. The answers to these questions can also be beneficial to established vegans who are interested in adding more exercise to their daily routine.  Our previous post with the first five questions and answers can be found here. Whether your idea of exercise consists of a 30-minute … Read the rest of the post

A List of 10 Common Questions (Newly) Vegan Athletes Ask: Part 1 of 2.

Whether you’ve followed a plant-based/vegan diet for a while and recently decided to get more active, or you’ve been athletic for some time and are thinking of switching to veganism, you’re likely to have some questions and concerns about how to do it right. Today’s post is going to cover 10 most commonly asked questions by newly vegan athletes. First of all, let me bring on some good news: you’ve … Read the rest of the post

5 Nutrition Tips for Vegan Athletes

Today I’m going to cover a few nutrition tips for vegan athletes. It doesn’t matter if your idea of exercise is a half an hour walk every night, 2 hours of weightlifting at the gym every day, or something in between: optimal nutrition is a key to optimal performance. When it comes to nutrition and athletic performance, we’ve all heard so much information – often contradictory – that it’s hard not … Read the rest of the post

10 Essential Plant-based Pantry Staples That Make Your Diet Nutritious And Healthy

Health benefits of nuts and seeds in plant-based diet

Whether you are new to a plant-based vegan diet, have been plant-strong for a while, or just stumbled upon my blog out of curiosity, you’ve probably wondered how to stock your pantry and fridge with foods that are the most beneficial for your health. So what are the essential plant-based pantry staples that all health-conscious vegans stock in their homes? It’s a well-established fact: if you want ‘thy food to … Read the rest of the post

Reasons to Ditch Meat and Dairy, and Why It’s Worth It

What are the reasons to ditch meat and dairy? Today I’ve finally decided to get into the hottest subject that concerns both pro- and anti-veg people. There is so much info about this all over the internet that if you start digging, you might get easily confused and frustrated. Especially if you are very new to the idea of living meat and dairy free. There are plenty of individuals, groups, … Read the rest of the post

Scientists and Researchers of the Whole Food Plant-Based Diet

I’ve always been very interested in nutrition and how it affects our wellbeing, and the more I read up on the subject, the more evidence I found suggesting that ditching animal-derived foods and consuming lots of unprocessed, “whole” plant-based foods can make a drastic change in how we feel and perform. Practice shows that in many cases, low-fat whole-food plant-based (WFPB) diet can even prevent and reverse certain diseases! In … Read the rest of the post

Vegetarian, Vegan, And Other Meat-Free Nutritional Approaches

Reasons to go vegan

In the previous article, we covered the differences between species according to their preferences in food sources. If you watched the highly informative video in which Milton Mills, M.D., delivered a speech for the Vegetarian Society of Hawaii, you might have gotten an idea of where we humans fall in this paradigm. However, there are so many approaches in nutritional science that each claim to be the one and only … Read the rest of the post