Often people hesitate to go vegan because they are afraid to miss on something nobody can live without: protein. They are used to dinner tables that show a piece of meat and some vegetables. In fact, they are not sure about how to substitute protein the best way possible. However, if they knew about the wide variety of possibilities of plant-based protein, they would definitely have no hard time to skip meat and never look back again.
The announcement of company chair Edward Roquette to invest $400 million and to hire 150 people on a full-time basis in order to open the world’s largest plant-based protein factory in the world must have been awesome news to vegans worldwide. However, especially vegans in Manitoba must have cheered-up as the plant is going to be established in Canada.
Everybody wants to live a long and healthy life. So, expanding one’s lifespan is a goal anybody would go for. Of course, there is no formula that guarantees a long life. However, there are criterions which put into practice get very close to achieve this goal. Starting with regular physical activity, avoiding stressful mindsets and particularly following proper diet habits account for a long and healthy life.
The health benefits of a vegan lifestyle are becoming more and more obvious. In fact, nobody can seriously argue this anymore. However, this fact gains momentum if independent and highly respected researchers also arrive at this conclusion. As a matter of fact, that’s exactly the case since a study led by researchers of Harvard Medical School
Now, this man has already written history by breaking three world records in weight lifting. After moving from Iran to Germany at the age of seven, the child of Armenian parents started to work out since he has always had the desire to be strong in order not only to defend himself but also to protect others as he puts it.
Up to now, so many people seem to underestimate the impact of animal protein on their health. A research study that had been published on March 2015 showed that animal protein can cause devastating health issues such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes and may even account for Alzheimer’s disease.
By now, it has become crystal clear that factory farming is responsible for almost half of the worldwide greenhouse gas emissions. This is a fact and cannot be ignored by neither meat eater nor vegans. Against this background, everybody knows that a widely meat-based culture is not going to provide a sustainable approach for the future.