The vegan lifestyle seems to become more and more popular in the world. By now, there are entire companies founded to promote the vegan lifestyle launching a wide variety of vegan products that almost every demand for meat alternatives is answered. People become increasingly aware that their diet choice doesn’t only impact their health but also the entire ecosystem.
It’s always a pleasure to read about professional athletes who chose to go vegan. The number of those people is rising rapidly. However, very interestingly most of them seem to face the same challenging question in the beginning: “Is the vegan lifestyle going to cut down on my performance?”
The following article is going to provide an excellent insight of the consequences of a meat-based lifestyle. Too many people still underestimate that their diet habits do have a devastating impact not only on their personal health and on the treatment of animals but also on the entire environment.
Have you ever tried that approach by introducing yourself to someone else saying “Hi, I’m vegan. What’s your name?” Well, probably not. And even if you did, it would sound quite weird, wouldn’t it? However, although the numbers of people going vegan is climbing rapidly, vegans are still considered to be more or less a bit “weird” to many people.