Here Are the Answers to All of Your Questions About Veganism.

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Where do you get your protein?

From nuts and beans to tofu and seitan, protein is abundant in plant foods. You don’t need meat for adequate protein.

What’s wrong with dairy and eggs?

Animals raised for dairy and eggs not only endure horrific suffering on factory farms but also often end up as meat themselves. 

Is vegan food more expensive?

Some people claim they could never cut out meat because it would be too expensive. Little do they know vegetarian eating is incredibly affordable! Click here for tips to eat vegan on a budget!

Don’t plants feel pain?

Plants have no brain or central nervous system, which means they can’t feel anything. It takes a reported 16 pounds of grain to produce just one pound of beef, so if you’re really concerned about plants, you should be avoiding meat anyway.

Is “humanely raised” meat better?

You may see “cage-free,” “free-range,” and other so-called humane labels on meat, dairy, and eggs, but don’t buy the hype. All animals raised for meat will face the same violent and unnecessary death. 

Can you be an athlete on a vegan diet?

From ultramarathoner Rich Roll and Olympian Carl Lewis to US Open winner Serena Williams, vegans prove time and again that you don’t need to support animal torture to be a star athlete.

Don’t cows need to be milked?

Though it may seem obvious, many people have no idea that in order to produce milk, cows have to be pregnant or have just given birth. Like all other mammals, cows lactate for their babies.

What if you were stuck on a deserted island and had nothing else to eat?

The next time you find yourself on a deserted island you can reassess, but until then…

Don’t you need meat to be healthy?

Research continues to prove that a nutritious plant-based diet is beneficial to your health. A vegan diet is a win-win situation: You get to live a longer, healthier life while letting farmed animals live their lives!

If everyone went vegan, what would happen to all the farm animals?

If meat consumption declined, fewer animals would be bred into a life of abuse and neglect. It’s that simple!

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