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- 76 years ago the foundation of World Vegan Day, the trend of this diet is increasing in India
- Vegan diet increases the ability to fight diseases and controls blood pressure.
If you want to lose weight and keep heart healthy, then you can adopt vegan diet. Nutrients from fruits, vegetables and grains reduce the risk of cancer by keeping the stomach intact. But it is dangerous to live with this diet for several months. Clinical Nutritionist Dr. Surabhi Pareek She says, whenever you start this diet, take some other supplements with it or else there may be deficiency of some nutrients.
Today, on the occasion of World Vegan Day, know what is important to keep in mind before adopting Vegan Diet…
Vegan diet reduces cancer risk, research has proved
A study done in the US shows that the vegan diet is effective in weight loss. Due to the very small amount of fat in it, blood pressure remains under control and the risk of heart diseases decreases. A large amount of antioxidants are found in the body through fruits and vegetables, which also keep blood sugar under control and increase immunity.
According to a report by the Mayo Clinic, vegan diets do not contain non-veg, so they protect against colon and breast cancer. Due to fiber, stomach problems like constipation do not occur.
Keep these 6 things in mind if you take a vegan diet
Who should not eat vegan diet
People who are already underweight. Those struggling with iron and calcium deficiency, they should avoid taking vegan diet. Like- anemic women. People who are allergic to nuts, soy and gluten should also not take vegan diet.
Also understand the difference between vegetarian and vegan diet
One of the biggest differences between vegan and vegetarian diets. Vegan diet consists mostly of foods that are directly derived from plants. One thing is particularly noted in the vegan diet is that those who are taking food should not be prepared chemically. That means there should be food prepared from organic farming.
How World Vegan Day started
On November 1, 1944, Donald Watson of Britain, advocating for animal rights, called a meeting of 5 people. Non-dairy products were discussed in this meeting. The foundation of World Vegan Day arose from here. The goal of this day is to save the animals and the environment and make people aware to eat vegetarian food.
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