Firstly, What is a Vegan? Some people see going Vegan as simply cutting out certain food types for maintaining a healthy body and lifestyle for themselves, but going Vegan for most really does carry a bigger picture along with it. Vegan to most is a path in which the person tries to live without any exploitation of animals contributing to there diet or food intake. Things like meat, dairy, eggs or honey are all seen as exploiting animals, therefore are strongly prohibited when following a Vegan diet.
For anyone going vegan can always be a daunting process, especially if that person has been used to enjoying a varied diet comprising of all foods like meat, dairy and fish.
Many people see going vegan as simply a great way to lose a few pounds, and detox there body by consuming large amounts of rich “Plant based” foods, famously former president Bill Clinton is now a Vegan after believing it to aid his health immensely following a quadruple bypass and has now recorded a large healthy loss of weight on the back of following the “plant based” diet.
Below you will see an interesting description of how the worlds diet needs are affecting the planet we live in and possibly the solution for aiding the worlds hunger problems.