Now we are going to go over a second reason that you can go vegan:  health.  The wealth of research and information on the health of being vegan is absolutely astounding.  The little titbits I’m about to go over don’t even come close to scratching the surface.

Let’s start with a list of diseases from a diet rich in animal products:  high cholesterol, coronary heart disease, diabetes, stroke, obesity, asthma, high blood pressure, large bowel disorders, various cancers, gall stones, coronary artery disease, osteoporosis, kidney disease and dementia. (read more + resources)

people often ask me why i’m vegan, and honestly, i haven’t found a reason not to be; so i decided to do a number of little clips that have bite-sized information about different reasons to go vegan!

let’s start with our first reason to go vegan – environmental impact.  in order to make one pound of beef, we have to use two thousand five hundred (2,500) gallons of water, fifty-five (55) square feet of rainforest, sixteen (16) pounds of grain and and eighty (80) kilograms of co2. (read more + resources)

Hi, and welcome to Bite Size Vegan where you can find fun, friendly information on veganism in under 5 minutes every time.  Do you want to know more about a vegan lifestyle, but have the attention span of a toddler?  Do you have questions about veganism, but are overwhelmed by the results of your google search?  Are you curious about a vegan diet but utterly traumatized by Tofurky? (we’ve all been there)

Have you ever wanted to ask a vegan a question but are afraid that you’re going to get punched in the face because you are not vegan?  Do you think that in order to be vegan, you have to think certain way, vote a certain way, change absolutely everything about yourself and forge an intimate relationship with trees?  Is that…is that just me? OK.  Has your only interaction with vegans left you with the impression of an exclusive, elitist club of douches? (read more + resources)