What Is A Vegan Diet?
A Vegan diet and Veganism can mean very different things. A Vegan diet can simply mean avoiding all animal foods. Many vegan diets consist of heavily processed foods and are not necessarily based around the principles of using food to create good health.
Veganism is defined as a way of living that attempts to exclude all forms of animal exploitation and cruelty, whether for food, clothing or any other purpose. For these reasons, the vegan diet is devoid of all animal products, including meat, eggs and dairy. Again, this may also mean eating in a way that is devoid of the nutrient dense foods that the longest healthiest living people on the planet consume.
In our Human Ecology Diet we address this issue by adopting the principles of ancient wisdom and nutritional science. You will find everything you need on our link here
What we're looking at is basically what nature provides for us in abundance; wholegrain, beans, vegetables from land and sea, fruits, nuts and seeds,. Once we understand that, then I think we can start to move forward because it is basically whole food that matters. Plants gift us with a huge variety of course in using that food any way we wish. You can find some delicious recipes on our website link here to get your started. I think it's a simple message, but at the same time, acknowledging that tremendous variety of foods that nature provides and respecting the very fact that what we eat creates health or disease.
When we combine ancient wisdom with modern nutritional science and then inform people how they achieve a long and happy healthy life, it's like switching on another lighthouse. Our mission continues in 2021 switching on as many lighthouses as we can around the world to Go Vegan.
Bill and I invite you all to join us in service for a healthy world for humans and nonhumans alike.
In good health