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Veganism

Veganism is a diet that excludes all animal products. Many people choose to be vegan out of environmental and ethical concerns over the resource consumption, habitat mismanagement, and animal treatment perpetuated for industrialized animal consumption; spiritual beliefs regarding the sanctity of all life; or health concerns—or some combination of the three.

6 Science-Based Health Benefits of Eating Vegan

Vegan diets are known to help people lose weight. However, they also offer an array of additional health benefits.

Are There Health Benefits to Going Vegan?

More and more people are eating vegan meals – and part of the reason is it’s seen as healthier. Is it really better for you? In the first of a new vegan series on BBC Future and BBC Good Food, Jessica Brown looks at the evidence.

Do Vegan or Vegetarian Diets Help Reduce Arthritis Inflammation?

Science has long touted the inflammation-fighting benefits of a healthy diet: one low in saturated fats and added sugars and high in fruits, veggies, lean protein (such as omega-3-rich wild salmon) and whole grains.

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