Why You Should Take Vegan Pledge This Year

December 09, 2019 1 Comment

Why Go Vegan This Year

As per a trusted source [1], a reduction in meat consumption is necessary to avoid climate breakdown. The continued purchase of meat products by humans also results in countless suffering for animals. Also, eating meat-based products regularly cause adverse effects on human health, as per a health study [2].

To avoid all such mishaps, you should seriously consider adopting a vegan lifestyle or opting for a vegan diet.

Here is a list of some other reasons why you should take a vegan pledge this year: 

Why Should Everyone Go Vegan?

Save the Planet

Save Earth

Eating meat is not environmentally friendly. By consuming meat daily, you put your worst efforts in protecting mother nature. Meat production causes an enormous amount of pollution and waste. The entire meat production industry is one of the biggest reasons for rapid climate change.


Grain feed required for meat production also contributes to habitat loss, deforestation, and species extinction. Some farmers across the globe intentionally put fire to clear land for cattle production due to which we lose many plant species and countless animals permanently. 

On the other hand, going vegan requires a low amount of crops and water to sustain your diet as well as helps reduce your carbon footprint. It's the best idea to safeguard the planet earth today.

Preventing Animal Suffering

Imagine living your entire life trapped in a tiny cage. You can't turn around, and when you lie down, you rest in your own waste.

Can you ever imagine yourself trapped down in a tiny cage for your entire life? You can't go free, and when you are, you are cut into pieces. This is what meat-eaters indirectly do for animals.


By choosing vegan or plant-based food over the meat, dairy, and eggs, you can save more than 200 animals per year from becoming a part of someone's daily diet.

Stay Healthy & Happy

Stay healthy and happy

Eating animal products regularly also increases the risk of developing various heart diseases, cancer, high blood pressure, and saturated fat in your body, as per numerous research studies [3, 4].

You can easily avoid the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases by eating plant-based food, as per a health study [5]. Staying vegan also helps you avoid forming excess fat in your body and stay fit & healthy.


Best Ways to Adopt a Vegan Lifestyle

Go Vegan

Adopting a vegan lifestyle enables you to experience many health benefits, and If you're someone who is just planning to go vegan, you'll need strategies for success.

Here is a list of some delicious vegan meals to get started:


  • Cheesy vegan potato casserole

  • Oatmeal and fruit

  • Chickpea burrito

  • Cucumber avocado toast

  • Vegan pancakes

  • Vegan Chickpea omelet


  • Quinoa, kale and spinach Bowl with veggies

  • Vegan Curried Broccoli Chickpea Salad

  • Beetroot & lentil tabbouleh

  • Veggie olive wraps with mustard vinaigrette


  • Grill Portobello mushroom burgers

  • Peanut Noodles

  • Mango Curry Chickpeas

  • Vegan Thai Soup

  • Burrito Stuffed Peppers


  • Peanuts with cashew nuts

  • Fruits and nut butter

  • Guacamole and crackers

  • Oatmeal with fruit, Nuts


Go Vegan Forever ...!

Once you take a vegan turn and start adding plant-based products in your daily meal. You'll probably feel so good that you may even want to remain cruelty-free for your life.

There are tons of vegan products that you give a try to get a unique taste and flavor every time you eat your meal.


[1] Support The Guardian (e.d). This article is more than 1-year-old Huge reduction in meat-eating ‘essential’ to avoid climate breakdown From https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/oct/10/huge-reduction-in-meat-eating-essential-to-avoid-climate-breakdown

[2] PubMed (e.d.). Health Risks Associated with Meat Consumption: A Review of Epidemiological Studies. From https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26780279

[3] PMC (e.d.). Meat consumption is associated with obesity and central obesity among US adults From https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2697260/

[4] American Cancer Society (e.d.). World Health Organization Says Processed Meat Causes Cancer From https://www.cancer.org/latest-news/world-health-organization-says-processed-meat-causes-cancer.html

[5] PMC (e.d.). A plant-based diet for the prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes From https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5466941/

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December 11, 2019

Please cite sources. Without sources or discussing the drawbacks to veganism this article is quite biased. There is a reason that you never find lifelong vegans nor did any civilization throughout history follow a vegan diet.

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