If the reasons above didn’t sway you, think about this –
Being vegan is certainly more environmentally friendly. According to the vegan calculator (http://thevegancalculator.com/), each day of being vegan saves 1100 gallons of water, 30 square feet of forest, 1 animal, 40 pounds of grain, and 20 pounds of carbon dioxide.
“A vegan diet is probably the single biggest way to reduce your impact on planet earth.” Joseph Poore. https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelpellmanrowland/2018/06/12/save-the-planet/#1830f11c3c81
also - look how cute this cow is!!!
So - convinced? Want to try? Here are some resources you can use:
Veganuary - a not for profit dedicated to the furtherance of a vegan life.
Vegan Reset – a really solid 28 day plan for those who want to give it a go
The Vegan Cheat Sheet – written by a dear friend, you can use this handy paperback at home or on the go!
That Vegan Wife -an awesome and authentic blog about vegan life and the journey...
Vegan Foods that are on “trend”, look good in your gym bag and great on your body!
Things Health Magazine wants you to know
Vegan protein guide – because that’s what you’ll most likely get asked!
Vegan certifying body - great resources and statistics about veganism
and yes - Jay Z & Beyonce wrote the intro to this book by their trainer....
So - give it a try, and when you get a hankering for a cookie, let us know!