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Vegan Online Course

All To Vegan Love

BE THE CHANGE Vegan Online Course

Every week, we’re featuring different vegan businesses and we’ve got an amazing line up for you! 

All included in our next #BETHECHANGE #onlinecourses - All To Vegan Love offers a light-hearted, compassionate and practical approach to veganism. The 8 week course, includes a case study with a non-vegan sharing the transition with you, easy at-home recipes, tutorials on vegan cosmetics and fashion, dealing with resistance, raising awareness and lots of additional resources. 


What are some of the benefits of a vegan diet?


1. Feel lighter and more vital
2. Increase your awareness 
3. Feel more aligned
4. Be part of a global movement towards a more compassionate world
5. Raise awareness around you!

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Frequently asked questions

Is Being Vegan Healthy?


As much as it would be great to say that being vegan is healthy, there are still many choices that you need to make to enjoy a healthy vegan diet. Although it is definitely easier to adopt a healthy diet when you are consciously choosing what food you eat, there are still a large number of unhealthy vegan meals that you should only have in moderation. For example, as fast food chains begin to serve more vegan options, make sure to read up on their nutritional information before jumping the gun just because they are vegan.




How can I Start Being Vegan?


There are generally two trains of thought here, either go “cold turkey” or slowly start cutting animal products out of your life, until you are eventually vegan. This is entirely based on what works for you as well as your reasons for wanting to become vegan. For instance, if you are becoming vegan due to your love for animals then going vegan or vegetarian overnight could be easier for you. If you are more concerned about the environmental impacts of animal products, you can always start off by enjoying meat-free Mondays to get some vegan recipes under your belt before going vegan. Our online course is a great resource for anyone looking to adopt a vegan lifestyle.




Is Being Vegan Expensive?


This is a tough question to answer and can depend entirely on your tastes as well as how much you plan to eat meals at home. Vegan meals can often be cheaper to make at home once you have a good selection of spices and ingredients to get started. On the other hand, there are many vegan meals that are more expensive if you choose to buy ready meals or take aways. The good news is that being vegan is becoming less expensive as it becomes more popular.




What are the Benefits of Being Vegan?


Being vegan has many benefits, from reducing your carbon footprint to (without beating around the bush) not killing animals for your own desires. It may not seem like you have a direct effect on this, but as vegan diets become more popular, the inverse will occur for the meat and dairy industry. Another benefit is regaining a sense of control in your life, being vegan can sometimes feel difficult in a world where the meat industry seems to be ingrained in our culture. You can resist this and actively be the change that you want to see in the world!




How does Being Vegan Affect the Environment?


This question is pretty complicated, but for anyone looking to reduce their carbon footprint, being vegan is a great choice to make. It isn’t all sunshine and rainbows though, there are still certain foods which you still need to watch out for when going vegan. As a general rule, the best thing you can do for the environment, is to eat locally sourced produce where possible. Even if you are only eating fruit and veg, you still need to consider what it takes to grow your food, and get it to your table. This is one argument that seems to be pro meat industry, claiming that vegans actually do more harm to the planet than meat eaters, often citing the amount of land we would need to grow the crops needed if everyone were to go vegan. This does not account for the huge amount of water, crops and land needed for our livestock’s food as well as the space needed for the farms themselves.