Findings from several studies have pointed to the vegan diet being the best for the environment. A vegan diet is one that excludes all animal products, including meat, dairy, and even honey. Why is it the least destructive diet for the planet? Let’s examine the findings from research on the topic.
A vegan diet is one that excludes all animal products. Some people often confuse it with a vegetarian diet but while vegetarians steer clear of meat, a vegan diet excludes meat, eggs, milk & milk products, honey, and all other animal-derived ingredients. Regardless of what your motivation is, if you’re looking to make the switch, here’s what you should know before starting a vegan diet.
Superfoods are the latest craze for people who are trying to eat healthy and make food choices that also limit our impact on the planet. Superfoods are also referred to as “nature’s medicine”, in that they offer significant health benefits to anyone that eats them.
A typical egg dish contains heaping amounts of butter and milk that, while giving body and flavor to the meal, make it unsuitable for those allergic to dairy. This lactose-free broccoli quiche retains both taste and texture while remaining free of milk-products.
Superfood lattes have garnered a lot of buzz online, due in part to the fact that they tend to be awfully photogenic. Those bright green matcha lattes and gorgeous golden turmeric lattes are almost enjoyable to look at as they are to sip. But that’s far from the only reason to start your day with a superfood latte in hand.
This frittata recipe is perfect for Fall because it uses ghee and root vegetables, which are grounding and balancing for the body as the weather becomes cooler. The fresh herbs and zucchini add a lightness, that is reminiscent of the last days of summer!