Healthy Nutritional Vegan Products
Veganism or to be Vegan has been halied as one of the fastest growing lifestyle movements in the UK. Veganism has seen an enormous surge in popularity in the last few years with the younger generation leading the way. The number of Vegans in the UK has reached well over half a million and predictions suggest that within the next 25 years a quarter of the population could be Vegan.
An increasingly positive portrayal of veganism in the media, online and in social media, combined with the influence of celebrities and high profile sports stars has helped to change the public's perception of the vegan diet. With negative press stories on the health, ethical and environmental impck of a meat and dairy based diet reinforcing the message that veganism, or in many cases a flexitarian diet offers increasingly health-conscious consumers a more sustainable way of life.
The price, choice and quality of vegan products has significantly improved in response to this evolving consumer trend, which has in turrn helped to make the difficult transition of switching to a vegan diet easier and more accessible, especially as there are now more convenience and on-the-go vegan products available.
Excluded from the Vegan Diet are:
Meat, fish and other substances that come directly from killing an animal, such as animal fats and gelatine.
Dairy products such as cows milk, cheese and yogurt or goats or sheep milk products.
Eggs or foods containing eggs such as Quorn.
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