ready to be vegan
If you’re on a vegan journey, you might have lots of questions on the way. Challenge 22 is here to support you for 22 days, free. You’ll receive a personal mentor and access to professional nutritional advice. If you reach 22 days, it’s likely you’ll be vegan for life as it takes 21 days to break a habit. Simply sign up on Facebook.
Veganuary – coined from trying Vegan in January – is a charity that provides help and online resources to support anyone who wants to try being vegan for a month. Sign up for the challenge – it’s free, though you can donate to the charity if you want to. Remember, Veganuary is for any time, not just January! People often report feeling better after, so give it a whirl, you’ve nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Happy Cow is a brilliant app which shows you all the vegan restaurants and food shops around the world.
Spoon Guru is a convenient, time saving app. Just scan any product barcode as you shop and it’ll let you know if it’s vegan!
This plant-based diet guide is provided by Dr T. Colin Campbell’s Center for Nutrition Studies. Dr Campbell is well known for his work on The China Study – one of the most comprehensive studies of health and nutrition ever conducted. He is a leading authority on the benefits of a whole food plant-based diet and has been dedicated to the science of human health for more than 60 years. His primary focus is on the association between diet and disease, particularly cancer.
An information page which gives a good background on cruelty-free beauty products, skincare and make up. Remember: if a product is marked ‘vegan’ it does not contain animal-based collagen*, glycerin*, donkey skin ejiao or whale fat. If it’s marked ‘cruelty-free’; the product may contain animal derivatives but isn’t tested on animals. Thank you to Abigail for suggesting this resource and helping animals.
*there are plant-based alternatives available
Food and recipes
Amazing chocolate brownies – WOW! Dairy and egg free!