World Vegan Day is celebrated all over India on 1 November. A diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, pulses, dry fruits, etc. is called a vegan diet. In a vegan diet, milk and milk products are avoided. The reason behind this is that compared to growing vegetables for feeding and feeding water to cows, a lot of freshwaters is used, which is destroying the environment day by day.
What is the Vegan Diet?
The vegan diet is not a very easy diet. In this, the consumption of everything prepared from meat or milk is prohibited. This diet believes that if you are removing meat, milk, and eggs from your food, then it is very important to include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, etc. for a balanced diet.
There is also a need to bring variety in food to get vitamins, protein, fiber, etc. A vegan diet helps in reducing weight without increasing calories. Let me tell you that the Vegan diet is not one but many types.
Types of the vegan diet
Before starting a vegan diet, it is important to know what kind it is. So let us tell you that there are many types of the vegan diet, but more than three types of them are followed.
Whole Wheat Vegan Diet: Fruits, vegetables, pulses, nuts, etc. are included in it.
– Raw-food vegan diet: This category includes raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, or those which are plant-based food diet.
– Thrive diet: This is a mixture of both whole wheat and raw food.
These are the benefits of following the vegan diet
– This diet is full of nutrients.
– The vegan diet is also helpful in reducing weight.
– Blood sugar also remains under control.
– The kidney works smoothly by following this diet.
– The vegan diet is also helpful in relieving pain caused in the body.