"Veganism is a way of living that seeks to exclude, as far as possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to animals for food, clothing and any other purpose”



For the animals

Animals are a constant part of our lives. we even consider them members of our family.  We interact with them and we often turn to them for emotional support.

Avoiding animal products is one of the most obvious and easiest ways you can take a stand against animal cruelty and animal exploitation everywhere.


What do we naturally desire? Our Instinct!

When you let a kid choose between a fruit and a rabbit. Our instinct will naturally choose to eat the fruit. Many studies show that children literally deny meat when they first get in contact with it.


Will I get enough protein?

Proteins are known as the building blocks of life: In the body, they break down into amino acids that promote cell growth and repair.

When you eat a diet based on fruit, vegetables, tubers, whole grains, and legumes you will be perfectly fine. A great source of protein can be found in many foods. Check out Nutrion


For your health

Following a healthy, balanced vegan diet ensures a host of health benefits as well as prevention of some of the major diseases striking people

Eating animal fats and proteins has been shown in studies to raise a person's risk of developing cancer, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, hypertension, heart disease, and a number of other illnesses and conditions. The fat and protein content of cow's milk is very different from human milk, leading some experts to suggest that we are not designed for consuming cow's milk. An article published in Food Technology in October 2012 explained that plant-based diets either minimize or completely eliminate people's genetic propensity to developing chronic diseases, such as diabetes type 2, cardiovascular disease, and cancer. Whole grains, vegetables, fruits, and legumes contain no cholesterol and are low in fat, especially saturated fats. They are also high in fiber and other 


Why is meat and dairy so bad for the environment?

The production of meat and other animal products places a heavy burden on the environment - from crops and water required to feed the animals, to the transport. Considerably lower quantities of water is required to sustain a vegan diet, making the switch to veganism one of the easiest, most enjoyable and most effective ways to reduce our impact on the environment.