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What Do Vegans Eat and What Is Veganism? - Animal Rights
Veganism is the practice of minimizing harm to all animals, which requires abstention from animal products, such as meat, fish, dairy, eggs, honey, gelatin, ...
What Can Vegans Eat - Animal Rights - About.com
Veganism is not about sacrifice, and it's not involuntary like a food allergy. It's a conscious decision not to participate in animal exploitation any longer. Veganism  ...
Vegan FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions About Veganism
There are a lot of misconceptions and questions about vegans and veganism out there, and not enough vegans to answer them. Here are some of the most ...
What Is a Vegan? What Do Vegans Eat?
Definition of vegan. Wondering what a vegan is or what vegans eat, then you`ve come to the right place!
Why Vegans Do Not Eat Honey - Bees and Animal Rights
While arguments against honey may not be as easy to understand as those against meat or fur, for vegans, any exploitation of an animal is a violation of that  ...
What Is the Difference Between a Vegan and a Vegetarian?
A vegan is a kind of vegetarian, but not all vegetarians are vegans. Vegans do not eat milk, eggs or honey, but veganism goes beyond diet.
Vegan Health FAQ – Dr. Michael Greger Answers ... - Animal Rights
Don't vegans need to be careful? What about that person who went vegan and almost died? Are there some people who can't be vegan? Vegan doctor Michael  ...
Types of Vegetarians - Vegetarian Food - About.com
Vegetarian? Vegan? Flexitarian? What does it all mean? Understanding the many different options available to you is the first step towards adopting a ...
Bill Clinton is not vegan, but advocates a plant-based diet
While Clinton is not vegan - he regularly eats eggs and fish - he's often described as "vegan" and is seen as a vegan advocate. Formerly known for his love of ...
Veganism is Not a Sacrifice - Animal Rights - About.com
Many consider veganism to be an exercise in self-denial and self-sacrifice, but the opposite is true: Using animals and consuming animal products is an unjust ...
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