Reimagining the worlds Relationship with Food & their Food Habits

'Veganism: Meeting the demand to replace Meat & Dairy to Plant-based Food!'
From sparing the animals to reducing the carbon footprint, Veganism is needlessly laying its strong impact. It is a dream come true concept to eat guilt free food that guarantees no cholesterol and yet serving delicious, healthy, sustainable, and completely vegetarian food.

As unhealthy lifestyles are contributing to the spread of obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease cost-effective interventions to improve health outcomes are becoming more involved in helping people to adopt healthier lifestyles. Healthy eating may be best achieved with a plant-based foods and saying no for meats, dairy products, and eggs as well as all refined and processed foods.

Randomized controlled studies have reveal that vegan food serves multiple benefits ranging from weight loss and reduced blood sugar to prevention of heart disease, cancer, and premature death. Thus, Children and parents consuming vegan food consumed less protein, cholesterol, saturated fat, vitamin D, and vitamin B12. There intake of food is more of carbs and fiber.

As a result, if we are to slow down the obesity epidemic and reduce the complications of chronic disease, we must consider changing our culture's mind-set from `live to eat' to `eat to live'. The future of health care will involve an evolution towards a paradigm shift where the prevention and treatment of disease is centered, not on a pill or surgical procedure, but on another serving of fruits and vegetables. So, people should advocate that it is time to get away from terms like vegan and vegetarian and start talking about eating healthy and being healthy via whole plant-based foods.

As a conclusion, it is very much evident that shifting population towards healthful plant-based diets that reduce or eliminate intake of animal products and maximize favourable 'OneHealth' impacts on human, animal and environmental health.