When it comes to following a vegan lifestyle, many people will immediately associate it with food. However, you need to take far more into consideration than that. Vegan clothing, vegan beauty and vegan household products are all now readily available on the market, enabling you to live a vegan ethos in all areas of your life. One of the most commonly misunderstood products that people find when it comes to being a vegan is alcohol. Read on and find out everything you need to know, with our vegan booze guide.
Any recipe can be veganised – even scrambled eggs! Try this yummy tofu scramble recipe for a tasty alternative.
We love a smoothie with breakfast! It’s a great way of getting a quick and delicious hit of nutrients. Here’s a delicious smoothie recipe for your to try at home.
The 1st June marks World Milk Day, or in Rebel Kitchen’s case World Mylk Day. They’re stepping up to offer a dairy-free alternative to the creamy white stuff, it’s thought that 65% of the world’s population are affected by a Lactose intolerance. Rebel Kitchen are making sure that they don’t miss out, with the first dairy alternative that tastes just like real milk.
Vegan Tshirt Collection
Here are some of our favourite vegan tshirts from around the web! We’ll keep adding to the list so let us know if you find a great one that we should feature. Click on the photos for more info.
Weddings are wonderful but can generate a lot of waste. We’ve put together some tips to make your big day as green as possible. This is the day when it literally is all about you. You’ll want to make you wedding reflect your style, personality, and beliefs as a couple.
In the 1920s Canadian nurse Rene (pronounced ‘Reen’) Caisse developed a herbal remedy that is believed to have a positive remedial action on cancer, and is also reputed to ease the effects associated with conventional chemotherapy treatment. The Canadian nurse named the formula essiac, which is a reversal of her surname. It is made by blending four commonly available herbs; Sheep sorrel (Rumux acetosella), Burdock (Arctium lappa), Slippery elm bark (Ulmus rubra) and Turkey rhubarb (Rheum polmatum) into a decoction. Rene opened a cancer clinic and treated hundreds of people that had been given up on by conventional medicine as terminally ill. At one point, she even took on the Canadian government for the right to do so. Her results were sometimes outstanding and, although she never claimed essiac was a cure for cancer, many of her patients did. Despite the wealth of anecdotal evidence supporting essiac as a remedy for cancer, it is alarming that a clinical trial has not yet been performed. Is this because at trade prices a year’s supply only costs £3.72?
Hypertension can bring a lot of problems to a person. Therefore, many people try not to delay with the beginning of treatment and head into the drugstore, completely forgetting that nature took care of their problem in advance. Using herbs to help lower blood pressure is a natural and practical solution to the problem.
When it comes to nutrition for health, food is undoubtedly the ideal source of nutrients. However, there are some situations where your diet alone cannot provide enough of a particular nutrient. Vegetarianism or veganism is one such situation that can be extremely beneficial for wellbeing, but can also benefit from an extra helping hand from a few quality supplements.
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