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“The Veganuary Challenge”

New year, new habits… That’s how the “Veganuary” challenge started in the United Kingdom in early 2014, and it continues to gain momentum over the years. Etymologically, the term “Veganuary” comes from the combination of the words vegan and January. It originated from the non-profit organization of the same name, aiming to encourage the public to embrace veganism by changing their dietary habits.

The choice of the month is not random, as January marks the beginning of the year and is the ideal month to set new goals and adopt beneficial habits in our daily lives. The goal of the “Veganuary” movement is not weight loss; instead, it is based on vegan principles that promote environmental protection and population health improvement through a plant-based diet consisting of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and grains.

The health benefits of a vegan diet are well-known, such as promoting heart health, improving kidney function, and reducing blood sugar levels. Additionally, many may not be aware that plant-based foods require fewer water resources for production, and carbon dioxide emissions are significantly lower compared to other foods.

Even if we are not ready for such a drastic change in our daily habits, “Veganuary” is a good opportunity for detoxification from excessive meat consumption and saturated fats that may precede holiday celebrations. If you choose to accept this challenge, pay attention to food combinations to ensure you get all the necessary nutrients for proper bodily function.

Of course, the creators of this idea have provided free recipes, dietary plans, and even coaching emails for everyone interested in smoothly transitioning to this new dietary lifestyle.




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