For ethical, environmental, or health reasons, the vegan diet excludes all animal products. Also associated with veganism is opposition to animal exploitation and cruelty.
In addition to eradicating meat, it eliminates dairy, eggs, and products derived from animals, such as gelatin, honey, albumin, whey, casein, and certain forms of vitamin D3.
Veganism is the most stringent form of vegetarianism.
A vegan diet appears to be highly effective for weight loss, often without the need to count calories, as its very low fat and high fiber content may help you feel satiated for longer.
Vegan diets are consistently associated with lower body mass index (BMI) and body weight compared to other diets.
People on a vegan diet lost 9.3 pounds (4.2 kg) more than those on a control diet over the course of one 18-week study.
The vegan group was permitted to consume until they were satisfied, whereas the control group was required to restrict calories.
However, vegan diets are not more effective for weight loss than other diets calorie for calorie.
Plant-based diets are associated with a reduced incidence of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and premature mortality.
Limiting processed meat consumption may also reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease, heart disease, and cancer .
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