Feel Pro Vegan Collagen Review
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by Gill Birch
2M ago
I tested Feel Pro Vegan Collagen for a month. In this detailed and honest review, I’ll give you all the info to help you decide whether this is the right collagen for you to buy… Pro Collagen is a drink advertised as “the world’s first vegan collagen”. So, here at Choose Veganism, we were really excited to get our hands on their product to give it a try! It is advertised by over 100 nutritional experts and boasts a range of benefits such as: Increased collagen production Wrinkle reduction Improves skin elasticity Hydrates skin Supports hair & nail growth Additionally, 80% of users in a ..read more
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Is Chip Shop Curry Sauce Vegan?
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by Jenni
5M ago
As a staple cuisine of the United Kingdom, the food of fish and chip shops are super popular. As well as the classic food items served in a chip shop (fish and chips, obviously!), there are a number of different side orders and condiments available. One of these is, of course, curry sauce. But is chip shop curry sauce vegan? Many items found in a chippy are not vegan. For example, fish is clearly not vegan, but even chips are normally not vegan either! The vegan status of curry sauce is similarly uncertain. To find out whether it is in fact vegan or not, read on and I’ll explain all… Is Chip ..read more
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Are Chip Shop Chips Vegan?
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by Jenni
5M ago
Are Chip Shop Chips Vegan? Fish and chip shops are an iconic part of British culture. With a local ‘chippy’ found in pretty much every town and city, their food is among the most popular in the United Kingdom. But are chip shop chips vegan? Whilst their accompaniment, fish, is quite clearly not vegan, the status of chips is a lot less obvious. To find out the vegan status of chip shop chips, read on and I’ll explain all… Are Chip Shop Chips Vegan? Chips shop chips are NORMALLY NOT vegan, as they are usually cooked and prepared in ingredients which contain animal products. Like all chips, chip ..read more
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This Vegan Skincare Box Is The Perfect Gift!
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by Jenni
8M ago
When searching for a vegan skincare set as a gift for a friend, I really struggled to find something available in the UK. While I found a few boxes with make-up or bath products, I really just wanted something that will help to promote glowing, healthy skin, from the inside out. So, I was lucky enough to collaborate with vegan company Greenbox to create this incredible Vegan Beauty Box. I’m sure you’ll love it as much as I do. Check Latest Price Use discount code CV15 to get 15% off What’s inside? The Vegan Beauty Box has everything you need for your daily skincare routine. Everything insid ..read more
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Can Veganism Help You Reach Your Fitness Goals?
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by Jenni
8M ago
Your diet can affect a lot of aspects of your life. Not only will your energy levels and digestion change based on what kind of food you eat, but you’ll also see a definite effect on your fitness and body. One diet that many people have been leaning toward for the past decade is the plant-based diet, which is the main component of a vegan lifestyle. Veganism as a lifestyle means not using or consuming any kind of animal-based products. This includes all kinds of meat, as well as animal byproducts such as eggs, dairy, and leather.  One concern that athletes have when they are researching ..read more
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Are Books Vegan?
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by Jenni
8M ago
Leather-bound books are wrapped in an animal’s skin, so are obviously not vegan. But what about regular hardback and paperback books? All books are bound together with glue, an adhesive substance that could be made from various things, including the connective tissues of animals. So are books vegan? And what should vegans look out for when buying books? This article explains it all. Are books vegan? The vast majority of books are vegan. At one time, most books were bound in leather using an adhesive made from animals. Nowadays, almost all books are bound using thick paper or faux leather and m ..read more
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Can You Be a Part-Time Vegan?
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by Jenni
8M ago
Becoming a vegan is a huge step for most people and the transition often isn’t straightforwards. Whilst there are some people who wake up one morning, think “I’m going to be vegan” and then never touch a cheese sandwich again, for most people, it’s not that easy. Do you love the idea of becoming a vegan, but worry that it’s too big of a leap to take? What if you want to become ‘mostly vegan’? Is there such a thing as a part-time vegan? This post discusses whether or not it’s okay to say that you’re a ‘part-time vegan’. If you’re struggling with your vegan transition, take a look at the One Mo ..read more
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How to Go Vegan for a Week
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by Jenni
9M ago
There are many ways to go vegan. Some people will go cold turkey, some prefer to ease into it slowly by reducing meat and dairy gradually and others go vegetarian first. One great way to sample veganism is to go vegan for a week. Going vegan for a week is a target that’s easily attainable. Whilst going vegan for a month in January for ‘Veganuary‘, May for ‘No Meat May‘ or any other time for the One Month Vegan Challenge can be a great idea, a month can feel like too big of a commitment for some. Setting yourself a goal of just seven days to focus on eating a vegan diet is short enough that you ..read more
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Why Do People Go Vegan?
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by Jenni
9M ago
There are three broad reasons why people go vegan – for the animals, for their health and for the planet. For most people, it’s one of those reasons which drives them to become vegan, and then they go on to learn more about the other benefits which spur them on to continue with their vegan diet. In this post, I’ll look at the facts behind the main reasons why people go vegan. I’ve also interviewed several vegan bloggers who give their reasons for going vegan. 1. For The Animals Preventing the exploitation of animals is the key factor in many people’s decisions to go vegan. Vegans believe that ..read more
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How To Go Vegan as a Teenager
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by Jenni
9M ago
As the world gradually transitions towards veganism, clued-up teens are often the ones leading the way. As they learn the benefits of a vegan lifestyle on their health, animal welfare and our planet, more and more young people are going vegan. But, becoming vegan can be hard. And anyone who lives with non-vegan parents will have extra challenges to face. This article provides a step-by-step guide to becoming vegan as a teenager. 1. Educate yourself The most important thing to do before you decide to go vegan is to educate yourself. Find out why people go vegan and cement in your brain your own ..read more
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