People commit to veganism for a whole assortment of reasons. For some, it’s for better health. For others, it’s to shape a more liveable, sustainable future. One great side effect, no matter the reason for veganism, is weight loss. Veganism often means more vegetables and high fibre foods, things that are usually the basis of diets that aim to promote weight loss.
But what does a healthy vegan diet look like? After all, junk food vegans exist; vegans can eat foods that are technically completely free of animal products, but these foods can still be highly processed and high in things like salt and preservatives. Curving junk food and focusing on whole foods have proven to correlate with weight loss. What’s that exactly?
Below, we’ll dissect what it means to eat a healthy vegan diet that will coincidentally help you shed some unwanted pounds.