LOS ANGELES, CA, December 31, 2017 — New Year's is a time of resolutions and making the promise to yourself that this year will be better than the last. However, this year, you will see the focus in health trends shift away from rigorous workouts and unhealthy dieting and you will see a bigger focus put on mental well being, environmental care and plant based diets. One of the biggest health trends of 2018 is expected to be a big increase in plant based, vegan diets. Vegan diets can benefit more than just the animals. Keeping a vegan diet can help you lose weight, lower your chances of developing heart disease and can protect the environment. Continue reading to learn more about one of the hottest health trends of 2018.
Studies have shown that vegans generally have lower body mass indexes than those who are not vegan. One study found that people keeping to a strict vegan diet for a trial period of eighteen weeks lost ten more pounds than those who did not switch to a vegan diet. Vegan diets tend to be high in fiber and incorporate more fruits and vegetables. Both of these factors can help create the calorie deficit you need in order to lose weight. However, before starting a vegan diet you should talk to your doctor to make sure you're not deficient in any vitamins or nutrients. Many vegans find that they will need to supplement their diet. To learn more about how to know which supplements are safe and right for you check out scams reviews research verified review.
Eating animal based foods loads your body up with Estrogen which can impact how your body responds to hormones. Women who have gone vegan reported experiencing lighter and shorter periods and had fewer period cramps. Healthy vegan foods are also believed to have anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce bloat and cramps during a period.
It has been found that 18% of dangerous greenhouse gas emissions in our air can be attributed to the livestock sector including chicken, pigs and cows. Furthermore, livestock is estimated to be responsible for 64% of anthropogenic ammonia emissions. The manure produced by factory farms produces billions of pound of manure which is then dumped into lakes, rivers and can end up in your drinking water. Going vegan has more benefits for the environment than cutting out your car. If one person switched their regular car to a hybrid they would reduce carbon dioxide emission by one ton every year. One person going vegan can reduce carbon dioxide emissions by one and a half tons a year. It is estimated that it takes more than 2,400 gallons of water to produce a single pound of meat. Producing one pound of wheat only takes 25 gallons of water. A vegan diet translates to 300 gallons of water a day as opposed to a meat diet which require more than 4,000 gallons of water a day. Needless, to say one person going vegan can make a big difference in the environment.
2018 is going to bring a new haul of health trends, going vegan being one of them. This year even if you find it hard committing to a fully plant-based diet, try taking baby steps to make the transition to improving your and the environment's health easier.
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