Welcome to Vegan 2000 - Lifestyle of the Millennium. Veganism
is a strict form of vegetarianism. A vegan is one who does not consume any
animal products including all dairy products and eggs. Read What
is Veganism for details.
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There are many reasons people are becoming vegan.
Our In Depth section covers all the benefits that come with a vegan lifestyle
such as: health benefits, vitamins/nutrients, physical fitness, treatment of
animals, environmental benefits, and religions reasons.
Did You Know:
MILK ALLERGIES are the most common food allergy in
America. 60% of Americans are allergic to milk.
CATTLE GET DISEASES! Leukemia in dairy cattle is rampant. And cancer viruses are
excreted from the bloodstream of an affected cow and leave cancer particles in
WHAT ABOUT PROTEIN? People all over the world live happy, healthy lives on 18-20
grams of protein a day and are not suffering from the cancer and heart diseases
prolific in America.
A LITTLE FAT WON’T HURT! Excess fat causes the red blood cells to stick
together and reduces their oxygen-carrying capacity. Only a 35% reduction of
oxygen is necessary to produce malignant cells from normal cells. This occurs a
few hours after a heavy-fat meal. 9 to 12 hours are required for the clumping to
begin to reverse and 72 hours for circulation to return to normal. Cancer cells
cannot live in an oxygen rich environment.
SUGAR IS NATURAL SO IT MUST BE OKAY! Yes, but sugar robs the nerves of B
vitamins which are diverted to digest sugar, leaving us nervous and irritable.
Hidden sugar comprises 76% of our sugar intake. About 24% is added in the home.
The remainder is put in processed foods and the beverage industry. Just read any
label at a store. Almost everything has some kind of sugar in it. Sugar also
increases the blood fat levels, and has a mysterious clogging effect on the
body. The sluggishness of the body brought on by too much sugar causes disease.
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