Vitamin B12 and the Vegan Diet

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Vitamin B12 is required for a variety of bodily functions ranging from the formation of red blood cells, to the creation of DNA and other nervous functionality. In nature, B12 is generally found in animal products, such as fish, meat, eggs and dairy products, and therefore is a cause of concern for those on a vegetarian or vegan diet. …read more

Top 5 Vegan Milk Alternatives

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Being on a vegan diet doesn’t meant that you have to miss out on the awesome ‘creaminess’ of milk. There’s a huge variety of non-diary milks out there, some of which are now easily accessible from your local supermarket! …read more

Bones In My Sugar

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Sugar is carbohydrate that is found in plants and fruits. Once the juice is extracted from a plant, it needs to be processed to remove any impurities, such as colouring and minerals. In some instances, the manufacturer will use bone char. …read more

Poisonous Armpits

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Are antiperspirants actually toxic for our body? Is there any truth behind the links between aluminium and diseases such as Alzheimers and cancer? If it is concerning new mums, is it something we should be looking into regardless of whether we are expecting or not? …read more

Top 5 Reasons Not To Be Vegan

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We’ve all heard the excuses that people give when they don’t want to be a vegan. Some of them make us giggle, some of them make us cringe. Here’s our very own Top 5 Reasons Not To Be Vegan (And Why They Don’t Make Sense)! …read more

The Leather Work

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In attempt to bring consumer attention to skins used in fashion, PETA Asia (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) launched their own leather popup store in Bangkok, Thailand. As usual, PETA did it in true style. Watch the video posted below to see some of the customer’s reactions. …read more

The Big Vegan Honey Debate

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A big debate that has been ongoing since the beginning of veganism is the subject of honey. Honey is produced by bees so technically and by definition it is NOT vegan, however, just a quick google search online will come up with many arguments where vegans do allow consumption of honey. …read more

Top 5 Vegan Baking Substitutes

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There’s a huge number of growing resources for vegan friendly cakes and baking recipes, complete with substitutions and methods that make vegan baking an absolute joy. But what if there’s that one favourite recipe you have that isn’t vegan friendly? Or what if you’re short on some ingredients? Now you can make any recipe vegan! We give you the low-down on the top 5 vegan substitutes in baking. …read more