The vegan lifestyle eschews the use of all animal products. A vegan diet is one that is entirely plant-based. More »

People can follow vegan diets by not eating meat, fish, poultry or other animal products such as eggs, dairy and honey. In order to maintain their health, vegans must eat a variety of products that are nutritionally soun... More »

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When transitioning to a vegan diet, consume enough protein, and create a diet plan revolving around necessary nutrients. Remove all meat and dairy products from the home, and purchase a vegan cookbook for ideas on substi... More »

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To become a vegan, avoid all animal products when cooking, use vegan substitutes, and supplement your diet if necessary. Educate yourself about living a vegan lifestyle, and determine the extent to which you plan to avoi... More »

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Fresh foods like fruits, vegetables and animal products contain low levels of formaldehyde due to its use as a pesticide and fumigant. Many preserved and fermented foods also contain low levels of formaldehyde for the sa... More »

Myasthenia gravis sufferers do not need to adhere to either a gluten-free or vegan diet. Doctors advise that those with myasthenia gravis maintain a healthy, varied diet as much as possible. More »

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The use of saturated fats such as coconut oil in the diet is disputed in the health and medical community. According to WebMD, coconut oil raises bad cholesterol levels and should be avoided, along with other tropical oi... More »

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