In case you didn’t know, Veganuary is a charity, inspiring people to try vegan for January and throughout the rest of the year. Veganism as a lifestyle trend is attracting a lot of attention here in the UK – in comparison with 59,000 people signing up for this challenge last year, this year the numbers are well over 160,000 at the time of writing this article. Terri Walsh, who is a world champion in pole, is one of Veganuary’s ambassadors in 2018 I have been very interested in adopting a plant-based lifestyle for a while but without committing to be…

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Having been inspired by some of the talks at the VegFest event this October, I have started experimenting with a more plant-based lifestyle – I figured I had nothing to lose and this could be an interesting experience, if nothing else. In fact, I have just signed up for the Veganuary challenge for January next year, whereby I will attempt to go vegan for a full month, cutting out all animal foods. Eek. The truth is, after VegFest, I have started making a conscious effort to reduce the amount of animal foods in my diet and substitute them with plant…

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I have recently visited VegFest in London Olympia with my friend Hannah who blogs at She Writes, She Fights. We both have a keen interest in vegan lifestyle and we both have gone through shorter periods of following a vegan diet, so this event seemed to be the perfect opportunity to indulge our ‘veg-curiosity’ (a new word we learnt at the event!) In the UK, veganism is one of the fastest growing lifestyle movements, with some 542,000 people– more than one per cent of the population – who have adopted a plant-based diet, up from 150,000 in 2006. This means…

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