About Vegan.com

Vegan.com offers the Internet’s most comprehensive and accurate source of vegan information on every topic, with expanding coverage and updates happening every week. All our key content is easy to find, as it fills the bulk of our front page. For more specialized content, check out our page devoted to lifestyle guides. And if you still can’t find what you’re looking for, our vegan info directory contains every single reference page we’ve published.

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Why Choose Vegan?

A vegan lifestyle prevents a tremendous amount of animal slaughter and suffering. It offers a potent way to shrink our environmental footprint, especially in regard to climate change. And a well-planned vegan diet can fuel the highest levels of fitness, while reducing our risk of various chronic diseases. Plus, the food is insanely delicious and it becomes more widely available every year.

Compassionate Food Choices

If you’re already thinking about going vegan, reading a book or two on the topic may well seal the deal. Plus, there’s no better time than right at the very start of your transition to become deeply informed about food politics. Be wary about what you read, since unreliable pro-vegan and anti-vegan information abounds. The following books offer excellent and authoritative research on the topics of factory farming, food politics, and vegan lifestyles.

Best Selling Vegan Books:

But I Could Never Go Vegan!: 125 Recipes That Prove You Can Live…

We Are the Weather: Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast…

Project Animal Farm: An Accidental Journey into the Secret World of Farming…

Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat: Why It’s So Hard to Think…

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How to Go Vegan: Key Info & Essential Advice

Switching to a vegan diet is easier than you would ever expect—just a little reading puts you halfway there. Let’s begin by looking at how to construct a smart overall approach. The most obvious way to become vegan is to focus on eliminating animal products from your diet.

Becoming Vegan

The arguments for becoming vegan, or at least moving in that direction, are so compelling that there’s never a reason to exaggerate the truth. If we’re ever going to have a compassionate and sustainable world where food production is concerned, it’ll be brought about by well-informed high integrity people who insist on taking the moral high road.
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Farm Animal Sanctuary Directory: Visit Shelters Worldwide

Farm animal sanctuaries are safe havens for animals who have endured the victimization of factory farming. Visiting a sanctuary is an absolute must for anyone truly devoted to animal protection. The opportunity to meet a cow face-to-face or rub the belly of a pig is an incredibly moving experience.Very few animals trapped in factory farms and our food system ever experience freedom…


Vegan Nonprofits worthy of your support

When donating money for farmed animal protection, it’s wise to prioritize groups that work to encourage large-scale reduction of animal products–whether through vegan education or through undercover expose’s that garner widespread media attention. It’s likewise prudent to research executive compensation packages, as well as the percentage of donations that are allocated to programs rather than to fundraising.


“Diets built primarily on plant foods are associated with lower cholesterol levels and reduced risk for type-2 diabetes. Plant foods also contain numerous compounds that have anti-cancer properties.”
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