Sorry everyone, please just ignore this post as long as you aren’t called Nathan G. and live in Texas.
Dear friend, I know you got in touch with me last time over this website. Therefor, I hope you read the post and e-mail me, because your e-mail isn’t working again. I can’t reply and do not have your phone number as I lost all my contacts when I got my new phone.
Your friend, Desi xx
‘Don’t you miss eating cheese and cereals with milk? Cheese is so good!’ Yes, cheese is epic. But have you ever thought of how cheese is produced nowadays and what it is? It is an artificially inseminated mammal’s secretion that has been sucked out of her teats after forcefully separating it from her baby. And it was clearly not meant for you.
Continue reading A life in pregnancy: The truth about milk
A vegan diet can be healthy – if done right. Sophie Gayer (25), a BDA Registered Dietitian from Lincoln, explains what you have to pay attention to when you go vegan and what makes a healthy and balanced vegan diet.
Continue reading How healthy is a vegan diet really?
year tons of plastic packaging, bottles, and foil end up in the ocean and the
rivers – amongst them microplastics. We know about its disastrous impact on
marine wildlife and the ecosystem. But only a few people are aware of the major
sources of microfibre pollution: our clothes.
Continue reading Plastic pollution: Why our clothes are polluting the oceans
At the beginning of December, my flatmate casually asked me whether I would drop the rules of my vegan diet for Christmas. At that time, we were planning a small Christmas feast with our flat. That question honestly made me puzzled. It is not like I am on a diet – I wouldn’t even claim that veganism is especially healthy. For me veganism is more than just nutrition, it is a lifestyle.
Continue reading Myths about being vegan: Veganism is not a diet, it is a lifestyle
This Christmas might be your first bigger celebration with non-vegan
friends and family, especially when you are more or less new to veganism.
Believe me, they feel as insecure as you might do, because they do not know
what you can eat. Help them out with patience and some simple vegan food hacks.
Continue reading A vegan’s holiday survival guide: Support and vegan food hacks
As soon as you go vegan, everyone around you seems to become a nutritionist. They know what is best for you and your vegan diet is most likely a big part of the dinner table conversation – as if a big family gathering isn’t though enough. Here is a short guide on how to navigate the holidays trying to avoid as many inconveniences as possible.
Continue reading A vegan’s holiday survival guide: How to deal with your relatives at the dinner table
After living pescatarian (not eating meat, but fish) and then vegetarian for the past four years, it might not seem surprising that I now embrace a vegan lifestyle. But it is surprising – people who know me know that cheese and I had a very special relationship. Me going vegan, however, had a great impact on me of course but also on my friends and family, who took my newly made decision with a lot of gasps and sighs. I even got some condolences offered.
Continue reading Suddenly vegan: How veganism influences me, my friends and my family