With our Vegan Meal Plans, you stack the odds in your favour. To take maximum advantage of our meal plans, take the time to read the information below.
Veganism is a lifestyle choice to not consume animal products. It is most apparent in a vegan diet which excludes meat, fish, dairy, eggs, and honey, but it can extend to other products, like leather, cosmetics, and even building materials. Many vegans give up animal products as way to stand up for animals right, but veganism is also becoming more popular among environmentalists, since raising animals for consumption has been shown to have a large carbon footprint. However, there are those who simply follow a vegan diet in order to avoid health risks associated with animal products or because they dislike animal products in general.
Absolutely! A vegan diet excludes animal products, but that just means there’s more room for fruit, vegetables, legumes, nuts, and grains. Without help though, it can be difficult to know if you’re eating the right foods in the right amounts and combinations. That’s why all of SOSCuisine’s meal plans are based on the Mediterranean Diet and adhere to the latest nutritional recommendations. Our team of registered dietitians composes personalised, varied, and balanced weekly meal plans to ensure that all your nutritional needs are met, even with vegan restrictions.
In general, animal products are any products that are derived or made from animals. This includes meat, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy, gelatin, and sometimes honey. Our meal plans exclude all categories of animal products.
While our meal plans emphasise homemade, fresh ingredients wherever possible, it is important to know that many artifical flavours and colours as well as preservatives can be derived from animals in some way. Therefore, it is important to purchase items that are explicitly labelled vegan to ensure that you are not consuming any animal products.
Absolutely! With alternative grains and flours becoming more mainstream, it’s easier than ever to follow a gluten-free diet whether you’re vegan or not.
The most recent recommendations (references) for veganism consist of 50 nutritional targets that must be attained day after day, so as to ensure optimal health and a deficiency-free diet, despite the exclusion of meat, poultry, fish, seafood, dairy, eggs and honey.
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