Animal Nepal launches The Vegan Challenge


Are you thinking about joining our Vegan Challenge?

Congratulations! You just took an important first step towards trying a plant-based diet! Because ‘a thought’ is what it takes to become a vegan. And if you’re thinking that it’s impossible to live without animal products, let us tell you a secret. Going vegan is not as hard as you think it is.  And we promise that you are going to feel healthier, lighter and happier than ever. This decision will not only have a positive effect on you but on many other lives as well.

Millions of people today are taking an important step to improve their health and minimize animal cruelty by choosing to go vegan. But what exactly is Veganism?

The primary differences between a vegan and a vegetarian is the avoidance of both eggs and dairy products such as milk, cheese, butter and yoghurt. Vegans do not consume dairy or eggs because they state that their production causes animal suffering.

People also choose to go vegan for many other reasons like health and environmental reasons. Many vegans choose this lifestyle to promote a more humane and caring world. They know they are not perfect, but believe they have a responsibility to try to do their best, while not being judgmental of others.

Our 30 Days Vegan challenge will help you switch to a vegan lifestyle as well as learn more about the benefits of a plant-based diet and vegan living. You’ll receive all required tips and instructions including lots of healthy and easy vegan recipes.

So what are you waiting for? Follow the link to take our 30 days vegan challenge now and get ready to uncover the countless benefits of vegan lifestyle.

For lots more features on a vegan lifestyle, please explore our Animal Nepal_Vegan_Lifestyle_Booklet

For more tips on switching to plant-based nutrition, make sure to browse Animal Nepal’s Go Veg Nepal page 

Please note that:

  • Our vegan challenge is intended for people who aren’t vegan but are curious about veganism or those who may have attempted it before and wish to try again in a more determined manner.
  • Its also useful for vegans for getting inspired and to encourage others who take our challenge with your advice and experience.
  • Do not panic if you intentionally or unintentionally consumed a bit of dairy! That’s totally normal. It happens to even the most careful vegans.
  • Please feel free to ask us any questions relating to veganism through email or Facebook message. Your questions may include nutrition advice, recipes or any curiosities relating to vegan lifestyle.

We like to thank The Vegan Society and Compassionate Lifestyle India for inspiring us. 

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