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Veganuary

January is synonymous with personal challenges; from learning a new language to giving up alcohol for the "dry January".

And of course there are the multi-year changes in diet and lifestyle.

135,000 people are expected to participate in Veganuary this year (up from 59,500 in 2017) who will give up all animal products of the month. Around 60% remain vegan until January.

Supported by some high profile advocates, including Ariana Grande, Ellen DeGeneres and Alicia Silverstone, reducing or eliminating animal products from our diet can have several benefits.

While concerns about animal welfare are perhaps the most common reason for switching to a vegan diet, the potential benefits for the planet have also grown in importance. Animal husbandry is the leading producer of methane gas, which contributes significantly to global warming. Farm animals are believed to be responsible for 18% of global greenhouse gas emissions.

There are also a number of potential health benefits. With some care and consideration, removing animal products can leave a diet rich in vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, and high-quality fats from nuts, seeds, and oils, and less anti-inflammatory foods like cow's milk.

Are you thinking of trying?

Sophie, manager for events and experiences at Pai headquarters, is our point of contact for everything vegan. While veganuary may be an incentive to make a change, she recommends making a slow transition to vegan eating.

Mistakes happen (no matter how careful you are!), So don't worry if you accidentally ate something not as vegan – just make a note next time.

It is also very helpful to join vegan communities like Facebook groups to get inspiration and information for recipes. "

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<p> Try to start breakfast. My favorite recipe and super simple recipe are vegan pancakes. </p>
<p> There are only 1.5 cups of porridge, 1 cup of milk-free milk (soy, rice, almond milk, etc.) and 1 ripe banana. </p>
<p> Simply stir all ingredients smoothly and cook as usual. </p>
<p> It makes a really quick breakfast or dessert – you can also add vanilla flavor if you mix it and top it with strawberries and blueberries. "</p>
<p> If you expand veganism to your skin care and cosmetics, you can be sure that the entire Pai range is certified as vegan by the Vegan Society. </p>
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