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VEGAN EATS: NO MEAT MAY

'NO MEAT MAY' IS HERE AGAIN, A CHANCE TO FORGO MEAT + DAIRY FOR A MONTH AND FEEL THE MANY BENEFITS OF GOING VEGAN. GO SANS BEAST - LITERALLY, 'WITHOUT ANIMAL' - FOR MAY + SEE WHAT A DIFFERENCE IT MAKES.

You can sign up to No Meat May for tips, resources + recipes, and you can pledge to forgo meat, or meat + dairy, for the month.  Whether it's for health, environmental or ethical reasons, there's so much to gain when you take animals off your plate.

Improve your health

In 2021, 81% of No Meat May participants indicated their main motivation was to improve their health, and it's easy to see why.  Studies show a vegan lifestyle can reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, cholesterol + some cancers, while it's believed that a diet high in meat - especially processed meats - increases the risk of cancer.

A diet full of vegetables, fruits, wholegrains, seeds + nuts is high in vitamins, nutrients + antioxidants, which are all essential for good physical health. Check out The Gamechangers on Netflix for an in depth look at finding the optimal diet for human performance.  Spoiler alert: it's plant based.

Peanut Butter Bliss Balls by Nutriciously
Closeup of a gorgeous cow, with a tag attached to its ear.  He is looking straight at the camera.

Save the planet

Going vegan is also hugely beneficial for the planet, with an Oxford University study suggesting a vegan diet is the single most impactful lifestyle choice you can make for the environment.  “A vegan diet is probably the single biggest way to reduce your impact on planet Earth, not just greenhouse gases, but global acidification, eutrophication, land use and water use...It is far bigger than cutting down on your flights or buying an electric car,” Joseph Poore, Oxford University 

Save animals by ending factory farming

Around the world, around 50 billion animals are raised for consumption, with two-thirds of these living in factory farms.  You can see just how horrific the lives of animals on factory farms are by checking out Animals Australia, PETA,or Sentient Media.  Joining No Meat May is a decisive step to stop contributing to the suffering of non human animals.

Getting Started in No Meat May

We've rounded up some easy meat-free recipes to get you started for No Meat May.  Some include plant based meat substitutes - our favourite is Fable - while others aren't looking to replicate the taste + texture of meat at all, but simply celebrate the flavours + power of plants.  Start with this useful plant based shopping list from No Meat May and get planning some delicious meals.

 

We believe the arguments for going Sans Beast are compelling - from ethics, to environment to health.  However we're also aware that tradition, upbringing, notions of 'the way we've always done it' + ingrained marketing of the meat + dairy industries are big factors in people's minds.  Trying the No Meat May initiative is an open minded approach that is zero risk - one month out of 12 to walk on the greener + kinder side of life.   Enjoy!

XO,

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VEGAN EATS: NO MEAT MAY