Terminology: veganism and vegan diet

Veganism is basically an ethical attitude of man towards animals. Ethical attitude therefore means that man avoids actions (as much as possible and practical) that would directly or indirectly harm animals. Choosing food products that do not contain animal products. He does not buy leather footwear and clothing, fur, wool and products tested on animals. On the planet, most animals in human hands suffer from our diet, so vegans eat vegan. Vegan eating is a form of vegetarianism that does not contain any animal products (meat, milk, eggs, honey, gelatin…).

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    1. To much protein is not good. I never see someone that has problem because proteins . Fibers are more important then proteins

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