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- Climate Crisis
Our Vegan for the Planet guide explains why animal agriculture is so damaging and how changing the way you eat is the single most effective action you can take as an individual to lower your impact on the planet.
- Cows - Dairy
Everyone’s Going Dairy-free gives a stylish shake-up to one of Viva!’s most popular guides, the old How to Be Dairy Free.
It’s a tired old question asked by those who think animal products are the only proper sources of protein. But do vegans fall short? What are the facts? Why do we need protein?
- Vitamin D
Vitamin D is often overlooked, and many people are unaware that deficiency is common in the UK, especially during the winter!
- Chickens - Meat
Chicken has become the most popular choice in the UK, the so-called healthy option – but is it?
- Vegan diets
The health and well-being of our children critically determines their opportunities in life. A healthy diet is vital to reduce the risk of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and many types of cancer. There’s a lot of misinformation around, so is a vegan diet healthy for kids?
Cancer incidence in the UK is ranked higher than 90 per cent of the world! Half of us will be told we have cancer at some point in our lives, and one quarter of us will die from it
Your immune system protects you round-the-clock but what you eat can have a considerable effect. You can make it sharper by eating well and looking after yourself – or you can overload and weaken it.
Achieving a healthy weight isn’t about being thin, it’s about having a healthy body that works well and isn’t held back by inflammation, achy joints, high blood pressure or high blood sugar.
Fish is marketed as a health food that may help protect heart health. However, some experts warn against eating both farmed and wild-caught fish and shellfish.