The philosophy of vegan life rejects any food or good of consumption obtained through animal exploitation. In Brazil the demand for vegan products is growing a lot, whether for religious reasons, animal protection, or the search for quality of life, more and more people are sticking to veganism,
The adept of this diet needs a rich diet and balancing with legumes, seeds, fruits, vegetables and grains. In this way, the individual is less likely to develop heart disease, diabetes, cancer, obesity, and gastrointestinal problems, reports Vininha F. Carvalho, editor of the Ecotour News Magazine (www.revistaecotour.tur.br).
Already thought to try more raw food? This is the idea of living food, which offers prices for raw, uncooked organic food that is in its natural state without being processed or refined. It is based on the concept that high temperatures destroy nutrients and phytochemicals that are fundamental to health. It is also possible to bring germinated grains and fresh and dried fruit into the meals.
The presence of dogs and cats in Brazilian households is increasing every year. A study by the Brazilian Institute for Geography and Statistics (BIM) in collaboration with the Brazilian Association of Pet Products Industry (Abinpet) showed that Brazil is the second largest population in the world with 22.1 million cats and 52 , 2 million dogs. It is common for vegetarians or vegans to expand their food into pets.
But even in this universe with expressive figures, with more than R $ 20 billion in Brazil, the country offers rare options of vegetarian or vegan food. Although dogs and cats are seen as carnivorous animals, the supply of fiber sources in the diet, especially dogs, is a fairly general procedure. This is due to the fact that the fibers work effectively in the digestive process and contribute to the welfare of the animal.
The approach to pets, which accompany the routine of scarce physical activities, sedentary lifestyle and excess calories from their teachers, contributes to an increasingly common nutritional disease: obesity. It is estimated that about 20% of Brazilian dogs are recommended for overweight. The nutritional needs of dogs and cats can be fully met with a special diet without meat and balanced, emphasizes Vininha F. Carvalho.
Vegetable nutrition has excellent assimilation and a high degree of digestibility and is indicated for all sizes of dogs and cats. In view of this, it is useful to incorporate foods that are 100% formulated with vegetable ingredients into the normal diet of the animals, as long as they respect the nutritional requirements and bring in their composition the amino acids, vitamins and adequate energy sources, thus making the control possible.
The choice of food depends on the ingredients it produces with rice, maize, yeast, flax meal, beets and the association with omegas (3 and 6), pre- and probiotics, which influence the functioning of the intestinal flora, amino acids. and improve vitamins, ensure complete food for the animal.
Below are the most important foods that should not be missing from the menu of those who consume nothing of animal origin. View it:
Soy is a source of lean proteins and has several health benefits, including the reduction of bad cholesterol. This food is rich in folic acid, calcium, magnesium, zinc and vitamin K.
In addition to containing various nutrients that are beneficial to our body, tomato is a source rich in vitamin C and A [
Beans are rich in complex carbohydrates and also contain abundant vitamins, iron and antioxidants.
– Chia and linseed:
These two seeds are good sources of fiber and vegetable protein. Mushrooms:
Mushrooms are rich in protein and an excellent choice to replace the meat, as well as nutrients that stimulate the body's metabolism. It also contains omega-3 fatty acids that help control blood pressure and cholesterol
development of the immune system.
– Dark green vegetables
They are rich in water and fiber and contribute to a better absorption of the protein in other foods.
To follow this path well, a nutritionist, who can lead the change according to the specific needs of each person's body.
Remember: 4 October is the national holiday for adopting an animal
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