Being vegan is not just a way to protest the abuse of animals in the food industry, but a lifestyle that shapes your view of the world and the way you perceive yourself as well. Yes, it all starts by deciding not to eat meat, eggs and dairy, wear fur or use cosmetics tested on animals, but veganism slowly makes you think differently and act in accordance with its principles. Over the course of time, this reflects on your performance as well and you may start asking yourself if it’s possible to achieve high performance on a non-meat diet. Therefore, here are a couple of nutrition facts and tips for vegan running enthusiasts who wish to achieve great results.
Eat food AND burn fat? Sign me up! Ask the average person about her personal goals, and all too often, there’s one common thread: losing weight. While the reasons are often superficial (after all, who doesn’t want to look good in their swimsuit or summer attire?), the reality is that the benefits of losing weight go far […]