Veganism was under great controversy for a long time, which is why vegan food was hard to find in the market. As research elucidates the various health benefits that vegan food offers, there is a shift in the market shelves’ stock as now they contain meals like vegan burgers. However, veganism is not the equivalent of healthy food, informs Professor Eric Rimm, a teacher at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in the department of epidemiology and nutrition. A health-driven person has to make healthier choices even while being a vegan. A diet devoid of animal and dairy products means having less chance of cardiovascular issues and diabetes, evidence suggests. Vegan food, therefore, offers various avenues to make healthier choices.
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