Are you curious which of your favorite celebrities are vegan? Nowadays, celebrities will try just about any diet craze, no matter how drastic. Others stick to the well-known favorites such as vegetarianism and veganism. Motives for going vegan are likely more diverse than you might suspect: some transition to this lifestyle because meat or dairy don't agree with them, others to fight against animal cruelty or factory farming. Most vegans state that their health has improved greatly since they made the switch. Below is a list of celebrities who are vegan, as well as the reasons that many of them became vegan and what it has done for their life. Vegan diets have been shown to promote weight loss and improve the complexion.
Imagine yourself standing on on the bank of a calmly flowing river, your mind clear, your body moving with grace and purpose through the space around you. Feel more relaxed already? If you’ve never tried the ancient practice of tai chi, maybe it’s time to begin. Some call it “meditation in motion”, while the Harvard Women’s Health Watch calls it “medication in motion,” but whatever your spiritual and physical state, chances are the low-impact, slow motion exercises of tai chi can improve them. It’s not just for your grandma, either; many young people enjoy the way that tai chi helps them slow down their frantic pace long enough to be mindful of the beauty around them. Here are some of the best reasons to try this ancient practice and find greater peace each day.
Within the bodybuilding culture, falsehoods and misinformation exist for both sexes, but there are some weightlifting myths for women specifically. Should women lift? Will they be seen as masculine? If women drink a gainer protein shake will she bulk up? Why are some women leery of the weight room? Many women say ‘I don’t want to look like those women in the muscle magazines, that is why I don’t lift.’ Can females follow the same lifting protocols as males? We hope to demystify weightlifting myths for women that are prevalent among female gym goers. If you have ladies who lift at the same gym you do, you are a female who lifts, or know one who was thinking about starting we hope these weightlifting myths for women helps you sort fact from fiction.
Health crazes are nothing new, and neither are cleanses for that matter. Colon cleanses, juice cleanses, sugar detoxes, fruit detoxes – if you’ve ever read a magazine, watched TV, or scoured the Internet, than you’ve heard these names before. But what exactly are they and do they actually work?
When I started blogging at twelve, I never thought I could turn a website into a business. My ultimate plan was to inspire other young adults and escape the bullying I was enduring in high school. Making money, hiring employees, and becoming an LLC was not in the books. Neither was putting my entire life on the internet. I realized quickly that my life was no longer a secret and sacred place. Everything I put on the internet was going to be there until I die, and anything I was to say on TV was going to either get me major love or major hate.
Are there any foods you didn’t know were vegan? Vegans are usually a label-reading bunch. There are many relatively well-concealed animal ingredients in seemingly unlikely foods, so most vegans become vigilant perusers of nutrition facts. Less commonly discussed is the reverse of that situation: foods which are actually vegan but which most people think aren’t. Read on to see how many of these foods you didn’t know were vegan.