Candy

Vegan Confectionery: What You Can Eat & Where You Can Buy It

When someone mentions the vegan lifestyle, you probably know right away what it entails. There are foods you cannot eat in order to stay true to that kind of a lifestyle and when you decide to become vegan, it means that you are probably okay with not eating those foods. Yet, one thing rarely crosses people’s minds when this lifestyle is mentioned. I’m talking about sweets. If you have a sweet tooth, then it’s highly unlikely that you will just stop craving candies and similar things once you go vegan. Will you, however, have to give up those kinds of …

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Everyone's Going Vegan

Win a copy of the vegan super pack, perfect for vegan-curious parents

Everywhere, people are asking questions about changing their diet and Vegan Super Pack is here to provide the answers! Everyone’s Going Vegan is an epic FULLY UPDATED magazine that is part of their vegan campaign to change Britain’s eating habits and change the world. The 64 page magazine includes: 13 pages of delicious, mouthwatering recipes Four free pull-out charts: Egg-free replacers, Are you a baby eater?, Calcium-rich sources, What I need to eat each day reminder Interview with actor, Jerome Flynn (Game of Thrones, Ripper Street) Vegan – the best diet, but why? Animal farm – the undercover truth I’m a celebrity – get meat …

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Vegan

Is eating a vegan diet a healthy choice?

Eating a vegan diet is a health trend that does not appear to be going away anytime soon, with many fast food chains now offering vegan options these days. But, are there any real health benefits to following a vegan diet? Vegans don’t eat any red meat, poultry, game, fish, shellfish or crustacea, eggs, dairy or animal by-products (such as gelatine, often found in sweets, desserts and even some alcoholic drinks), which leaves their diet almost completely plant based with their diet consisting of grains, pulses, nuts, seeds, fruit and vegetables. The vegan diet is generally considered to be higher in fibre …

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MadeGood Granola Bars

MadeGood’s Granola Bars – Review

I am always on the look out for tasty treats to put in the kids lunchboxes for school or during swimming gala’s, but often find myself restricted by school dietary rules. Last month I was introduced to a new product which has recently launched here in the UK – MadeGood’s granola bars which are made with dried fruits and whole grains in a facility free from the most common allergens including peanut, tree nut, soy, dairy, egg, fish, shellfish, gluten, and sesame, making them safe for lunchboxes and school. There are currently three flavours available to buy, with Chocolate Banana, Chocolate Chip …

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