Someone is spreading nasty rumors. There as so many stereotypes or myths about Vegans and the Vegan diet that are simply far-fetched. And although some are quite entertaining, they also serve as a hinderance for those who are seriously considering adopting a plant-based diet. If you’re on the fence about transitioning, perhaps a little clarification is in order.
Check out the common myths.
Once you’re done, scroll down to check out the link to an insightful interview that Mens Journal featured about filmmaker, and fellow Vegan James Cameron. Cameron explains his reasons for going Vegan and how the decision has affected him and his family.
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20 Vegan Myths…
Vegans Are Skinny
Vegans Don’t Get Enough Protein
Vegans Think They Are Superior Beings
Veganism is a Quick Fix For Weight Loss
Vegans Don’t Get Enough Calcium
A Vegan Diet Will Leave You Unsatisfied
Vegans Hate Meat-Eaters
Vegans Are Iron-Deficient
Vegans Only Eat Rabbit Food
Vegans Are Physically Weak
A Vegan Diet Will Leave You Tired
Vegan Food Tastes Bad
Vegans Have Nothing to Eat
Veganism is Not Budget-Friendly
Vegans Don’t Have Muscles
Vegans Are Mal-nourished
Vegans Can’t Get Fat
Vegans Are Nutritionally Hard to Please
All Vegans Are Healthier than Non-Vegans
Vegans Can’t Eat at Non-Vegan Restaurants
Have you heard of any Vegan myths or stereotypes you would like to share? Please do so.
Click here to check out this interview with famous filmmaker, James Cameron – the man behind movies like Avatar, Aliens, and The Terminator franchise.