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Go Vegan – It’s Easy!

written by Marlene Watson-Tara August 16, 2018
Go Vegan - It's Easy!

It’s Not Difficult to go Vegan

Going vegan is simply a choice you make. Many people live in their head and overthink the concept of where to begin. It’s easy: Remove all the animal food and replace it with delicious plant-based foods, the choice is yours. You can do it right now.

My Vegan Advocacy Work

Back in the time of Copernicus, most would have thought it impossible if you said that you were going to convince everyone that the Earth revolved around the Sun, rather than the other way around, but it did eventually happen!  So, the past teaches us to have hope for the future. In our 90 years combined teaching, Bill and I have high hope we can all come together and make a better world, a VEGAN WORLD where humans and non-humans alike live in harmony. Success can only be achieved through education, understanding and ultimately action.

We Are All One

When we reflect deeply on our relationship with the outer world, our environment, we realise that we are never independent of its influences. Food is the link between the inside and the outside world. Our Human Ecology Diet is abundant in every vitamin and mineral required for good health, vitality and longevity. Our vision with MACROVegan is to continue to share our passion for a vegan world.

How to Rethink Protein Once and For All 

Protein is a subject that always comes up when discussing veganism. When you think of the biggest animals on the planet, elephants, giraffes, buffalo – these are huge mammals – they don’t eat meat, so where do they get their protein? They eat what grows out of the ground and that is where they get their protein; it’s as simple as that. There are many foods in the plant kingdom that are especially rich in protein. All the legume family, anything that is grown in a pod, lentils, beans, chickpeas, whole grains, are full of protein, and many vegetables are rich in protein, too.

Protein is in Everything

Vegan Athletes Are Renowned For Their Athletic Excellence. 

If you are getting enough calories from whole foods, such as grains, beans, legumes, vegetables, seeds, nuts, and fruits, you will obtain your requirement of protein easily, and in a healthful way. A healthy diet rejects animal products, as well as the highly processed and sugary foods that flood the marketplace.

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