For vegan chef and long-distance runner Iris Mak, more energy, improved digestion and better sleep are her favourite side effects of going plant-based. Photo: Jonathan Wong For vegan chef and long-distance runner Iris Mak, more energy, improved digestion and better sleep are her favourite side effects of going plant-based. Photo: Jonathan Wong
For vegan chef and long-distance runner Iris Mak, more energy, improved digestion and better sleep are her favourite side effects of going plant-based. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Wellness

How to go vegan: six influencer’s tips on plant-based mistakes they made and how to avoid them

  • From athletes and models to restaurateurs, we ask popular proponents of plant-based eating to share tips on getting the most benefits from the switch
  • Mistakes they made include not planning ahead, consuming too much protein and eating too many processed meat substitutes

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For vegan chef and long-distance runner Iris Mak, more energy, improved digestion and better sleep are her favourite side effects of going plant-based. Photo: Jonathan Wong For vegan chef and long-distance runner Iris Mak, more energy, improved digestion and better sleep are her favourite side effects of going plant-based. Photo: Jonathan Wong
For vegan chef and long-distance runner Iris Mak, more energy, improved digestion and better sleep are her favourite side effects of going plant-based. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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