Buddha bowl salad with avocado, tomato, lettuce, cucumber, red cabbage, chickpeas,  almonds, carrots, yellow pepper, radish and pomegranate. January is also referred to as Veganuary, when many people switch to a whole food plant-based diet. Photo: Shutterstock
Buddha bowl salad with avocado, tomato, lettuce, cucumber, red cabbage, chickpeas, almonds, carrots, yellow pepper, radish and pomegranate. January is also referred to as Veganuary, when many people switch to a whole food plant-based diet. Photo: Shutterstock
Wellness

Veganuary: 7 health benefits of adopting a WFPB diet, not just any vegan diet – it gives you more energy and helps prevent cancer, diabetes and heart disease

  • Going vegan is popular in January as people reset for a new year. If you’re doing it for better health and lower weight, a whole food plant-based diet is best
  • Eating more plant foods instead of processed foods lower your risks of developing serious illness, enhances your immune system and boosts your energy level

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Buddha bowl salad with avocado, tomato, lettuce, cucumber, red cabbage, chickpeas,  almonds, carrots, yellow pepper, radish and pomegranate. January is also referred to as Veganuary, when many people switch to a whole food plant-based diet. Photo: Shutterstock
Buddha bowl salad with avocado, tomato, lettuce, cucumber, red cabbage, chickpeas, almonds, carrots, yellow pepper, radish and pomegranate. January is also referred to as Veganuary, when many people switch to a whole food plant-based diet. Photo: Shutterstock
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