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“Why am I so angry? Why do I want to hurt the people I love?”

I’ve been a vegan for the past three years.

I’ve learned to live without the meat and dairy products that I once considered the core of my diet, but my friends and family continue to insist on eating meat, so I’m happy to finally say that I’m vegan.

But it’s not a quick transition.

There are a lot of misconceptions about vegans.

They’re lazy and selfish.

They believe they are better than humans.

They think that it’s okay to eat animals because they’re so farmed.

They just don’t want to do the hard work of eating vegan.

I’m going to share with you some of the common myths and misconceptions that vegans have about being vegan.

1.

You need to eat meat to be vegan.

This is so offensive to so many vegans who are so used to living a simple, ethical lifestyle.

Why do you need to put yourself in the shoes of a person who is eating a whole meal of meat to become vegan?

This is such a false assumption that it can even make you feel bad.

The truth is that if you are vegetarian, you are a vegan.

Vegetarians do not need to sacrifice their bodies for a living, even if that means sacrificing animal products.

2.

You don’t have to eat vegetables.

Some vegans will tell you that if they don’t eat meat, they will die.

This can be especially frustrating because they don and often don’t even know it.

They are often unaware that most people in the US do not consider vegetables to be vegetables, and some vegans are so adamant that they won’t eat vegetables that they’ll even go as far as eating their vegetables as meat.

If you don’t live in a state that requires vegans to be vegetarian, or have ever wondered why your state doesn’t mandate a vegan diet, it’s because most states do not.

In fact, most people would agree that vegans have a lower mortality rate than non-vegans.

The main reason for this is that most of the vegans in the United States are vegetarians, and vegetarians don’t die at all.

3.

Vegans need to get a lot more exercise.

As I said earlier, vegans don’t need to be in the gym for a whole day.

That is not the point.

The point is to do a lot, but not to be so much that you become obese.

The most common way to lose weight is through a diet of whole grains and fruits and vegetables, but vegans can do even more by incorporating cardio into their lifestyle.

Vegers can get to a point where they are able to do 5 to 10 minutes of cardio a day, which is enough to burn off some of their fat.

You can do that by doing a 30-minute walk a day.

4.

Vegos are lazy.

Most vegans assume that people who are vegans aren’t as active as they are.

This isn’t true.

The average veg is active for about half of their working hours, so a full-time, full-season vegan should be active for a few hours a day if they are doing everything they can to stay in shape.

Some people also think that a vegan should eat meat for health reasons.

That’s a myth.

Veggans don.ve,vegos are not vegetarians.

They eat mostly plant foods.

They don’t take in any animal products, and they are not forced to be a vegetarian.

They can eat meat if they choose.

5.

You must be a plant eater to be an active vegan.

There is no such thing as a plant-based diet.

People who say this are usually vegans that have never really been able to find a vegan lifestyle that’s not strictly based on meat.

In reality, most vegans eat plant foods, and the ones that don’t are mostly plant-eaters.

If a vegan is trying to become an active veg, he or she needs to learn how to enjoy a whole plant-centered diet.

For example, the health benefits of eating more fruits and veggies and plant-rich foods are well known, and you can find plant-friendly products that have been clinically tested for their health benefits on Amazon.

These foods include avocados, pumpkin seeds, spinach, cabbage, broccoli, kale, broccoli florets, spinach sprouts, beans, lentils, peas, nuts, seeds, beans and tofu.

6.

Vegan diets are only vegan if you follow a strict vegetarian diet.

There isn’t a vegan food that has no animal products in it.

There’s no meat, and there’s no dairy, sugar, or salt.

Vegan diets are based on the health of a plant.

7.

Vegan foods are more expensive than regular foods.

There aren’t a ton of vegan products on the market, and most vegan products are processed with chemicals.

They use a lot less water, and many of them use a plant