Why the ‘one day at a time’ approach?

Veganism is a lifestyle that avoids all animal products, including meat, eggs, dairy, honey and leather, for ethical, environmental or health reasons. Vegans believe that animals are sentient beings who have their own interests and emotions, and deserve respect and dignity. Vegans also believe that veganism is beneficial for their own well-being and for the planet.

But what if you are not ready to commit to veganism for life? What if you are curious about what it's like to eat vegan food? What if you want to challenge yourself and try something new? Well, you can try a vegan diet for one day and see how it feels.  

Trying a vegan diet for one day can have many benefits. For example, you can:

  1. Discover new and delicious plant-based foods and recipes that you may not have tried before. India has a rich and diverse cuisine that offers many vegan options, such as dal, sabzi, roti, dosa, idli, biryani and more. You can also experiment with international vegan dishes, such as pasta, pizza, burgers, salads and desserts.

  2. Learn more about the ethical, environmental and health issues related to animal agriculture and consumption. India is the largest milk producer in the world and also has a growing demand for meat and eggs. This has a huge impact on the animals who are exploited and killed for human consumption, as well as on the environment and human health. By avoiding animal products for one day, you can reduce your contribution to this suffering and damage.

  3. Reduce your carbon footprint and water usage by avoiding animal products that require more resources and emit more greenhouse gases than plant foods. According to a study by Oxford University, going vegan can reduce your food-related carbon footprint by up to 73%. It can also save up to 15,000 litres of water per day.

  4. Give your body a break from animal products that may contain hormones, antibiotics, cholesterol and saturated fat. These substances can increase your risk of various diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer. By eating plant-based foods, you can nourish your body with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fibre that can boost your immunity and energy levels.

  5. Show compassion and kindness to animals who suffer and die for human consumption. Many religions and traditions in India promote the value of ahimsa (non-violence) towards all living beings. By following a vegan diet for one day, you can practice ahimsa and respect the rights of animals.


Trying a vegan diet for one day can also be fun and easy. You can find many vegan options in supermarkets, restaurants and online platforms. You can also get support and inspiration from other vegans or vegan-friendly communities.

Experimenting with vegan diet for one day can be a rewarding and eye-opening experience. You may even decide to extend it to a week, a month or longer. But even if you don't, you can still make a positive difference by reducing your animal product consumption as much as possible. 🌱

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