Plant Proteins: the secret to Eternal Youth

A recent study showed that (we’re going to get a bit science-y here) for every 3% increase in calories from plant protein, the risk of death was reduced by 10%. PLUS, you’d get a 12% lower risk of death from heart disease. *

You can pretty much tell how much we are passionate about Veganism. I mean, we’re an all-vegan beauty empire!

And if you’ve made the step to a Vegan diet then yay, bonus points for you! Because you’re now on your way to an enriched, happier and healthier lifestyle.

But diet is not the only thing you’ve got to change. You’ve got to switch up your beauty regimen.

Our skin absorbs 60% of the ingredients we put on our skin – yes, you read that right, 60%! So why on earth would you want to put any nasties onto (and then into) your skin, when you’re making all this amazing effort? That’s where we come in – our whole entire range is all natural and Vegan Society improved. We don’t test on animals and we source ingredients from the tropics to the depths of the sea, so you’re pretty much a green goddess.

But if you are still eating meat and dairy products, that’s okay, we don’t judge you.

Whilst it might be difficult for us to drag you away from your burgers, did you know that if you get your protein from veggies, you’ll be granted a longer life?

Pretty amazing, right?
The bad news for the meat eaters out there is that increasing the animal protein share of calories by 10% led to a 2% higher risk of death and a 8% greater chance of dying from a heart problem.
That burger is starting to look unappetizing, isn’t it?
So if you want to drop the bacon and cheese ASAP, you’re probably freaking out about where you’re going to get your protein from…

Don’t worry, Vegan food isn’t all about salad leaves! You can get still get tons of protein from all-natural foods like cereals, nuts, lentils, soya and bread.

So now that you’ve joined the Vegan side, you can rest assured that you’re doing a lot for the planet, the welfare of animals AND your body.

We think that’s pretty amazing.
*Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-36942221