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Healthy sources of fat! 🙌🏻 – Just because you're not consuming animal products, doesn't mean you're missing out on healthy fats. 💁🏻‍♀️ – Our bodies thrive on healthy fats for growth, development and function. They help maintain healthy skin, tissue nerves, the brain and help you absorb fat soluble vitamins including A, D, E & K.🌱 – Although you don't want to overdue it, eating the sources above on a daily basis are an easy way to get your healthy fats in!🎉 – What's your favourite vegan fat source?🤔 . . . #vegetarian #vegetarianrecipes #veganweightloss #veganmealprep #cleaneating #glutenfree #healthyrecipes #whatveganseat #veganfitfam #veganswholift #plantbaseddiet #mealpreponfleek #healthyfood #veganrecipe #plantbasedrecipe #veganlunch #healthyeating #foodprep #dairyfree #mealplan #veganfoodshare #plantstrong #veganlunch #wholefoods #wfpb #whatveganseat #mealprep #batchcooking #mealprepmonday #wholefoodplantbased

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Smarties Are the Most O.G. Vegan Treat You Can Load the Kiddies Up With This Halloween – One Green Planet

In fact, Smarties have been vegan since its creation nearly 70 years ago and remains proudly vegan today.

Source: Smarties Are the Most O.G. Vegan Treat You Can Load the Kiddies Up With This Halloween – One Green Planet

Awesome New Website Launches to Help Consumers Discover the Animal and Environmental Impact of Food Choices – One Green Planet

As you may already know, a large part of your personal carbon footprint is determined by what kinds of foods you choose to fuel your body with. With this in mind, GRACE Communications Foundation recently released a new website designed to help consumers track their own personal “foodprint.”

Source: Awesome New Website Launches to Help Consumers Discover the Animal and Environmental Impact of Food Choices – One Green Planet

Yikes! Report Finds Top Burger Chains Fail Antibiotic Test – Here’s How You Can Make a Difference to Fight Superbugs – One Green PlanetIf you need another reason to switch to a Whole Food Plant Based Diet, here it is.

The report, which was conducted and authored by researchers from various public-interest organizations, gave “failing grades” to 22 of the 25 U.S. fast-food companies after analyzing the following factors: whether each company had a policy regarding antibiotic use in their beef and, if so, how the policy was implemented and how transparent it was.

Source: Yikes! Report Finds Top Burger Chains Fail Antibiotic Test – Here’s How You Can Make a Difference to Fight Superbugs – One Green Planet