Benefits of vegan foods

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At DeliverLean we are committed to providing a variety of different options to our clients. Whether you are eating red meat, limiting your animal proteins to seafood or keeping to a strictly vegan lifestyle, we all can agree that eating your fruits and vegetables is highly beneficial for the body. Here are our top 5 reasons why we love vegetarian foods:
 
1. Vegan foods don’t have any cholesterol. All fruits and vegetables are naturally cholesterol free, so they won’t clog the arteries. On the contrary, the fiber in fruits and vegetables will help cleanse the body as well.
 
2. Fruits and vegetables are the easily digestible foods, meaning they won’t get stuck in the colon or make you feel full. If you want to feel thin and light, try incorporating more fruits and vegetables in your diet and reducing animal proteins.
 
3. Vegan foods promote health and happiness not only for the body but also for the planet. Conventional animal farming takes a big toll on the environment and by simply eating vegetarian meals you will decrease your carbon footprint.
 
4. Fruits and vegetables give us the vitamins and antioxidants that animal proteins don’t have. In order to survive and thrive, our bodies need vitamins and antioxidants to fight off the free radicals. Plant-based foods provide a plethora of the phytonutrients our bodies need.
 
5. Fruits and vegetables can help us decrease cravings for many foods. For example, whole grains such as rice, millet, quinoa, buckwheat, oats and oatmeal can provide the body with good complex carbohydrates and help your body stop craving junk food.
 
If you want to experience the benefits of vegetarian foods, try our vegetarian meals. You can also combine them with animal-protein ones to fit your individual needs. 

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