Benefits of following a vegan diet.

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Apart from saving animals and having a positive impact on environment, there are a lot of benefits to your health if you follow a vegan diet.
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Helps in weight loss
Following a low-fat plant-based diet helps vegans to be thinner, have lower serum cholesterol, and lower blood pressure, reducing their risk of heart disease.

Reduce acne and get healthier skin
Multiple studies have shown that the root cause of acne is dairy products. Dairy products contain growth hormones and artificial hormones that take a toll on your body’s hormone system.

Boost your energy levels
A vegan diet can help you feel energetic and reduce the sluggish feeling that drains you out and makes you unmotivated and lazy.

According to the World Health Organization, about one-third of all cancers can be prevented by factors within your control, including diet.

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Lower your risk of cancer
A vegan diet can lower your chance of getting certain types of cancer, such as colon cancer. According to the World Health Organization, about one-third of all cancers can be prevented by factors within your control, including diet.

Reduce pain from Arthritis
A few studies have reported that a vegan diet has positive effects on people with different arthritis types. One study randomly assigned 40 arthritic participants to either continue eating their omnivorous diet or switch to a whole-food, plant-based vegan diet for 6 weeks. Those on the vegan diet reported higher energy levels and better general functioning than those who didn’t change their diet.
Two other studies investigated the effects of a probiotic-rich, raw food vegan diet on rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.

Both reported that participants in the vegan group experienced a more significant improvement in symptoms such as pain, joint swelling, and morning stiffness than those who continued their omnivorous diet.
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