These 10 elite athletes are vegan — here’s what made them switch their diet

These 10 elite athletes are vegan — here’s what made them switch their diet

Improving everything from cholesterol and heart rate to concentration and a solid night’s sleep, there seem to be plenty of health benefits to ditching dairy, meat, and eggs. However, one thing that More »

Move Over McDonald’s, The Future Of Fast Food Is Vegan

Move Over McDonald’s, The Future Of Fast Food Is Vegan

The shift towards a healthier and more mindful way of eating is well underway. In the past 10 years the amount of animals killed for human consumption was decreased by half a billion as More »

The 11 Vegan Food Hacks You Didn’t Know You Needed (but You Totally Do)

The 11 Vegan Food Hacks You Didn’t Know You Needed (but You Totally Do)

1. Banana + Peanut Butter + Cocoa Powder = Ice Cream We don’t need no stinkin’ ice cream maker. 2. Cake Mix + Can of Soda = Cake  But about as More »

21 High Protein Vegan Recipes for Athletes

21 High Protein Vegan Recipes for Athletes

If you’re vegan that you’ve probably received that look at least once. You know, the one of pure bafflement as someone looks at you and asks, ‘But where do you get your protein from?’ More »

Meat-eaters are being put off going veggie because of certain aggressive vegans, says survey

Meat-eaters are being put off going veggie because of certain aggressive vegans, says survey

Let’s just get this out of the way from the get-go. The stereotype of the shouty vegan isn’t true to all vegans. There are loads of vegans and vegetarians who aren’t at More »


The Top 8 Reasons Why Everyone Should Stop Consuming Dairy


There are countless reasons why everyone should really stop consuming dairy foods. Don’t worry—I’m not telling you to cut back on ice cream and pizza. I’m just here to give you the top 8 reasons why you should switch over to the (even more delicious) dairy-free versions of these foods.

1. Cows used for their milk are slaughtered.

I’m not only talking about the older cows, whose necks are cut when they’re “spent.” Male calves are taken from their moms on the same day that they’re born and sold for veal.


If you’re not familiar with veal, it’s the meat that comes from baby cows who are forced to spend their short lives in tiny crates. The absurdly small enclosures are designed to ensure that the calves can’t exercise and grow muscles so that their flesh can be used for tender “gourmet” meat.

2. Calves suffer when they’re torn away from their moms.

It’s not only the male calves who are taken from their moms shortly after birth. Even female babies are torn away from their moms within their first day of life so that humans can consume the milk intended for them instead. If humans weren’t involved, these babies would nurse from their mothers for a full year—that’s longer than many humans breastfeed.



And that’s not all. One veterinary studied showed that, if given the chance, “cow and calf will maintain a lifelong relationship of social contact and companionship.” Can you imagine being separated from your mom as a baby and forced into a miserably abusive life? Mother cows are often heard calling for their calves for days after they’ve been taken away.

3. There’s horrifying abuse involved in the dairy process.

Cows endure extreme abuse on many dairy farms. They’re artificially inseminated shortly after their first birthday—which means that a human shoves his or her hand into the cow’s rectum to orient her uterus and then forces an instrument filled with semen into her vagina. This happens every 10 months for the rest of her life. Gag.

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Eyewitness footage has caught workers kicking cows and jabbing them with pocketknives as well as beating them with crowbars and stabbing them with pitchforks.

4. Cows on dairy farms suffer from extreme neglect.

Some cows spend their entire lives standing on concrete floors. Others are confined to extremely crowded lots, where they’re forced to live in their own poop. One dairy farm was shut down when it was discovered that the cows were forced to stand, sleep, and EAT in their own knee-deep waste.

cow standing in feces on dairy farm

Cows have a natural lifespan of about 20 years and can produce milk for eight or nine years. But the stress caused by conditions on factory farms leads to disease and other issues that cause cows to be considered worthless to the dairy industry by the time they’re 4 or 5 years old, at which point they’re slaughtered.

5. Dairy production is helping to ruin the environment.

It’s true—dairy farms are polluting our water, air, and land. In California, America’s top milk-producing state, manure from dairy farms has poisoned hundreds of miles of groundwater, rivers, and streams. That’s because each cow (of the 1 million cows on the state’s dairy farms) produces 18 gallons of poop every day. There’s just nowhere else for it to go.



Plus, the dairy industry is the primary cause of smog-forming pollutants in California. A single cow emits more of these harmful gasses than a car does. You’re probably starting to wonder, “Hmm … what use are car smog tests in California when people can still eat massive amounts of dairy foods without any restrictions?” GOOD QUESTION.

crowded dairy farm cows in feed lot

Finally, two-thirds of all agricultural land in the U.S. is used to raise animals for food or to grow grain to feed them. And each cow raised by the dairy industry consumes as much as 40 gallons of water per day—and we wonder why California can’t kick this drought. Basically, you can’t honestly call yourself an environmentalist if you consume dairy foods.

6. It’s meant for calves, not humans.

Seriously. Apart from humans, no species drinks milk beyond infancy or drinks the milk of another species. The purpose of cow’s milk is to meet the nutritional needs of baby cows. Mind = blown. These baby cows have four stomachs and need to gain hundreds of pounds in a matter of months—I’ve never met a human who had this same goal.

cow nursing


Most humans begin to produce less lactase (the enzyme that helps with milk digestion) when they’re as young as 2 years old. That’s because, errrm, we’re not supposed to need milk after that.

7. Dairy foods are unhealthy for humans.

Human bodies fight cow’s milk. According to the American Gastroenterological Association, cow’s milk is the number one food allergy among infants and children. Not to mention—millions of Americans are lactose intolerant.

A U.K. study showed that people who suffered from irregular heartbeats, asthma, headaches, fatigue, and digestive problems “showed marked and often complete improvements in their health after cutting milk from their diets.”

Dairy milk is also super-high in cholesterol. A single serving can contain as much as 24 mg of cholesterol, whereas dairy-free milks have none. Also, multiple studies have shown that the consumption of cow’s milk was linked to an increase in acne. Yikes.

8. We can get more than enough protein and calcium from vegan foods.

Nuts, seeds, yeast, grains, and beans and other legumes are extremely high in protein. And eating too much animal protein has been linked to the development of endometrial, pancreatic, and prostate cancer. In terms of calcium, black-eyed peas, soy milk, sesame seeds, kale, seaweed, white beans, and tons of other plant-based foods are full of it.

Whether you’re stunned by these statistics or just sick of having all these facts regurgitated at you, stop consuming dairy foods. Countless suffering cows, the environment, and your own body will all be better for it.

By Peta2

McDonald’s Is Testing a New Vegan Burger!


The times are a changing! McDonald’s recently announced “The McVegan,” a soy-based patty topped with vegan fixings. The all-vegan burger is currently being tested at a McDonald’s location in Tampere, Finland, from October 4th through November 21st, so you might want to grab your plane ticket soon!

Of course, if you’re avoiding all animal products, then you’ll want to skip the fries. Unfortunately, McDonald’s fries contain “natural beef flavors,” an ingredient that is made from wheat and milk derivatives. Don’t worry, though — you can pick up an order of vegan fries to-go at Wendy’s.

We’re glad to see McDonald’s get on board with the plant-based trend, also just recently released an all-vegetarian burger in France. For all of us who are stateside, don’t worry, you can still get your meat-free burger fix at fast food establishments. The plant-based Beyond Burger is being tested in T.G.I. Friday’s locations and White Castle offers two different vegan burgers.

According to the 2017 Protein Alternatives Report by global market research firm Mintel, Millennials are especially open to meat alternatives; 64 percent have tried meatless burgers. Meanwhile, only one in five Millennials has tried a Big Mac. Whether one is gravitating towards meatless options due to diet, environmental concerns, health, or animal welfare concerns, veggie burgers are no longer a fringe trend!

We’ll see how the McVegan does in Finland and will anxiously await its move to the U.S.!




Giant egg company Cal-Maine Foods’ CEO says vegan alternatives are responsible for the company’s first big loss of profits in over a decade. Large egg company Cal-Maine Foods (CMF) released its earnings report for 2017, and the numbers looked dire. For the first time in over one decade, the company reported a loss of $74.3 million for the last fiscal year. The company’s profit plummeted by $24.5 million in its fourth-quarter alone—a stark contrast to the $367,000 that the company lost in the same time period last year.

These 10 elite athletes are vegan — here’s what made them switch their diet


Improving everything from cholesterol and heart rate to concentration and a solid night’s sleep, there seem to be plenty of health benefits to ditching dairy, meat, and eggs.

However, one thing that many people worry about when going vegan is getting enough protein.

Surprisingly, many top athletes — including world champions, martial artists, and an Olympic weightlifter — don’t seem to be worried in the slightest about getting enough protein from their vegan diets.

Business Insider has compiled a list of world-class vegan athletes who are at the top of their game — and have a fully vegan lifestyle to thank for it.

From football strikers to weightlifters, scroll on to discover 10 athletes who are vegan — and what made each of them switch to a plant-based diet.

Venus Williams — tennis player

Venus Williams — tennis player

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Venus Williams is an American tennis player who has won seven Grand Slam singles titles and 14 Grand Slam Women’s doubles titles. She has also won the prestigious Wimbledon women’s singles title five times and has four Olympic gold medals.

Williams has an estimated net worth of £72 million ($95 million), and is the second highest-earning female tennis player of all time behind her sister Serena.

The tennis star adopted a raw vegan diet after she was diagnosed with Sjögren’s syndrome in 2011 and doctors advised it would relieve some of her symptoms such as extreme fatigue and joint pain.

In an interview with Health magazine about the disease and her raw vegan diet, Williams said: “I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, and I wanted to maintain my performance on the court. Once I started, I fell in love with the concept of fueling your body in the best way possible [through raw, vegan food].

“Not only does it help me on the court, but I feel like I’m doing the right thing for me.”

Lewis Hamilton — Formula 1 racing driver

Lewis Hamilton — Formula 1 racing driver

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Four-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton won his fourth title this week after adopting a vegan diet earlier in 2017.

Hamilton is the world’s 10th highest-paid athlete, according to Forbes. Thanks to his endorsements and brand deals with L’Oreal, Mercedes, and Puma — amongst others — the Formula One driver has an approximate net worth of £131 million ($172 million).

Talking to the BBC about his recent transition to a vegan diet, Hamilton said: “As the human race, what we are doing to the world… the pollution [in terms of emissions of global-warming gases] coming from the amount of cows that are being produced is incredible. They say it is more than what we produce with our flights and our cars, which is kind of crazy to think. The cruelty is horrible and I don’t necessarily want to support that.”

Jermain Defoe — footballer

Jermain Defoe — footballer

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Defoe is the seventh best goalscorer in Premier League history, scoring over 150 goals in the league to date. He plays for Bournemouth FC and the England national team — both as a striker.

Defoe earns £65k a week on his current contract with Bournemouth. His net worth is estimated at $20 million (£15.2 million), according to The Richest. Defoe credited his “comeback” in March earlier this year to his vegan diet, according to Men’s Health.

On giving up meat, eggs, and dairy, the striker told the Guardian: “I don’t find anything hard to give up… because I know the feeling scoring goals gives me.”

David Haye — boxer

David Haye — boxer


David Haye is a British boxer with world titles in two weight categories. In 2008, he won three of the four major boxing world titles at cruiserweight. He has an estimated net worth of $26 million (£19.8 million) based on Fight Saga’s recent evaluation and more recent fights.

Haye researched the benefits of a plant-based diet on healing rates and recovery time after a serious shoulder injury prompted surgery and meant he had to take a break from the ring. He has now been vegan for four years.

Talking to The Sun earlier this year about physical strength on a plant-based diet, Haye said: “[Apes are] 20 times stronger than humans and they don’t rely on a meat-based diet. They eat plants all day long. It’s a myth that you need meat for strength.

“I have a full-time chef and a good nutritionist who makes sure I get all the minerals and nutrients required.”

Hannah Teter — snowboarder

Hannah Teter — snowboarder

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Hannah Teter is an American snowboarder and three-time Olympic medalist.

She grew up in Vermont with her parents and older brothers (two of which are also Olympic snowboarders) in a fully sustainable house in the woods. Teter was taught to appreciate and love the environment from a young age, which brought her to vegetarian and vegan living after her gold medal achievement in 2010.

In an interview with Huffington Post, Teter said: “I feel stronger than I’ve ever been, mentally, physically, and emotionally. My plant-based diet has opened up more doors to being an athlete. It’s a whole other level that I’m elevating to. I stopped eating animals about a year ago, and it’s a new life. I feel like a new person, a new athlete.”

Kendrick Yahcob Farris — weightlifter

Kendrick Yahcob Farris — weightlifter

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Kendrick Farris is an American Olympic weightlifter and finished 11th in his weight class at the 2016 Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro.

Farris made the decision to adopt a vegan diet based on religious reasons after the birth of his second son.

In an interview with Men’s Fitness, Farris said: “You can replace [meat with pulses and vegetables], and it can taste amazing, and be better for your body — it’ll help with recovery, reduce stress and inflammation in the body.

“We shouldn’t get so caught up with ‘protein, protein, protein.’ Because you can get an excess of protein, and most of it just gets passed through the body.”

Nate Diaz — mixed martial artist

Nate Diaz — mixed martial artist

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Nate Diaz is a mixed martial artist currently competing in UFC — the world’s biggest mixed martial arts organisation.

Diaz first became vegan aged 18, inspired by his older brother and former welterweight champion in Strikeforce and WEC, Nick Diaz.

“I think you’re a smarter and more intelligent fighter [when you go vegan]. Me and my brother are at the top of the game and have been for a long time. We’re obviously doing something right. Besides knowing how to kick somebody in the head, you should know how to feel good tomorrow,” Diaz told Men’s Journal.

Meagan Duhamel — pairs skater

Meagan Duhamel — pairs skater

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Meagan Duhamel is a four-time world champion and Olympic medalist pair skater. She is also a two-time Four Continents champion and a six-time Canadian national champion pair skater. Her career highlights so far include winning a silver medal at the 2014 Olympic games in the team event and winning every major championship (both national and international) in the 2014-2015 season.

Duhamel adopted a vegan diet in 2008 after reading a book about veganism she spotted in an airport lounge. She read it cover-to-cover that night and emptied her fridge of all animal products the very next morning.

In an interview with CBC in 2016, Duhamel said: “I just thought, ‘Wow, that seems so interesting.’ I woke up the next morning, cleaned out my fridge, and said ‘I’m going to learn about whole grains, and fruits and vegetables.'”

Jack Lindquist — track cyclist

Jack Lindquist is an American sprint cyclist and keen blogger. The cyclist adopted a vegan diet in 2005 after some close vegan friends explained the benefits of the regime to him.

“[My friends] asked me what the difference was between the love I had for my dog, The Reverend, and any animal that was on a farm ready to be slaughtered. I didn’t have an answer, so that was that,” Lindquist said in an interview with fellow blogger, Trevor Lucius.

“If nothing I am very driven by logic and reason, and not having a good reason to keep killing animals, whom I claimed to love, I stopped,” he said.

Abel “Killa” Trujillo — mixed martial artist

Abel “Killa” Trujillo is a mixed martial artist currently competing in UFC.

The American credits his titles to his vegan lifestyle — as well as compassion towards animals and the earth.

Trujillo frequently writes about veganism and compassionate living on his Twitter account. In July, the athlete wrote: “Happiness is the new rich. Inner peace is the new success. Health is the new wealth. Compassion is the new cool.”

By businessinsider

Move Over McDonald’s, The Future Of Fast Food Is Vegan


The shift towards a healthier and more mindful way of eating is well underway. In the past 10 years the amount of animals killed for human consumption was decreased by half a billion as the world has begun to wake up to the benefits of a meat-free lifestyle. Once a trendy fad, veganism is now one of the most up and coming diets, but it is more than that, it’s a lifestyle.

The 11 Vegan Food Hacks You Didn’t Know You Needed (but You Totally Do)


1. Banana + Peanut Butter + Cocoa Powder = Ice Cream


We don’t need no stinkin’ ice cream maker.

2. Cake Mix + Can of Soda = Cake


But about as healthy as it sounds.

3. Plate + Tofu + Paper Towel + Plate + Heavy Stuff = Tofu Press

Getting the extra water out will change your life.

4. Avocado = Mayo



5. Banana = 2 Eggs


Perfect for pancakes.

6. Carrot = Hot Dog


Marinate it, and you can’t tell the difference.

7. Any Soup/Chili/Sauce + Nutritional Yeast = Cheesy Goodness

Vegan Spaghettios

I can’t explain it. It just happens.

8. This Stuff = Vegan


9. Vegan Cream Cheese + Vegan Chili = Chili Cheese Dip


Heat, mix, gorge.

10. Cake Mix + Can of Pumpkin = Pumpkin Cake/Cupcakes


Like rilly rilly good.

11. Sriracha + Vegenaise = Heaven

Ultimate Sriracha Veggie Burger
© Leo Gong 
By Peta



LAD Bible has reported that this year Prince Harry will not be participating in the traditional boxing day hunt, as has been announced by ‘a royal insider’.

The prince has made the decision, so as not to upset his fiancée Meghan Markle, who is an outspoken animal rights activist, and has been seen to consume vegan meats, though not on every occasion.

As revealed by the Sun, the royal insider said: “The Boxing Day shoot was always going to be a tricky issue.


“Harry loves it and has always been out there on Boxing Day. But if it means breaking with long-standing royal traditions to avoid upsetting her, so be it. It’s fair to say that there are some pretty stunned faces around here.”


Meghan has been spending Christmas day with the Royal family, although only married couples should be allowed to do so. This exception was not even made for Prince William and Kate Middleton, when they had to spend Christmas apart in 2010. The Queen has said to have made the compromise, as the wedding is only five months apart.

Hopefully more people will choose compassion over tradition in the future!




Whether you are a vegan, lactose intolerant or even non-vegan, here are some really simple three-ingredient desserts everyone will love.

Plus, they are so simple to make, you can whip them up whenever that sweet tooth craving comes up!


14 Delightful Three-Ingredient Vegan Desserts To Have Anywhere Anytime!

All you need is some walnuts, Medjool dates and raw cacao to make this delicious dessert. Blend all three ingredients and make small balls.


14 Delightful Three-Ingredient Vegan Desserts To Have Anywhere Anytime!

This simple dessert requires non-dairy milk, cocoa powder and frozen bananas. Simply blend all three items until the mixture turns smooth and thick.


14 Delightful Three-Ingredient Vegan Desserts To Have Anywhere Anytime!

Binge on these healthy sugar-free cookies that take approximately 25 minutes to make. Mash ripe bananas with oats and chopped raisins on top and bake the mixture until it turns golden brown.


14 Delightful Three-Ingredient Vegan Desserts To Have Anywhere Anytime!

It takes about 20 minutes to prepare this dessert—all you need is vegan puff pastry dough, apples and cinnamon. Fold in the mixture of apple and cinnamon into the pastry dough and bake for about 15 minutes.


14 Delightful Three-Ingredient Vegan Desserts To Have Anywhere Anytime!

This flourless recipe requires overripe bananas, almond butter and cocoa powder. Just mix the three ingredients and bake for about 20 minutes or until the brownies are properly cooked.


14 Delightful Three-Ingredient Vegan Desserts To Have Anywhere Anytime!

It takes about 10 minutes to prepare this egg-and-dairy-free dessert. All you need is dates, cocoa powder and orange juice. Blend all three items together until smooth and make small balls out of the mixture.


14 Delightful Three-Ingredient Vegan Desserts To Have Anywhere Anytime!

Ditch the traditional pancake recipe and use oat flour, bananas and almond milk instead for this delicious and healthy dessert. Mix all three ingredients into a batter and cook equal-sized cakes on a non-stick pan.


14 Delightful Three-Ingredient Vegan Desserts To Have Anywhere Anytime!

These easy-to-make make popsicles will be a hit with kids and adults alike. It just requires coconut milk, fresh blueberries and maple syrup. Blend all three items until smooth, then pour the mixture into a mold and freeze.


14 Delightful Three-Ingredient Vegan Desserts To Have Anywhere Anytime!

Create this decadent dessert using dark organic chocolate squares or vegan chocolate chips, organic peanut butter and coconut oil. While it takes an hour to prepare, the results will be worth the wait. Mix melted chocolate squares and coconut oil in a pot with water and leave it aside. Then mix coconut oil with peanut butter and keep in a different bowl. Take a flat dish, line it with muffin or cupcake liners and put in little scoops of melted chocolate. After placing it in a freezer for two minutes, add a scoop of the peanut butter and coconut mix and then scoop more melted chocolate on top. Flatten with a spoon before putting it in the freezer for 15-30 minutes.


14 Delightful Three-Ingredient Vegan Desserts To Have Anywhere Anytime!

This yummy gooey fudge takes just 10 minutes to prepare. Ingredients needed: coconut butter, peanut butter and maple syrup. Melt the three items together until it becomes smooth, then pour it in a greased container and refrigerate.


14 Delightful Three-Ingredient Vegan Desserts To Have Anywhere Anytime!

Being vegan doesn’t mean you have to give up on chocolate. This dairy-free chocolate bar can be made from cocoa powder, coconut oil and refined sugar. Mix the three ingredients together and freeze for 30 minutes.


14 Delightful Three-Ingredient Vegan Desserts To Have Anywhere Anytime!

In just 10 minutes you can create this satisfying comfort dessert using coconut milk, maple syrup and alcohol-free vanilla flavor. Use full-fat coconut milk for a creamy texture. Heat the ingredients in a saucepan and refrigerate.


14 Delightful Three-Ingredient Vegan Desserts To Have Anywhere Anytime!

These low-fat cookies are perfect for guilt-free indulgence. Made from dates, mulberries and coconut, these can be prepared in 10 minutes. Simply mix the ingredients in a blender, shape the mixture into small cookies and leave it in the refrigerator to set.


14 Delightful Three-Ingredient Vegan Desserts To Have Anywhere Anytime!

Dairy-free chocolate chips, ripe bananas and coconut oil is what you need to make this delicious desert. After freezing banana slices, gently dip each piece into melted chocolate.


18 Delish Vegan Clean Eating Recipes for Weight Loss [Winter dinners]


Vegan clean eating recipes for weight loss that are the perfect Winter diet dinners if you would like to shed a few pounds in the cold months. They often say, that summer bodies are made in the winter. And they are right. If you would like to lose weight in a healthy and sustainable way for the Summer, you shoul d start eating healthy and clean meals in the Winter. That is why we have collected the most delicious vegan clean eating weight loss recipes and winter dinners for you. These recipes are rich and flavor to make dieting fun. Forget about bland salads and make these superb recipes!

Veganuary 2018: 8 vegan high protein smoothies

High angle view of three blended fruit smoothies in glass jars surrounded by colorful fresh fruits on dark wood table. DSRL studio photo taken with Canon EOS 5D Mk II and Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM

The inevitable question that every vegan is asked. Whether you’re a full time vegan or doing Veganuary for the first time this year I can guarantee that you’ll be asked this question on more than one occasion.

There are plenty of plant-based sources of protein – lentils, beans, quinoa and soy to name but a few. However, smoothies are an easy and delicious way to get some extra protein in your diet. You can opt to use a protein powder or add natural high protein ingredients such as chia seeds, nuts or hemp hearts to your smoothie for a great start to the day. Here are eight vegan high protein smoothie recipes: Superfood chocolate almond avocado smoothie Recipe by Running on Real Food. Piña colada shake (Picture: Neat Nutrition) 1 cup frozen pineapple 1 scoop vanilla Neat Nutrition protein powder (whey or vegan) 400ml coconut milk 1 handful of ice Simply blitz all your ingredients together in a blender until smooth and serve – it’s as simple as that. Recipe by Neat Nutrition. Vegan protein shake By Simple Vegan Blog. Blueberry, avocado, almond milk and chia seed smoothie (Picture: BerryWorld) A punnet of blueberries 1 avocado A banana Chia seeds Almond milk Ice cubes Put a small punnet of blueberries into a blender or smoothie maker, then add half an avocado, half a banana, 1 tsp chia seeds and top up with chilled almond milk and a couple of ice cubes. Whizz until smooth. Add a little more almond milk if it’s too thick. Recipe by Berry World. Hot chocolate smoothie 400ml almond milk (or milk of your choice) 2 tbsp cocoa powder 2 tbsp oats (can use gluten free) 1 tbsp almond butter (or dairy free nut butter) 2 tbsp Hemp Protein + Flaxseed, Chia Seed, Cocoa and Beetroot Powder Combine the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Transfer to a pot and gently warm until the desired temperature, then transfer to a glass. Recipe by Plant Based Pixie for Linwoods. Green smoothie with hemp hearts Recipe by Sneaky Veg. Peanut butter cup protein shake By Running on Real Food. Warm apple and cinnamon smoothie (Picture: Jon Payne) 1 large apple (150g) 150ml almond milk (or milk of your choice) 2 tbsp oats (can use gluten free) 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon 1/2 tsp vanilla extract 2 tbsp Hemp Protein+ Flaxseed, Bio Cultures, Vitamin D & Co-Enzyme Q10 1 tsp maple syrup (optional) 150ml hot water Combine the ingredients (minus water) in a blender and blend until smooth. Transfer to a pot and add the hot water. Gently warm until the desired temperature and transfer to a glass. Recipe by Plant Based Pixie for Linwoods.

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