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Celebrated every year on November 1, World Vegan Day raises awareness about animal rights and advocates the widespread adoption of a vegan lifestyle.
The day was created in 1994 by British animal rights activist, Louise Wallis, as a way to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of The Vegan Society in the United Kingdom.
Adherents of veganism refrain from using anything that may have been made from animals, such as meat, eggs, milk, and honey.
Strict vegans may also avoid products that use animal labor, including those that are tested on animals.
Because vegans do not eat animal products, their diet is solely plant-based.
To them, activities that involve the use of animals as food, as labor, or as entertainment are exploitative and cruel and should be eschewed.
For vegans, veganism is as much an issue of ethics as it is of health.
Vegans are allowed lifesaving medicines, even if they include animal products.
World Vegan Day is not an official holiday so, businesses, schools, and government offices are open.
Because of this, proponents of veganism suggest that adopting a vegan diet can have many health benefits including reducing the risk of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity.
Due to low levels of Vitamin B12, calcium, and vitamin D in plant-based foods, nutritionists, and medical professionals recommend that vegans add supplements to their diets.