The Vegan Way


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From the Author. 2 tablespoons oil. 1 onion, chopped.

1 teaspoon crushed or chopped fresh garlic. 2 medium to large zucchinis, sliced and quartered (2 to 3 cups) 1 cup chopped mushrooms (5 or 6 mushrooms) 1 teaspoon sea salt. 1⁄2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper.

1. Vegan The Way is a vegan food blog dedicated to sharing recipes to inspire and nurture change for the more ethical treatment of animals and our environment. The Vegan Way: 21 Days to a Happier, Healthier Plant-Based Lifestyle That Will Transform Your Home, Your Diet, and You by Jackie Day, Paperback | Barnes & Noble® “Writing in a playful and upbeat fashion, Day guides her readers through a day-by-day approach to living vegan.

” Healing the Vegan Way is a wonderfully written resource for anyone interested in the countless health benefits of a plant-based diet. Mark Reinfeld combines comprehensive expert testimonies with an extensive array of delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes that will. Keep the intensity, frequency and duration low. Also, make sure to have a vegan-friendly protein shake (soy, rice, hemp) 20 minutes before doing cardio to prevent any muscle loss during the cardio workout.. Weight Lifting Guidelines.

Work each body part once per week. Veganism is defined as a way of living that attempts to exclude all forms of animal exploitation and cruelty, whether for food, clothing or any other purpose. For these reasons, the vegan.

Veganism is a type of vegetarian diet that excludes meat, eggs, dairy products, and all other animal-derived ingredients. Many vegans also do not eat foods that are processed using animal products, such as refined white sugar and some wines. What Types of Vegetarian Are There?Being vegan means not only not eating animals but also not wearing them. Avoiding products made with fur, leather, wool, down, or cashmere and opting instead for clothing made with vegan materials like cotton, microfiber, hemp, nylon, and polyester prevents animals from being slaughtered for fashion.

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System change for veganism. Here we outline our approach to campaigns and explain some of the impact we’ve had over recent years. Veganism is currently defined as a way of living that attempts to exclude all forms of animal exploitation and cruelty, be it from food, clothing, or any other purpose.

SUMMARY Veganism is.

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Much of this book has been about making it easier to become vegan.

“How to Create a Vegan World: A Pragmatic Approach” by Leenaert, Tobias
from How to Create a Vegan World: A Pragmatic Approach
by Leenaert, Tobias
Lantern Books, 2017

So, this isn’t a book I would use to promote veganism–it presents a vegan option, but not a vegan imperative–but, it is one I would use to promote healthy plant-based eating for those who are looking for that type of information.”

“History of the Soyfoods Movement Worldwide (1960s-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook” by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
from History of the Soyfoods Movement Worldwide (1960s-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook
by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
Soyinfo Center, 2019

Many magazines, books, Web sites, Internet groups, and organizations can provide information on how to live a vegan life.

“Living Vegan For Dummies” by Alexandra Jamieson
from Living Vegan For Dummies
by Alexandra Jamieson
Wiley, 2009

Vegan blogs … introduced me to vegan cuisine, and soon enough my transition to veganism had been made, almost without my thinking about it!”

“Critical Perspectives on Veganism” by Jodey Castricano, Rasmus R. Simonsen
from Critical Perspectives on Veganism
by Jodey Castricano, Rasmus R. Simonsen
Springer International Publishing, 2016

If you are curious about the vegan lifestyle and the benefits it provides, then this is the right book for you.

“Vegan Cookbook for Beginners: The Essential Vegan Cookbook To Get Started” by Rockridge Press
from Vegan Cookbook for Beginners: The Essential Vegan Cookbook To Get Started
by Rockridge Press
Callisto Media Incorporated, 2013

While Eaton’s book extols the virtues of being a vegan and provides healthy recipes, he has also created Vegano, a spray that instantly transforms anyone into a vegan.

“Internet Comedy Television Series, 1997-2015” by Vincent Terrace
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by Vincent Terrace
McFarland, Incorporated, Publishers, 2016

At the beginning of our journey, I had started a vegetarian blog, but shortly after becoming vegan I craved a new direction.

“The Vegan 8: 100 Simple, Delicious Recipes Made with 8 Ingredients Or Less” by Brandi Doming
from The Vegan 8: 100 Simple, Delicious Recipes Made with 8 Ingredients Or Less
by Brandi Doming
Time Incorporated Books, 2018

This is the go­to book for understanding and practicing healthy and enjoyable veganism.”

“Becoming Vegan: The Complete Reference to Plant-Base Nutrition, Comprehensive Edition” by Brenda Davis, Vesanto Melina
from Becoming Vegan: The Complete Reference to Plant-Base Nutrition, Comprehensive Edition
by Brenda Davis, Vesanto Melina
Book Publishing Company, 2014

This is the book all vegans need, to gain perspective, alleviate compassion fatigue, and live healthy lives with a purpose!”

“Beyond Beliefs: A Guide to Improving Relationships and Communication for Vegans, Vegetarians, and Meat Eaters” by Melanie Joy
from Beyond Beliefs: A Guide to Improving Relationships and Communication for Vegans, Vegetarians, and Meat Eaters
by Melanie Joy
Lantern Books, 2018

My longest vegan run started in 2015 and lasted thirty months.

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  • I have been vegan for about 20 years! I had a copy of Jackie’s book but it was destroyed in my apartment flood! Would love to replace!!��������������������������������

  • Already a subscriber. I love Michael Pollan’s Omnivore’s Dilemma and Botany of Desire. I love learning about all aspects of food and have been in the industry. Like getting Framer Dave’s chicken in spite of the cost, because I know they were fed & treated well. I’m sure you have other’s who might need this book more and who might change their evil ways.

  • Sounds great, man! I like that it covers many more topics than just not eating animal products. I’ve never thought about animal cruelty in the cosmetics industry, but it will be good to learn. If I’m not picked, I’d gladly purchase The Vegan Way anyway. Thanks for sharing!

  • We’re not vegan, I have always thought it would be a huge positive step, but difficult to the point of being almost impossible. I learn a lot from your channel.

  • I love your kitchen, my house is also gray…. I love that color and your kitchen looks so warm and so home home <3 thank you for video.

  • Mushrooms are o.k. non organic. They are not on the dirty dozen list. I believe they are on the clean 15 list but I’m not sure. Bless ya’ll.

  • I’m educating myself as much as I can ever since I made the decision to stop eating meat. I’m afraid of going full on vegan due to having crohn’s disease and nutrient malabsorption due to my condition. But I can’t bear the thought I’m eating animals anymore… I just can’t. I’ve been vegan for two full days and today I felt bad that I had oatmeal while my family had eggs with toast and potatoes. I already stopped eating pork and cow since I was 11 years old because I didn’t like it, but I have never been able to drop such things as salmon and tuna, and chicken and turky… I think that now that I’m in my 30s I can succeed in leaving the poultry at least, but leaving the salmon and eggs will be really hard. And the cheddar cheese too (the only cheeses I eat are cheddar and swiss because of lactose intolerance, I can tolerate only those). I wish I could have more support from my family at least but they think it’s crazy how I want to go vegan all of a sudden after the death of our pet cat. I just really opened my eyes that cats and dogs and other popular pets are no different from other animals people see “ok to eat”. There is no difference between a pet dog from a cow because they are both living creatures who deserve to live… I can’t bear the thought of animals having a miserable short life, in cages and horrible environments, only to die in fear without a chance to be free just so I can have chicken nuggets or a sushi roll. Thinking about my pets facing the same horrible fear, being killed so people can eat when they had other choices, sealed the deal for me. So far I think I will be vegetarian for a while and continue eating eggs and cheese while I can adjust, and convince myself and my family that I will be alright. I have a doctor’s appointment next month and I will talk to my doctor about it, too.

  • I don’t know why I watch vegan cooking videos, I’m not vegan lol. Even if I wanted to be vegan it would be so hard, I’m allergic to soy, tree nuts, beans, rice, some fruits and vegetables, oats, etc. I think I would starve XD

  • i love tab and choyce together. i love how they whine to each other LMBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Siiiiiis. But Siiiiis. LOL love yall so much

  • Hey love your videos showing a way to make vegan meat edible❤️�� I don’t like onions either so for my trick I pulverize it in food processor you get the flavor but besides that you would never know it was even there❤️����

  • Great list! All good tips.:)
    Watched this whilst eating a bowl of home cooked vegan (and veggie stuffed) bolognese sauce with wholewheat pasta and broccoli…yum
    oh, and taken my supplements today too! Id also think about where you are getting your iodine from. As well as B12 its something thats tricky to get on a plant based diet.

  • I seen you on goodful channel and I just love your energy!! You’re such an awesome person who shares great information!! Subscribed!!

  • Dude. Please stop spreading false information. This is a new strain of a virus that is BRAND NEW to our bodies, the only thing that will build immunity to it is getting it, it affecting your body and your body builds antibodies. Stop with your nonsensical “vegan diet fixes everything”

  • Excellent watching and learning! But the center screen is distracting. Full screen? — Love watching and can’t wait to try recipes!!!

  • Tabitha is a riot! You can get LightLife up north at Stop&Shop/Giant, ACME, and other major grocers. Sale price can be $3.99 or $4.99.
    Don’t forget to remove the paper! I tried to empty a package of ground into a pan and didn’t see the paper… LOL! Mayhem ensued…

  • Please don’t take alcohol away from me!! Is there any way to mitigate the effects so I can be glowing with health and still enjoy my alcohol? And I don’t mean full blown drunkeness, just a pleasant, relaxing feeling.

  • Anyone who likes this video is a fucking moron. Literally everything in this video is common sense that any basic pleb would know!!

  • Good list & well presented. Big issue though is soy’s hormonal interference, as well as the fact that orange juice’s sugar content is comparable to soda. Not health boosting.

  • Tab,
    You had me rollin’…no, ain’t no onions in there; Blackie, when did you get in here? Are you supposed to be in here? (He knows he’s not, so he gets up and walks out. Had the nerve to be laid out on the kitchen floor!!!��); and then that gosh darn slow motion and vegan song at the end. Took. Me. Out.������ Tab, you are a straight nut!! I absolutely love your spirit! You sound like me, Y’all, why y’all let me cut up on here?!! Y’all get me off of here!!

    Chance, you picked the right one. She gotcha. Tab, you are just such a beautiful spirit.

    God bless you and yours, sis.��������

  • Cuttin up is an understatement because the way you went slow mo almost laid me completely out. �������������� I have to try that pasta though.

  • I wish Miss Tabitha would still do her cooking show Come On In The Room. I loved watching her plus her food always looked so delicious!!

  • I’ve been trying to thing who do you resemble.
    Now I have it. You look just like the beautiful woman who was Angie on the soap opera All My Children.
    You’re such a free spirit, and uplifting others too.

  • My endocrinologist is strongly recommending I go plant base. It has been difficult because of having to deal with too many ingredients. But I love Tab because her meals are easy with a few ingredients. Thanks Tab; because that’s my business ��, as she would say.

  • You can put Blackie on a plant-based diet if you want-but that’s your business.:) Dogs love it and they live longer on average. My dog is mostly vegan, loves lentils, yellow peas, yams, oatmeal, potatoes, carrots, coconut oil, olive oil, quinoa, garlic in small amounts, blueberries, apples, sweet potatoes, seaweed, kale, some beans, mushrooms, flax seeds, turmeric, ginger, cashew yogurt, peanut butter, etc. They have short digestive systems, so I cook it all up for a while so the nutrients are easy to pull out. He’s three and is full of energy and life and repeatedly gets a clean bill of health from our vet. I definitely keep kibble on hand though, just in case of emergencies, and sometimes if I get fish scraps I throw in fish heads/spines/collars to boil with the other ingredients. Dogs can’t be vegan because they don’t have ethical consumption concerns. But we can choose the healthiest options for our animals and for many animals, that means plant-based.

  • I like the thought of just adding more vegetables into my diet instead of going full force into it. That’s the most helpful of all because what I need the most help with is weening myself off fast and junk food.

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  • LAWWWDDD This pasta was SO BOMB!! I found all the ingredients except for the tomatoes and gluten pasta. Instead I used diced tomatoes with basil, garlic and oregano and sauteed my own sweet onions (Cuz dat’s my bizness) and because I don’t eat gluten, I found a 100% organic Brown Rice Gluten Free Pasta (FARFALLE) which is the Bow Tie and IT WAS BOMMMMMB!! It’s by Jovial! THANK YOU!!!

  • I’m not planning become vegan but cus of health new issues I need to start eating more vegetables and healthy choices and I need to learn and make a menu that I won’t feel sad eating it so definitely following your Pinterest… you are so sweet! Thanks!

  • Yes I have to have the cabbage and (right now I use turkey) sausage ��mmmmm. Always hits the spot. Love you Tabitha ��. Have a Blessed day ����❤️

  • I feel that the biggest push for veganism will come when people know how to make tasty vegan dishes. For example India has the most delicious vegetarian dishes and that’s why the biggest vegetarian population base. Even the non-vegetarians here do not eat meat frequently.

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  • I am so interested in doing this, im so tired of burgers and fries, I have nothing against that, its just me, I want to become healthy again, NANASTE

  • II tend to say to people who judge you about anything.” That’s you’re Shit you shovel it!” Looks great �� however I love �� my bacon ��


  • Milk and Fruit: Do They Mix?

    by Vaidya Manohar Palakurthi and vpk by Maharishi Ayurveda Staff Writers on July 8, 2016

    The role of milk in ayurveda is one that is highly regarded and valued. It has a profound nourishing property for our bodies that is able to help regenerate and strengthen the tissues of the physiology as well as increase our subtle essence known as ojas. Ojas is responsible for maintaining our immunity, vitality, complexion, luster and strength of our entire body.

    In order for these benefits to be conferred, milk has to be digested properly. By nature, the qualities of milk are heavy, dense, cold and sweet. The heaviness in milk will be increased if it is ingested cold, right out of the refrigerator. Therefore, ayurveda recommends that milk should be boiled, reducing the heavy properties and making it more easily absorbed by our bodies. 

    Dont eat milk plus sour fruits 

    Milk and fruits

    It s fashionable these days to blend fruits into smoothies, and they make for great Instagram pictures. Most of these fruits have a dairy base like milk or yoghurt. This can spell disaster for your health according to Dr Bhagwati. Fruits like banana, strawberries, pineapple, limes and oranges produce heat on digestion. But milk, on the other hand, has a cooling effect. When these fruits are broken down in the stomach, they become sour. When milk and these fruits are consumed together, their mutually opposing qualities can douse the digestive fire. This, in turn, can cause an imbalance of your gut flora. Ama or toxins are created in your stomach, says the doctor. Mixing milk and fruits together often causes colds, coughs, phlegm and allergies

    Huda Shaikh, Nutritionist and Clinical Dietitian at NutriBond, invokes the science of Ayurveda while talking about this combination. She says, “Ayurveda advises against consuming fruits with dairy as it could diminish digestive fire, alter the intestinal flora, produce toxins and lead to sinus congestion, cold, cough and allergies.

    80% of protein in milk is casein. When you drink milk with fruits, the big amount of casein will accumulate, precipitate in your body and it’s difficult for you to digest and absorb. It can even lead to indigestion and diarrhea. Therefore, it isn’t suitable to add other fruit juices and drinks that are acidic in milk.

    nyone who ingests milk with sour fruits, which most fruits are, will most surely be affected, those with a sensitive constitution first. This combination disturbs the digestion and creates toxins in the entire body, which in their turn lead to other issues. However, the toxin build-up may be slow and gradual, and the effects will probably not be considered as being related to this unhealthy habit, because most people including Western doctors don’t know about it.

    People who are very attentive to the signals of their body will know to stay away from this combination as naturally as any living being who senses what is edible and not edible.

    So the people around the world

    Milk + Citrus Fruits

    The acidity of the citrus will cause curdling of the milk in the stomach and make it harder to digest.

    Milk + Fruit Juice

    Most juice will cause milk to separate and agglutinate, making it hard to absorb and digest. The pH quality will become more acidic when it is mixed with juice, and 80% of casein in the milk tends to agglutinate, or clump together.

  • 80% of protein in milk is casein. When you drink milk with fruits, the big amount of casein will accumulate, precipitate in your body and it’s difficult for you to digest and absorb. It can even lead to indigestion and diarrhea. Therefore, it isn’t suitable to add other fruit juices and drinks that are acidic in milk.
    nyone who ingests milk with sour fruits, which most fruits are, will most surely be affected, those with a sensitive constitution first. This combination disturbs the digestion and creates toxins in the entire body, which in their turn lead to other issues. However, the toxin build-up may be slow and gradual, and the effects will probably not be considered as being related to this unhealthy habit, because most people including Western doctors don’t know about it.
    People who are very attentive to the signals of their body will know to stay away from this combination as naturally as any living being who senses what is edible and not edible.

    So the people around the world eat like you said with the combination of milk and fruits…which is not good at all according ayurveda….but here’s the point……it doesn’t readily affect the body….its kind of slow poison type….slowly affecting the digestive system of the body which is very important system and affecting that would mean affecting whole body but slowly…….the exact effects are clearly mentioned in ayurveda… I can’t quote the verse or chapter but it is mentioned

  • The things I would definitely find hard to give up is cheese and bacon but I might try and implement more plant based nutrition as your meal prep and bento box vids make me feel motivated to dip my toes into veganism and meal prepping

  • Can i askedu Question why do people relie on your sighn frm the month ylur born to make to make who are? Truth i don’t believe in is with your inner self to be at peace and to your true self

  • I’m becoming vegan because of my poor liver health and social anxiety. I don’t want my stress and negativity to take over my life. Everyone has different reasons of being vegans, and one of the most important things is to never associate veganism towards one social or political value, it will only turn heads away. Thanks for the warm welcome towards this lifestyle and I hope people know everyone has a different reason to be vegan.

  • The moment you talked about seeing the gains to veganism rather than losses made me want to cry. Thank you. I always didn’t want to start being vegan because I loved my cream cheese, my milk, and my eggs and chicken but focusing on the benefits is so much easier than obsessing over the loss. I would love to go vegan now, thank you sadia:)

  • If you see the game changers and what the health documentaire than you think a lot what you want in this life, I’m a Newby but I have it very difficult with the food, but leatm more and more, I had 1 problem, a fat belly from the beans, my doctor told me your body must addicting now on other food, who have this also in the beginning? Thx Greetz from Belgium, okay, but a lot on the village where i live they have no ingredients or a little bit… Thanks, 2 spoons beans okay, it helps me a lot.. I go to your website… I did it because the documentaires, for the health, I saw in what the health, dead pigs and they give this for meal at living pigs, the people show that and everybody was sick there and the diary brands etc sponsered the cancer fonda and diabetics, I saw enough in #what the health# and by #the game changers# there you can see athletics VS meat, the health… I wanna live longer and I have no epilepsy attacks when I eat now vegan
    Greetz, the newby

  • I’m also waiting for my dying 108 children in the back of my GMC pickup truck covered in fucking mustard and spaghetti sauce what the fuck.Now I want the children covered in boiled broth and put in a soup pot all at once and see their bones just burn ��


  • I’m considering becoming vegan and I must admit your videos are making it so easy for me to go ahead and take the leap. You’re answering all my questions and calming my doubts. Hartelijk bedankt.

  • Tab that looks so yummy! You are so right when that food be great you feel in your spirit and soul that you just got to dance! Even Donna was moving so girl y’all did that!

  • Thanks for this ��
    This little girl is 9 years old and has to have a vegan diet.
    Check out her brownies��
    Please sub to support her��

  • I love, Saida, I am not a vegan; however, incorporating a few of her healthy hacks And her PDF book which is under $8 has set me into a healthy life style, which led me to the decrease of bottles of supplements that I used to take

  • Huh, I just started eating beans. (As I’m doing veganism to save money) I havent had any gastric distress. I eat a lot of beans too. Been about 2 weeks. Also feels like I’m eating all the time. But I’m fuller than I have been.

  • Hi dear lady. Thank you for sharing this. I wonder if we need calcium supplements on a plant based diet. Could you make a video about the rich in calcium vegetables?

  • I‘m vegetarian since idk how long bc I just can‘t eat meat and now I want to be vegan bc I genuinely like the vegan world (adding: My parents know I‘m vegetarian but they still try to make me eat meat which is so frustrating. i‘m not eating meat tho)

  • I watched this video right when it came out in 2017, when I had already been vegetarian for a long time. Something must have stuck because I’ve watched it over and over in the years since, took animal products out bit by bit since, and I just made the switch to plant-based last week. The more vegan food I make the more interesting my diet gets! Thanks Sadia:)

  • I am 35 years old and a Type 2 diabetic, and I feel like this may be the path I need to take, despite my initial resistance…and my husband’s. Even though I wouldn’t dream of forcing him to adopt a vegan lifestyle with me, I know he reacts with scorn whenever vegans are mentioned. I don’t understand it, I know not all vegans are obnoxiously condescending about their food choices, but that vocal minority has done it’s damage with him.
    Sigh, at any rate, I watched “What The Health” on Netflix recently, and to put it plainly, I am terrified. I’m already vitamin deficient, anemic, Diabetic, have PCOS and asthma…the list goes on and on. I don’t want to die young and disease-riddled. I’m making a change today <3

  • I’m really thankful for her considerate outlook to all types of diets, yet it’s a sad truth as I scroll down the comments that not all vegans think the same.
    Those types of people probably think it’s a sin to use them as an excuse for not going vegan, but how you eat doesn’t determine your value as a human being…
    When I successfully go vegan, I’m gonna keep an eye out for these people. I’ll keep reminding myself to never be like them.

  • Dont eat milk + sour fruits
    Milk and fruits
    It s fashionable these days to blend fruits into smoothies, and they make for great Instagram pictures. Most of these fruits have a dairy base like milk or yoghurt. This can spell disaster for your health according to Dr Bhagwati. Fruits like banana, strawberries, pineapple, limes and oranges produce heat on digestion. But milk, on the other hand, has a cooling effect. When these fruits are broken down in the stomach, they become sour. When milk and these fruits are consumed together, their mutually opposing qualities can douse the digestive fire. This, in turn, can cause an imbalance of your gut flora. Ama or toxins are created in your stomach, says the doctor. Mixing milk and fruits together often causes colds, coughs, phlegm and allergies

  • I’m Korean and I’m gonna be a vegetarian. I think it’ll be hard because my family love meats. ��
    But, from now on, I’ll try not to eat meat alone.�� ( I think my english is bad��)

  • When I told my mom I was becoming a vegan, she asked me why I said because i do not want to be part of killing animals for food, also for my health. I recommended her the Netflix show, what the health, my mom, her husband, my brother and his wife are now vegans, I approached it with love, information and even a show in case I missed something, It has being one of the best decisions I’ve made so far.

  • “This video is how you promote veganism” This video is how you sugarcoat animal exploitation and suffering so that the omni’s feelings don’t get hurt. I would have no problem except that innocent, sentient, feeling animals are the victims of this bullshit.

  • vegetarian diet gave me psoriasis. The carbohydrates I had eaten gave me insulin resistance and all complications that derive from it. Now on Keto I got rid of all ailments. I’m not saying to eat meat but dairy, seafood and eggs are a must. Veganism is a diet of deficiency so one must take a lot of supplements that shows that is not beneficial for humans. I need no supplements on Keto and that says it all. It also lacks bio availability and the right amounts of: 1) Pre-formed Omega-3 Fatty Acids DHA and EPA

    2) Vitamin B12

    3) Vitamin D3

    4) Vitamin A/Retinol

    5) Zinc

    6) Choline

    7) Calcium

    8) Iron

    9) Iodine

    10) Selenium

    11) Cholesterol

    12) Carnitine

    13) Carnosine

    14) Glycine

    15) Amino Acids

    16) Creatine

    18) Vitamin B6/Pyridoxine

    19) Vitamin B2/Riboflavin

    20) Vitamin B3/Niacin

  • Many people nowadays are working to find out the best way to drop weight. Then again, having the ability to discover a diet plan that can work for you is hard to discover. A very important thing you need to comprehend is that a diet that works for one person might not work for another. And that means you have to understand what your getting into before you start one of those diets. This may provide you enough info to find out if this is something which is suitable to your requirements. Read more here

  • Hi I am a reducetarian (is that a thing?)…. slowly over the years I have limited my intake of meat. I am slowly cutting out fish….. what I’m really finding difficult is cutting out eggs and dairy mainly milk and yoghurt…. I find the vegan alternatives to just not be tasty! And I worry about my lack of calcium..,,any tips guys? Great channel Sadia, your recipes are amazing and I love your ‘live and let live approach!’

  • I LOVE watching your videos!!! I cook like this all the time(except I use olive oil or sunflower seed oil) and I’m not vegan. Me personally, my body craves chicken and fish. I don’t use vegan only posta noodles or vegan cheese. However, I am lactose intolerant so I use oat milk or almond milk. Long story short, for me, I like to eat what is available, affordable, delicious, and can be made without being processed at a store. I dance when my food is good too �� Anyways….your videos inspire me to cook and eat healthier in SO many ways ��

  • The top tip to stay healthy as a vegan: eat plenty of (organ) meat

    A vegan diet is nutrionally deficient and the only reliable source for humans to compansate is to eat meat

  • Trying the recipe as we speak! Except I am using smoked apple sage vegan sausage links and adding some tomato sauce instead of fresh tomato at the end cause i dont have one ��

  • Isn’t it true that with this virus that the big damage is done with an over reaction of the immune system. So perhaps a slightly weak response might be a good thing? I say this because in seen reports that immuno-modulating medications could be helpful.

  • For all the people who don’t like kale I replied to a comment and thought I’d copy it here:
    There are several different types of kale that taste different from each other maybe try another type. My favourite is curly kale I’m not into the Lacinato variety, personally.
    Try cooking your kale until it’s soft especially if you have difficulty digesting veggies.
    It’s important that you don’t let winter greens (like kale) get old and tough cook it while it’s fresh to get a tender result. You can then freeze it for later use.

    I like to cook mine (chopped up and submerged in plenty of water) in a pressure cooker on medium to low heat until it gets soft. I then season it with salt, pepper and garlic powder.
    It’s best to use non-metallic pots and utensils and keep the lid tightly closed for the majority of the time to help keep the colour bright green.

    I eat it in burritos, on pizza, mixed with mashed potatoes or even on toast with avocado.

    Otherwise, there are mustard greens, different types of cabbage, Swiss chard/Mangold, collards, turnip greens, beet greens, Stinging Nettles (my favourite of all greens), broccolini, broccoli rabe, etc., so you don’t absolutely have to eat kale! Good luck:)

  • Hey Mic. Many vegans are going to die as a direct result of listening to you. You have weakened the immune system of thousands of people. If being vegan makes you so healthy prove it. Go lick a doornob. You save animals and kill people.

  • Where do you get the vitamin D from though? Even if eating seafood & eggs, it’s difficult to get the suggested amounts…
    I don’t really want to resort to supplements, but i’m thinking of going vegan.

  • 1. Eat 10 fruits/veggies per day.
    2. Eat less processed foods.
    3. Eat dark green leaves veggies.
    4. Go colorful in your plate!
    5. Incorporate b12 vitamin.
    6. Consume a range of vitamin and nutrients. Go for flaxseeds and chia seeds.
    7. Get enough plant protein. (Lentils, chickpeas, seitan…)
    8. 80/20 Pareto law. 80 percent healthy, 20 junk food 😉
    9. Eat home cooked food.
    10. Less refined carbohydrates. Switch normal pasta to brown pasta, same with rice.

  • How is color relevant to a balanced diet? The most colorful plants in nature are colorful because they’re poisonous. Just because the plate looks pretty doesn’t mean it’s healthy…

  • Cut the oils out of all their recipes. Go whole food plant based for the win. Go to cronometer and measure what you’re getting each day and what you’re not, and adjust.

  • Fibre is the biggest conspiracy myth to ever come out of the food manufacturing industry age, n you vegans hell bent on being natural are STILL perpetuating it despite the mountain of proof of health conditions and allergies directly related to plant foods a Carnivore dieter simply said good bye to n never looked back. No more insulins spikes, decreased diabetes risk, no more auto immune issues etc etc etc… all PLANT based food consumption related… you wanna get fit, strong, get a massive sex drive, get total mental clarity,eat far less far less fequently, have better sleep etc t???? Ditch the plants n processed sugars n go 100% Carnivore!!!. Stop believing the trendy hype. WE DID NOT EVOLVE INTO THE STRONGST FORM OF HUMANS EATING PLANTS DURING THE LAST ICEAGE, BECAUSE THERE WAS VIRTUALLY NONE, FACT!

  • Great video and my immune system is great because I eat only a vegan whole plant foods based diet with garlic, turmeric in most recipes daily and I love my vegetables and fruits.

  • I want to see a video about how vegans can lose more weight. I stopped eating nuts, peanut butter, dried fruit, and regular fruit for almost a month and didn’t lose any weight. I don’t eat oils or processed foods. I want to lose fifteen more pounds. Why do bodies stop losing weight? I’m at the very top of the acceptable BMI scale for my age and height. I’m not muscular. I should weigh much less. Is the cause too much cortisol? I want to know all of the possibilities. If I get desperate I might just try eating only rice to see what happens.

  • We can increase the functional reserves of the body, so that when the immune system is in a battle with a new pathogen the body can endure the challenge with minimum discomfort and in the shortest time possible:

  • Florida, Georgia and California have low CV-19 deaths. NYC and other rust belt cities have high rates. I am convinced that vitamin D has a lot to do with this. Vitamin D is needed for the immune system to work properly, and more is better, when the immune system has to work very hard. 2) Old people, shut away in “homes” have Very Low Vitamin D levels. 3) African Americans high death rates can also be explained by their very low vitamin D levels. (from their black skin)


  • This is my first time enjoying your YouTube channel. Great work! I’m looking forward to more great content from you. Thank you so much for this informative video! I got so much out of it.

  • I’m making that it looks good ❤️❤️������ I appreciate u mg daughter told me about u. I haven’t eaten fish or meat in 5 yrs n don’t miss it ������

  • Yeah “IMMUNE”..what a word..I guess if I become vegan I would become completely indestructible?? hmm let me try that..starting today I will only eat veggies and touch infected people because I’m immune ridiculous..

  • Have beef, bacon, eggs while you eliminate all processed foods including vegetable oils and you’ll truly boost your immune system. Don’t believe me? Check the facts, but don’t go by epidemiologic studies cos they’re all just biased opinions with nothing scientific about them. Check MeatRx.

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  • great video as always Mic I’ve been supplementing most of what you mentioned here. My addition would be Colloidal Silver. The brand I use is called Sovereign Silver. Since the pandemic I’ve been taking 3 to 4 teaspoons spread out over the day. Also turmeric, I use the powdered form. Hope this helps someone somewhere.

  • If we shouldn’t drink then the news media has got to stop intentionally trying to freak us out! Science is great but so is real data. I suggest everyone watch Dr. Pam Popper’s videos about the Coronavirus.

  • Thanks for sharing this good info, for Vit D best off taking a supplement or get some sun, the levels in all foods are way too low. I get mine tested every few months along with a few others in the UK at, the link will get your 50% your first test.

  • Maybe a dumb question, but is it possible that boosting immunity in younger, healthy people may potentially be unhelpful at this time? I only ask because deaths associated with younger people who have no underlying health conditions tend to be due to the immune system going into overdrive or a ‘cytokine storm’ and for the first time I am terrified to be young and healthy lol

  • Prophylaxis. If you have a movement to using the French treatment EARLY in the process, fewer and fewer will need to go to the ICU. Then the system will not be overloaded. The use of the quick Abbott Labs test can give a fast confirmation. Start the French protocol immediately at the ONSET of symptoms. This way, you still build herd immunity. Death rates will drop well below 1.0%.

  • People are staying home and now we need the government to sanitize the streets, subways and everything every day. Also viruses live in acidic bodies. We need to drink ALKALINE water, teas and food. Also to help your immune system take some garlic pills. Drink Chamomile, green and dandalion teas every day also make ALKALINE water by  Mixing baking soda and lime juice in water and drink it every day and stop eating animals. Animals are our friends not food.

  • Complete nonsense to deprive your body of the most essential animal proteins and saturated fats that make your hormones, your muscles, your artery walls, your joints and your brain cells and more… vegans neither live longer nor better! Actually dropping all sugar, all alcohol and most carbs will make you a lot younger and healthier than going vegan. Add to that cutting out milk products and vegetable seed oils and most of your inflammation will disappear. The propaganda to do vegan is insane… it has no medical basis.

  • Hi, �� Could you please do a video on regenerative agriculture and soil health? Even vegan (conventional) farming has desastrous effects on the planet, the animals and human health. We could even reverse climate change, if we just did ot right. As research and just in general, i recommend you watch speeches from Christine Jones, Elaine Ingham, Gabe Brown, Ray Archuletta and David R. Montgomery. From David i can also recommend his book called Growing a Revolution. What i learned is that we CAN and HAVE TO change and do better. ������ that’s why we need to learn how and why to do it better ☺ Thanks! (For even reading this comment ��) Also, Elaine Ingham has great YT short videos about the Soil Food Web that are great to get in much knowledge fast. ☺

  • From my experience (2 years of taking them) Probiotics work brilliantly. My immune system and recovery speed is brilliant now.
    You must take them every day though (when you are perfectly healthy) They don’t work like medicine.

  • Tab consider feeding your dog raw. My dog has been on it for about a month. He loves it and I’ve notice that his coat is way more softer and poop is not smelly or big.

  • This is a great video! I also posted a similar video with links to all the supporting videos on each topic from Check it out!

  • I read that during the Pandemic of 1918 they suggested people take baking soda to alkalize their as that seems to fight viruses. The WFPB diet I eat seems to be very alkalize. So those eating a WFPB diet may have heightened immunity to Covid-19. It’s interesting this is not mentioned much as drug companies can’t make money off of this solution. It would be interesting to seem more research into this subject. Thanks.

  • Ive recently just recovered from Covid-19, it was hell…but ive been getting obsessed with boosting my immune defences as ive had 4 viruses/infections in the last 3.5 months, and c-19 is no joke. I think my white blood cell count is low, so going to try an be a lot stricter on my nutrition…sugar is a weakspot for me and can attack the immune system. I had c-19 for 8 days but thankfully not severe/critical, and im positive taking in the immune boosting nutrients and supplements i feel more energetic and stronger than ever. Eat what God provided us foods created by man spoils us

  • Adding more zinc to your diet can also help to protect you. 

    “A Cochrane review updated in 2013 summarized 18 randomized controlled trials involving 1,781 participants across all age groups found that zinc – particularly in lozenge or syrup form – “inhibits replication of the virus” that cause the common cold and shortens average duration of the common cold when taken within 24 hours of onset of symptoms at a dose of more than 75 milligrams a day.”

    “A virologist’s take on Zinc and COVID-19

    The email was one that James A. Robb sent to friends and family. He is University of Colorado School of Medicine MD, a pathologist, and molecular virologist who, while at the University of California, San Diego in the 1970s, did pioneering work in understanding coronaviruses. He wrote:

    Stock up now with zinc lozenges. These lozenges have been proven to be effective in blocking coronavirus (and most other viruses) from multiplying in your throat and nasopharynx. Use as directed several times each day when you begin to feel ANY “cold-like” symptoms beginning. It is best to lie down and let the lozenge dissolve in the back of your throat and nasopharynx. Cold-Eeze lozenges is one brand available, but there are other brands available.”

  • Quercetin, a flavonoid found in plant foods, especially buckwheat. Researchers are trialing this substance against corona in Montreal. It has already been shown effective against Ebola and zika virus:

  • Sorry guys, but you should have stopped the video after admitting you’re not dietitians. Opinions and tips are ok for recipes, not for nutrition.

  • 1. Microbiome
    2. Increase Sleep
    3. Reduce Stress
    4. Regular Moderate Exercise
    5. Diet
    6. Garlic
    7. Vitamin C
    8. Vitamin D
    9. Avoid Alcohol

  • Well, I’ve had a sore throat on and off for the past 2 weeks now. Not as bad as the hacking coughs of my sick housemates, and I’ve been in close contact with them.:)

  • I’ll be honest, when I saw Mic I was concerned this would have a vegan bias which would discredit it, but I’ve been pleasantly surprised ��

  • Awesome video! Just want to point out the microbiome contains more than simply bacteria. There’s also fungi, archaea, protists, and viruses (yep, we actually need viruses in and on our bodies to survive).

  • “alcohol reduces the quality of your sleep” is this really proven though. I tend to sleep like a baby when I’ve had a little to drink. seemed to me like alcohol’s main saving grace.

  • Very well done! I feel encouraged to move towards a Vegan diet rather than insulted that I’m not. Thank you for such a well-balanced commentary on beginning the Vegan journey! Best to you!

  • My suggestion for #10 is Zinc! Because viruses cannot replicate in the presence of zinc, it is wise to slowly melt a zinc lozenge in your mouth, filling your airways & lungs with a protective coating. I’ve used this to ward off colds for the past 30 years (did you know that the common cold is a mild coronavirus?)

  • This is awesome! Surprised more people are not going back to the basics here! Glad to see the science catching up on what keeps you healthy!

  • I have had lifelong chronic asthma since childhood. Going 100% whole foods plant based helped immensely. Also, crucially for my asthma: high doses of Vitamin D3. Dosage: 5000IU and higher. Recommended doses are too low and likely why 70% of people on earth are deficient: your skin cannot make D3 year round in all parts of the world, so SUPPLEMENT. Importantly: ensure you get enough K2 with it to avoid possible toxicity effects, ie 1 cup minimum per day of chopped leafy greens, parsley is a BIG TIME winner. If anyone has any questions about this protocol, I am happy to send out an email I have compiled for others with chronic illnesses. This isn’t something I randomly decided on, I researched extensively and ready many books/studies before settling on high doses of D3 to treat my asthma. Also: I have been behaving as though I am sick and have stayed home for almost two weeks now except for groceries. Results: I have never felt so healthy! I have served tables for a million years and always get sick from colleagues and customers, literally after every weekend after work in the winter I feel myself warding off a fresh infection. I can guarantee that people do not wash their hands, since we rarely have to refill the soap in restaurants, scary fact, pre-Covid. Since I haven’t been at work for two weeks, I almost feel like I don’t have asthma anymore. And apparently CO2 emissions are super low, which could be helping too.

  • Lemon pepper is a great salt free seasoning that adds so much brightness! Auntie Fee may not have been a healthy cook, but she was 100% right on the lemon pepper.

  • I do not smoke (anymore), i do not use alcohol only on small occasions with friends, i eat from varied source, cut out almost all meat, eat tons of fruits, strength exercise between 5 to 3 times per week, cardio 15 minutes to 20 minutes 2 to 3 times per week. And i am over 50. Never felt better in my life.

  • Hello again. I’ve made another Corona virus parody song, this one’s more peppy. Again I’ve used this video cover, at 4.53 min. Thanks again. And this original Hindi song is a very enjoyable and charming video, overall grungy chic effect with a lovestruck teenage boy and his gang dancing on the streets of Mumbai. Excellent video I think, very musical and entertaining. Bound to make you smile. He’s asking the breeze to organise a meeting with a beautiful girl he has seen and is dying to meet. ��. In my parody I ask the breeze, Hawa, to blow Corona away. At 2.40 min I show a message on factory farming and at the end at 5.42 a message on vegan food.

  • I can’t get enough of you. Yes my last name is Brown too…..we cousins cause I said so and that’s my business ����…..Love y’all to pieces. Continued blessings to you my dear cuz ������

  • Thank you so much, this is the best video I’ve seen since this whole corona thing started. There’s actually some positive energy in here. I’ve found that more and more, the crazy vegan types out there are my favorite sorts of people to listen to, and this crazy vegan guy in this video isn’t really all that crazy. He’s an inspiration.

  • Tab, gurl you is alright by me. You make my day. I so enjoy watching you cook. Because of you and your testimony. I am doing a 30 day vegan challenge. So far so good. Keep be amazing. Peace & Blessings to you and your family.

  • No oils and no smoothies. The only processed foods I consume are soy milk and tofu however they are minimally processed and the whole components are still there nothing’s been removed. I do eat white rice because my favorite vegan Thai restaurant uses oil in their brown rice. However, I don’t eat there every day. Once a week. I eat a teeny tiny bit of chocolate everyday, it only has three ingredients. I drink one to two glasses of red wine a day and one cup of organic coffee that’s a blend of regular and decaf. Otherwise, I’m WFPB about 95% of the time, 100% vegan.

  • Middle class kindergarten cookery, Great would be pleased, or would she? Noticed the over use of cooking gadgetry: pots, pans etc. Fry, roast, grill, bake and refrigerate, even reference to using a microwave! Japanese seaweed and various other international luxury condiments. Grown in the UK or transported halfway around the world by plane or ship? Don’t get me wrong, but if you are thinking sustainable veganism grow your own, buy local, try one pot recipes and cut down on unnecessary carbs too, hey chocolate ganache on pan au chocolat, really?

  • Recently discovered you hear on YouTube, really loving your videos so far except for the fact that I am blind.. I noticed you probably show your product in the camera more so than talk about it I was wondering if maybe you could describe some of the things a little more in detail.

  • Hello beautiful woman of God! I love your spirit and beautiful smile �� I love how you keep it real! You are definitely a natural. I can’t wait to try this recipe. God bless you and your family, love you ♥️

  • Tabitha Brown you are too funny for words. Girl you had me laughing when you start eating that food and dancing. You should have your own vegan show. And since I’m getting ready to give you the lowdown on what type of show it should be don’t forget invite me on your show once you get started because I’ve been vegan for years. I love the vegan lifestyle because it makes me feel so good and healthy. The show would be about you cooking three meals in a 30 minute segments but you joking and laughing with the audience at the same time. Then you pick several nonvegans from the audience to sample the food.

  • Love these videos…uplifting, I’m learning so much in a much simpler way about going vegan and this tine Tabitha hums I find myself humming right along…

  • Hey Tab did the sausage get a rubbery texture after cooking it so long? Also I’m not sure the date of this video but they changed the formula to the sausage and it’s weird now. I no longer buy it.
    Love your videos!!! ��


  • i’m educating myself more on the vegan life and honestly i want to become one. it’s honestly way better for the earth and me. i actually feel like i can pull this off even tho i am a big meat eater

  • I just found your channel and subscribed. I’m trying to go vegan �� myself but it’s hard when my husband won’t budge on the change.

  • So for the 96 assholes that just hate on this lady. because she know how to do her own thing and do it her way. which is her business, just a bunch of got idiots in the comments that state that they eat less processed food but their skin. is not as beautiful as hers beautiful Gene’s, long before she became a vegan. she always had perfect glowing skin no Botox no liver spots, no pink, or orange skin,������☠️������ perfect melanated I love it. No need to get fillers shot in her face unlike some people just natural melanated beauty. ����������‼️������

  • I must be the only manicure is that truly loves the ideal of the different color nail polish cuz that’s what I’ve been doing for over 20 years. And it’s so refreshing to see somebody beautiful that looks like me just a little darker that is a model actress and a beautiful cook with a fun sense of humor I truly adore tab ������������������‼️❇️✳️��️��✨��. Thanks for giving beautiful fun ideas and keeping it real at the same time.

  • Hahaha most cringy vegan, mic the vegan. High glycemic index Fruits don’t boost your immune system guys. And garlic is not proven as immune system boosting effects.

  • Auntie tab, can you do a video explaining why processed vegan foods arent great to eat often? And how often you should be eating them?

  • U better eat sista…. i love it… if they try to say sum get em out of there �� period…�� I love u the momma I wish I had for real…

  • I love mic with all my heart! But why the fuck even mention meat as D vitamins! It’s not and option especially now when the cause was because of farming animals. Why even mention. So upset

  • OMMMGGG….I love this lady…!!..”That using the same knife” part took me completely out (But that’s my business!)…!

  • oooh Tab
    I made the mistake of watching a few of your videos BEFORE I had eaten dinner lol

    and had to stop mid video to get my salad together and eat while you prepped lol

    thank you for reminding me to GO EAT!!! ����‍♀️��

    it looks delicious

  • Love your rainbow manicure. I bet you get up front in church and sing solos you got a pretty singing voice. Keep on being you Tab and doing your thing.