Try going vegan this month to improve the environment and your liver health

January 19, 2024

Having trouble getting veggies on your plate? Is dinner looking more beige than ever?
Go vegan for the month of January to improve the environment and your liver health!

Veganuary is an annual challenge that aims to educate the public about veganism by encouraging people to follow a vegan lifestyle for the month of January. It is an excellent excuse to load up on different vegetables and try new meals to incorporate into your weekly rotation for the new year.

A study in 20217 revealed that eating a range of fruits and vegetables can lower elevated enzyme levels within the liver that can lead to fatty liver disease (NAFLD or MASLD), as well as lower visceral fat. Fruits and vegetables also provide other beneficial characteristics such as being low energy but high fibre, and containing several different vitamins and minerals.

Learn more about how you can go Vegan for the remainder of January by clicking below.


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