What does Veganism means for you?

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What is the meaning of Veganism for you?

In the second article of the sequence, we will look into what veganisme is for each of the influencers. Short explanation of veganism: vegans do not eat or use animals, something that comes from an animal or that has been tested on an animal. They do not eat meat or fish. But also no dairy products, eggs and other products of animal origin or with animal ingredients.

What is your meaning of veganism

Foodhealthandhappiness 

Everything! It is a continuous process! So not only when you eat, but you are busy with it all day. Through my blog I would like to show that vegan food is really not difficult! When people hear that you eat vegan, I sometimes get the question “Oh, but what do you still eat?” Well everything, but just a little bit differently! And I want to show that! But also when it comes to toiletries, makeup, clothing, shoes etc, I always look at the Vegan options! Still In Love with my Vegan Dr. Martens!

Kim is 40 years old and enjoys yoga and sports and is the founder of

Julianpiket 

Living in a sustainable, animal cruelty free world.

Julian Piket

Julian is 28 years old and lives in Amsterdam. He mostly post about menswear, his work and his plant based lifestyle.

Vetjebol

For us veganism means equality for the voiceless. Also striving for a better and more sustainable world. And of course the amazing food!

Its about Health 

Veganism, for me, means that we look after all the animals on this planet and that we take care of our planet. Not only for now, but also for the future. Veganism isn’t about whether you like or hate animals, it is about caring for ourselves, for our animals, for the future and for our planet.

Nannique Spiek is 17 years old and owner of food and sport blog www.itsabouthealth.nl 

Aennacole 

Veganism means peace to me. It means believing that ALL kinds deserve to live. This is quite personal but veganism taught me to love.

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She is a fulltime student and content creator

SquatCilla 

Cilla Zwarts-Vood, lives in Rotterdam and is the founder of SquatCilla.nl

Veganism means a lot; it’s my lifestyle. I find it seriously strange today to abuse animals in any way, in whatever form. People need no, absolutely NO, animal products in their lives. Whether it is about food, entertainment, clothing, filling pillows or whatever. The fact that animals are different from us, perhaps less intelligent or communicate differently, does not mean that we can then eat them, abuse them or abuse them in the way that suits us.

Plant Ahead 

For me, being vegan is part of living an “Eco-Positive life”. That means that you add more positive impact to our eco-system, than taking from it or harming it. I think we’ve all lost the connection with animals, nature, and other people. But if we start to see ourselves as part of the eco-system again, I believe we will make better decisions – for all of us. We can only do this when we look at the bigger picture. For example, if you are vegan, you might think you are doing a great job by not eating animal products. But if you still buy a lot of stuff and fly around the world, you still have a huge impact on our planet, which directly harms animals and our health. It’s an important message that I am trying to spread via my eco-positive products, talks and workshops. Take my coconut bowls for example. It’s a waste product that we give a new life as a beautiful bowl that you can enjoy every day. I use them to show what our planet has to offer and how we can give back by eating plant-based.

Miriam, Founder of letsplantahead.com, an international business based in Amsterdam.

Food and Spots

For us, it means that you’re being environmentally conscious. First of all, the meat and dairy industry is extremely polluting. It’s way more sustainable to eat plant based; you’re using less water and your hidden carbon impact is lower. Besides that, it’s of course also better for your own health and it means less animal cruelty.
Kirsten & Sophie, two girls from Amsterdam. that loves good food, coffee, going out for dinner, traveling and sustainability. Founders of https://foodandspots.com

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