Virat Kohli is being trolled on the Internet because of eggs. The case is related to his diet. Actually, a fan had asked the Indian captain about his diet on Instagram. Chiku happily responded to this. Among the things he named, there was an egg. This is where the whole controversy started. The question was raised as to how can a Vegan diet eat Virat Egg. Seeing the rising of the tide, Virat came forward and clarified that he is not a vegan, but a vegetarian. Let’s
77 years old history
The Vegan Society was founded in 1944 and the term was coined, but historically the date is well ahead of time when people made it part of their diet. In 2010, United Nations published a report and stated that the Vegan Diet is our future. Now gradually, its trend has also increased rapidly in India. Common people have also seen celebrities.
What is a vegan diet, how to do it?
People do not take eggs, meat, honey, milk, dairy products in this diet. It is a way of living the vegetarian lifestyle, but it is quite different from the vegetarian diet. Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lentils, nuts and seeds are eaten in it. In this diet, there is a greater focus on eating raw foods, which contain a very small amount of fat. Low-fat and high-carb vegetarian foods are eaten. Vegan diet is done like a normal diet and it also helps in reducing weight. At what time, what to eat is pre-decided and accordingly you have to decide your schedule.
What are the benefits of vegan diet?
The biggest and the main reason is that it causes rapid weight loss. Those who follow this diet have lower body mass index (BMI) than non vegans. Diet is high in fiber, which makes you feel full and you eat less. Blood sugar control can also be of great help. Heart is healthy by following vegan diet. According to research, following this diet also reduces the risk of cancer.
What is the difference between vegan and vegetarian?
The biggest difference between the two diets is that vegan followers do not consume dairy. Vegetarian people can eat honey, eggs, all kinds of vegetables, but nothing is eaten in vegan diet. Neither meat or seafood. People who follow vegan diet do not consume anything that is a threat to the environment or the survival of animals.
(This information has been collected on the basis of various research and study. Therefore, the advice of an expert or doctor is necessary before consuming.