Veganuary 2022. Here’s all you need to know

Veganuary 2022. Here’s all you need to know
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Veganuary has become one of the world’s most popular New Year’s resolutions. After pigging out on virtually anything you can get your hands on over Christmas and the New year you’ll probably feel motivated to kick start your new health regime with a big bang (as opposed to easing in gently).

It’s a fact that 71%, of New Year’s resolutions, involve weight loss and fitness. The next most popular resolutions (47%) focus on improving physical health and eating better.

Veganuary rolls these 4 good resolutions into one great one that will also save you a lot of money.

Who doesn’t want to save money in January? For many of us it’s the month with the longest gap between paydays. If you’re lucky enough to get your December salary before Christmas you’ll have to wait almost 6 weeks before you get paid again.

Veganuary probably won’t change your world, you really need to do Vegan February as well.

No one really knows how many people use Veganuary as a launchpad to a new plant-based lifestyle, probably not many.

Unfortunately, most resolutions end in disappointment. On average, 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by the second week of February.

Good habits, especially major lifestyle changes, are hard to get started, But even harder to keep.

Research shows that it takes most of us around 66 days for a habit to become automatic.

So what is Veganuary, exactly?

Veganuary was launched in the UK in 2014 and aims to promote a vegan lifestyle for the first month of the year by encouraging people to take part in a plant-based diet.

Vegans believe that all creatures have the right to life and freedom and so don’t indulge in the use of animal products.

This changes what they eat and wear and also means saying no to animal products produced even if an animal is not killed for its use, this includes things like milk and cheese.

As well as helping the animals and the environment, a plant-based diet also has many important health benefits including lower cholesterol and reduced risk of heart disease.

Veganuary has grown across the world and according to numbers from the Veganuary charity, 580,000 people from 209 countries and territories took part in 2021.

98% of participants in 2021 said they would recommend doing Veganuary to a friend.

How can you take part in Veganuary 2022 this January?

You can register to take part in Veganuary 2022 for free on their website and you’ll get daily motivational coaching emails throughout January

When you register you can download the vegan Celebrity cookbook, inspired by Evanna Lynch, Joanna Lumley, Benjamin Zephaniah, John Bishop, and many other caring celebrities.

There are 100’s of great vegan recipes on the website

You’ll also find tips on eating healthily and getting the nutrients your body needs from your new diet

Volunteer and get free entry to the UK’s best music festivals

Veganuary has teamed up with My Cause UK to offer you the chance to volunteer at some of the.

In exchange for volunteering your time, you’ll get free entry to the festival (which could save you up to £280!) free tea, coffee and snacks, and around-the-clock support from a volunteer manager.

On top of that a donation will be made to Veganuary on your behalf.

Donate to Veganuary and help the fight against animal abuse and climate change.

Veganuary encourages and supports people and businesses alike to move to a plant-based diet as a way of protecting the environment, preventing animal suffering, and improving the health of millions of people.

You can donate online or participate in many of their activities throughout the year

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