Take a journey with our illustrated veggie characters through the wonderful world of vegan nutrition, taking the first steps towards a better, healthier, nutrient-filled, compassionate lifestyle.
The book takes boring, hard to understand research, that can sometimes feel overwhelming, and breaks it down using cheerful visuals, making it a fun vegan guide. Whether you’re just curious, want to transition to this lifestyle, or are already there and just want to know more, this book is made for you.
Despite being funny and illustrated, the information in the book is completely clinical, backed by research, and has full references. Simple Happy Kitchen appeals to adults as well as children.
Simple Happy Kitchen keeps growing worldwide, and is already available in English, Polish, Turkish, and Hebrew.
Using our illustrated charts for vegan Protein, Iron and Calcium sources, you can easily meet all of your nutritional needs on a plant-based diet.
A well-planned vegan diet is rich in vitamins, minerals, good fats, fiber and a healthy intake of proteins and carbohydrates. This powerful diet offers numerous health benefits including lowered risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and obesity.
Download & print our FREE vegan sources prints and start planning your healthy menu!
New to veganism? Worried about giving up your favorite desserts? Don’t panic. You don’t need eggs to make delicious recipes. Eggs are used for binding, moisturizing and thickening. Many vegan ingredients easily perform these tasks.
Use our simple guide to enjoy egg substitutes for baking and cooking!
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Our vegan plate guide is a helpful resource for those just starting the vegan lifestyle. Based on 5 food groups, it’s the perfect diet planning aid. Actually, it's our vegan alternative to USDA MyPlate.
Want to know what vegans eat? Vegan newbies will gain a greater understanding of the nutritional aspects of the diet and learn what is needed to maintain this healthy lifestyle.
Though they aren’t legally or medically defined, “superfoods” are nutrient powerhouses that deliver mega-doses of antioxidants, vitamins, polyphenols and minerals. Eating them offers multiple health benefits. Consumers of superfoods are healthier and thinner, and eating these powerhouses may reduce your risk of chronic disease and prolong your life.
But we can find many "superfood" benefits in our daily foods! These foods may even contain more benefits than the so-called "superfoods". A lot of times, companies label their products as "superfoods" simply as a marketing strategy!
Learn about common plant-based superfoods and their health benefits from our list of superfoods.