These days, many celebrities, including NFL athletes, are making the compassionate, logical, and easy decision to go vegan. What about you? Maybe you’ve heard someone talking about the ways that animals suffer when they’re used for food or clothing. Maybe you’ve heard people discussing game-changing movies like What the Health or Okja. Or, like millions of other people, maybe you caught a glimpse of a vegan video that stuck with you while you were scrolling through Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook.
Whatever the reason, you’ve come to the right place if you’ve got questions about going vegan. As 2018 sets in, tons of outlets are sharing more vegan content than ever before. So, we’ve cherry-picked some of our favorite vegan videos from the “NowThis Food” channel on Facebook to get your mouth watering and the gears in your head turning. Check them out:
Vegan Food Videos
“People are losing their minds over this vegan BLT.”
Are you excited about these new vegan sausages from Beyond Meat? So are we.
Learn how these meat-free shrimp from New Wave Foods could be the superhero our oceans need.
Videos About Living Vegan
Being vegan isn’t only about food choices, you know. Once you’ve opened your eyes to the suffering that animals endure, you’ll find yourself looking for other ways to help them. Through your clothes, entertainment, cosmetics, and more, you can be an animal rights activist. Part of following a compassionate, conscientious lifestyle is recognizing that animals have inherent worth, even though humans callously choose to exploit them. Check out these videos from “NowThis Food” that show being vegan is more than what you eat—it’s a way of life.
“Veganism is growing at an insane rate in the U.S. and around the world.”
“[One] in 12 parents are raising their kids vegan, according to a new study.”
“This 96-year-old grandma proves it’s never too late to go vegan.”
Mesmerized by Vegan Videos?
If you’ve been thinking about making the switch, don’t wait! We’ve got all the tips, tools, and inspiration that you’ll need to go—and stay—vegan: