Indians are choosing vegan cuisines as a better option for a healthier lifestyle as the rest of the world changes its eating patterns. People have been observed substituting meat-free, nutritious vegan foods for meat. As more and more individuals in India become aware of the benefits of a healthy diet, vegan consumption is gaining up speed and expanding quickly on a daily basis. The pandemic also encouraged many to consider the benefits of eating well and becoming vegans. Being vegan means avoiding eating any animal products or animal byproducts. Animal-related eating habits are seriously harming our planet, which is another reason why people are converting to plant-based diets. Eating dairy or animal products also increases the risk of developing diabetes, certain types of cancer, and cardiovascular disorders. Additionally, several studies conducted all over the world have demonstrated that consuming meat increases mortality and contributes to the development of cancer. More people are able to have a diet high in plant-based foods as a result of increased awareness of this information. 

Fact: There is a misconception that eating vegan is an upscale habit reserved for the wealthy. This is untrue. Vegetables, fruits, rice, whole grains, and cheap legumes make up the majority of a normal vegan diet. These vegan food items are widely accessible and considerably less expensive than expensive animal goods. There is a catch to this situation: it's possible that people will pay more for food if they purchase more ready-to-eat meals or a particular vegan brand. 

Myth: Vegan Diet Has Less Protein 

Fact: Oats, quinoa, beans, spinach, tofu, lentils, broccoli, almonds, seeds, and more all include a significant amount of plant-based protein that vegans can consume. The so-called "building block of life," or protein, keeps you fuller for longer, gives you energy, and aids in muscle growth. And a vegan diet offers your body adequate nutrients to use. 

Myth: Vegan Is Restrictive 

Fact: The majority of people could find it limiting to abstain from all animal products, such as meat, cheese, eggs, and fish. Consider what you can eat instead of what you can't; you might be surprised by the variety that veganism has to offer. In fact, going vegan can broaden your horizons when it comes to cuisine, allowing you to explore new flavours, spices, and cooking techniques. (Also, it is not impossible for vegans to go out to dine with friends; this is a common misconception). 

Myth: Vegan Isn’t  Healthy 

Fact: The risks of chronic diseases like cancer, diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease are known to be reduced by veganism and other plant-based diets. Additionally, a vegan diet can help you keep a healthy weight and reduce your cholesterol. 

Myth: Being Vegan Is Difficult 

Fact: It can be difficult to modify one's lifestyle and develop new habits. However, if you follow the plan, eating a vegan diet may become second nature to you. Simply do your study to find delectable vegan alternatives to many of your favourite foods. There are numerous resources available to help you get started living a vegan lifestyle. And the more you understand about veganism—or about anything, really—the simpler it is to move forward and manage.