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Learn about vegan diets with articles, meal plans and recipes from EatingWell's food and nutrition experts.

Ultimate Guide to the Vegan Diet

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With so many alternative milks and soy products appearing on grocery store shelves lately, it should come as no surprise that veganism is on the rise—about 3 percent of the U.S.

7-Day Vegan Meal Plan: 1,200 Calories

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Following a vegan diet, or even just including more plant-based foods in your routine, can be a healthy and delicious approach to eating. Research has shown that cutting back on animal products and eating more beans, whole grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds is associated with a decreased risk for diabetes, heart disease and certain types of cancer. Plus, you may have an easier time losing weight on a vegan diet, thanks to fiber-rich foods, which help you feel full and satisfied throughout the day.

Anne Hathaway and 6 Other Celebrities Are No Longer Vegan—Here's Why

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News flash: If you've seen your favorite celebs, best friends, or family members go on the vegan diet and tout its benefits, it doesn't mean you should ditch your burrata and fish and hop on the bandwagon, too. There are plenty of reasons to cut out animal protein, such as ethics, bodily discomfort, or medical complications and advice from a doctor. But it may not be worth it to join in for "trendy" purposes alone.

Trader Joe's New Coconut Cold Brew Lattes Are Here to Save You Money and Sugar

Another day, another love letter to Trader Joe's. I love my job. But today's love letter is extra exciting for a vegan latte fiend like myself, because TJ's has just debuted a line of canned Coconut Cold Brew Lattes!

These dairy-free caffeinated drinks come in Original and Caramel Spice varieties, and only set you back $1.99 per nine-ounce can. That's about half the price of a tall Vanilla Bean Coconut Milk Latte from Starbucks! Think of all the other Trader Joe's products we could buy with those monthly savings…

I Went Vegan for 30 Days and Here's What Happened

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Pictured Recipe: Vegan Sushi with Tomato "Tuna"