Despite popular belief, becoming a vegetarian and going vegan are not one in the same. Being a vegetarian involves avoiding the consumption of animals, whereas being a vegan involves removing animals and animal-byproducts from a person’s diet. In both cases, your body will benefit from a decrease in toxins and an increase in essential mineral and vitamins. However, as a vegetarian, you’ll still have exposure to some level of toxins by continuing to incorporate animal-byproducts (such as eggs, cheese, and milk) into your diet; only taking the pledge of being a vegan can completely eliminate processed foods and bodily poisons from your life, but taking such a pledge requires extreme dedication that many people may not have.
If you find that you have difficulty taking on such an extreme dietary pledge, but you have a desire to obtain the best health possible, try incorporating a few vegan soups into your diet; eventually, you might even be surprised as just how healthy going vegan will make you feel and you’ll be ready to take the plunge in no time. If you’re already a vegan, you’re probably already aware of all the potential health benefits that such a lifestyle has to offer and you’re probably just looking for a tasty soup to sample.
In either case, you’re in luck with these delicious all-vegan soup recipes to die for in the following links below.