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“Vegan for Youth” – Attila Hildmann


Vegan for Youth Attila Hildmann

Every meal counts […] towards positive balance – not only in order to stay young, but also for the world we live on. Vegan is anti-aging for body cells and the planet!” (Translated, Vegan for Youth – Attila Hildmann)

“Vegan for Youth” is a German cookbook/dietbook that was just published. It will be released in English-speaking countries in March 2014. If you want to lose weight, get healthier and look younger, you can do this 60-day-challenge where you only eat the recipes from the book. 60 days without animal products, sugar, white flour, preservatives, fast food… It has never been easier. A glance – here – into the preview shows you that this is not a usual diet 😉 (the preview is in German but the pictures should show you all you need to see 😉 )

Part of the Preview

Part of the Preview

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Travel Tip: Veggie-Hotels.com


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VeggieHotels Logo

Another website that simply must be in your vegan/vegetarian link collection is: veggie-hotels.com.

It lists purely vegetarian accommodations worldwide. Not only hotels, but also small guesthouses, health & seminar centers, retreats and backpacker’s. VeggieHotels lists these places with the requirement that they serve neither meat nor fish.

Naturally, the majority of the listed VeggieHotels offer vegan options. Additionally, amongst the over 450 VeggieHotels there are now even more than 50 purely vegan accommodations!

I was lucky to gain small insight into the work of the start-up company during an internship. I really think it’s worth it to support them.

But just have a look for yourself! I find it quite exciting and often surf on their website, even when I’m currently not looking for an accommodation. It is really fun to have a quick view into several countries and to see how the vegetarian/vegan lifestyle is represented there. And of course one can always dream of their ideal vegan holiday 😉

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Travel Tip: HappyCow.net


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I’m always surprised when I meet a vegetarian or vegan who has never heard of HappyCow before. That’s why I would like to introduce you all to this platform.

HappyCow is a website that lists vegetarian-friendly, vegetarian and vegan restaurants and also stores around the world.

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