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Dietitian Yvonne O’Halloran tells us how


Since 2017, almost 3.7 million people have been diagnosed with diabetes in the UK, and Diabetes UK ( estimate around one million people have type 2 diabetes without knowing it. This is a scary statistic and shows us that our lifestyles need to change to decrease these evergrowing numbers. Thankfully, there is something we can do to reduce our risk of developing type 2 diabetes (or even reversing it if you have already been diagnosed) and that is to go plantbased. A high complex-carbohydrate, low-fat, vegan diet is excellent for preventing and treating diabetes type 2. Research has shown that 85-90 per cent of those who suffer with diabetes have type 2, and it is this form of diabetes that is largely lifestyle related.

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Welcome to our September issue! It’s hard to believe autumn is just round the corner – it’s still feeling pretty balmy out, which is great for making the most of being outdoors. This issue we’ve rounded up some delicious lunch recipes to take outside, where to pick up the best on-the-go vegan food and how to make the most of your lunch hour – crucial while the weather is still so favourable. We have so many inspiring vegan contributors this month. The Scary Dairy expose by Viva!, is a tough but essential read. Juliet Gellatley and her brave team work tirelessly to help share the truth about the brutal industry and campaign for change. Our artist of the month is Kate Louise Powell, an activist who is spreading the vegan message and provoking positive change through her powerful pieces of art. Be sure to catch our interview with the Ven. Alma Shri Sadhu Dharmavira – a vegan Buddhist monk who explains the importance of living compassionately and gives us an insight into his extraordinary life. Enjoy the issue!

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