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Stop Cruelty

Billions of Animals are Abused every year, because of our food and living habits (our never-ending Greed and Desires).

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Billions of Animals are Abused every year, because of our food and living habits (our never-ending Greed and Desires).

  • Globally, an animal is abused every minute.
  • 97% of all abused animals are farm animals.
  • About 9 billion chickens are killed for their flesh every year.
  • Dairy cows live only 25%-33% of their natural lifespan.

What is Veganism?

Who is Vegan?

Veganism is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly in diet, and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals. An individual who follows the philosophy is known as a VEGAN.


What is Veganism?

Who is Vegan?

Veganism is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly in diet, and an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of animals. An individual who follows the philosophy is known as a VEGAN.


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It was coined by Donald Watson. The term ‘VEGAN’ was chosen by combining the first and last letters of ‘VEGETARIAN’ 

VEGANS eat plant-based food – fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes & pulses, nuts & seeds. A well balanced plant-based diet has all the nutrition needed.

VEGANS chose not to consume meat, dairy, eggs, fish or any other animal derived products 

Eg: honey, gelatin

Honey is an animal product and is therefore avoided by VEGANS. Bees produce honey for themselves not for humans. They are often harmed in the honey gathering process.

Commercially, an exploitative process, a lot of bees are factory farmed and live in unnatural conditions. The queen is often artificially inseminated, her wings are clipped to prevent her from leaving the hive and is replaced (killed) after 1 or 2 years (normal life span is around 5 years).

Many bees are killed when the hive is smoked to take out honey. They are transported to pollinate crops and many die in this process.

Culling is a process done either at the end of the pollinating season or when there is an outbreak of disease, where the colony is killed to save costs over the winter months as it’s cheaper to start with a new batch of bees when the season begins again, rather than to look after their existing colony. 

A bee only makes a 1/12th of a teaspoon of honey in their lifetime.

Honey can be replaced in your diet by date syrup, maple syrup, agave nectar, molasses and we should avoid purchase of products containing beeswax and honey.



Vitamin B12 plays an essential role in the production of your red blood cells and DNA, as well as the proper functioning of your nervous system.

It is made by bacteria in the soil but the sanitized methods of food production nowadays have made it difficult to obtain. Nowadays even animals are given B12 shots. Vegans can easily obtain the recommended levels of B12 via B12 supplements or foods that are fortified with B12.  

Nutritionists recommend that vegans take a multivitamin or vitamin B12 supplement or eat foods that are fortified with this essential vitamin. For most vegans, the easiest way to ensure B-12, is to take a cyanocobalamin-based tablet.

B12 or Cobalamin is not required in large amounts as it is stored in the liver for years. Since it plays an essential role in our health, vegans simply need to make sure they have a reliable source of this essential nutrient.  The recommended daily intake of Vitamin B12 for healthy adult men and women is 2.4 mcg.


It’s a misconception that one can’t get enough protein on a plant-based diet. Protein is found in almost every food and is it almost impossible to be protein deficient as long as you have a balanced diet. It’s easy to get what is needed from beans, nuts, seeds, grains, soy and vegetables. 

Protein is an essential macronutrient, needed for growth and repair of the body and maintenance of good health. The recommended daily allowance for adults is 0.8 grams per kg. of bodyweight. Unlike animal proteins, plant proteins are high in fibre and without the added saturated fat and cholesterol.

People have to understand that industries have done deceptive marketing in this way and we have been told only the wrong things in it.

The animals which we create by artificial breeding are number of crores and if all those animals are vegetarian then they have to feed grains only.

To feed them, we have cut many forests and grown crores of tons of food grains so that we can feed them enough food for the whole year or for 6 months, and then we can kill them and eat them. Almost all these animals eat 10 to 15 times more grain than us. So because of our eating meat, 10 to 15 times more grains are used.

If everyone became vegan, we would not need to grow so much grain. Starvation will be eradicated, and many forests, water, and many of our resources will also be saved.

Every non-vegetarian person does not kill animals himself, you people buy and eat the meat which is already available in the market. But you have to understand that when we demand meat then only it is available in the market.

There is only one way to get meat and that is to kill animals. As civilized people, we don’t kill animals ourselves but we definitely create demand for meat in the market. So some poor do the dirty and cruel work of killing animals to run their own household. When we ask for meat, even if we are not guilty of it, we definitely become responsible for it.

Vegan is a plant-based diet. So if you consume all kinds of vegetables, fruits, pulses, legumes, and dry fruits, then you will easily get all the nutrients you need, but you can eat only pulses, rice, or any one type of vegetable. If you eat, you will be deficient in nutrients because all types of proteins and minerals are spread in various plants. So only after consuming all types of vegetables, fruits, and pulses, you will be able to get essential elements except Vitamin D. You will get Vitamin D from sunlight. Apart from this, you will get all kinds of nutrition in a vegan diet.

Veganism is all about eating a plant-based diet and living a lifestyle that is full of compassion and kindness. So there is no need to consult any doctor to eat good food and lead a good life because a plant-based diet is very good for health. But if you have any health-related problem, then you can definitely consult a doctor. But many diseases can be cured or brought under control because of this vegan diet such as diabetes, high blood pressure, weak bones, etc.

Due to the vegan diet, type 2 diabetes can be cured to a great extent or even completely eradicated.

Reducing oil intake and adopting a vegan diet can lead to a reduction in high blood pressure within a period of 2 to 3 weeks, Many studies show that due to excessive consumption of milk and milk products, the body produces a lot of acids and pulls calcium from your bones to maintain the alkaline balance in the body, so if you consume milk and milk products your bones will become weak. 

Despite common misconceptions that being vegan is expensive, the reality is that veganism can actually be a very cost-effective dietary choice. This is because veganism involves avoiding expensive animal products such as ghee, milk, cheese, eggs, fish, cheese, butter, and meat, and instead emphasizes the consumption of affordable plant-based foods like vegetables, grains, and fruits that are widely accessible in any market. Furthermore, there is no need to purchase expensive or imported vegan products, as a cheap plant-based diet can be easily followed.

After giving up these animal products, you will feel freer because you are living your life ethically and with your beliefs. You don’t need to use any product that is cruel like wool, honey, milk, curd, cheese, leather, etc. Instead, use cruelty-free products that you can easily find anywhere. Today is the era of the internet, you can order products online. Go vegan because it is an affordable, ethical and healthy lifestyle.

YYCare organization works to spread awareness and before anything happens it is very important for everyone to have awareness and knowledge, this will be our first step towards a big change.

YVCare is working to spread awareness and knowledge about Veganism in India. So the first step towards a good and lasting change is to give information and knowledge. We cannot do everything and if we start doing everything then we will not be able to do this work. There is a great need for awareness and knowledge in India because people in India have very little knowledge about Veganism. If we strengthen the foundation today, we will be able to build a better world tomorrow.

It is a fact that soy farming causes a lot of damage to the environment. Soya uses a lot of water as compared to other grains and when we industrialize or genetically modify (GMO) soya, it creates a lot of toxins because a lot of chemicals are used in this farming and it has a very bad effect on the earth. If there is an effect, then it is harmful to the environment. 

But you will be surprised to know that 70 to 80% of the soya we grow goes into the food of animal farming animals so these animals grow up quickly. So if you are so concerned about the environment then you have to stop animal farming first. Another misconception about veganism is that vegan people only eat soy, so soy is one thing in vegan food, if you like it, eat it and if you don’t like it, don’t eat it, you have many other options like vegetables, Fruits, and pulses. 

Another misconception is that most of the protein in a vegan diet comes from soy. If you look at the market or online sites, then 80% of the vegan protein is soy free. So that protein comes from wheat, chickpeas, and different grains. So it is a very common misconception that vegans eat too much soy and are harming the planet.

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