(Disclaimer) No matter what disease it is: It always depends a) on the individual case and b) also on whether you actually eat a balanced diet with vegan food. A vegan diet is not a panacea per se, but it can be supportive for the body. It is always best to seek advice from your doctor or a nutritionist.
vegan diet for depression
Vegans are said to be more prone to depression. This is due to the possible shortage of certain substances. For example, vitamin B12, iron, and vitamin D. If deficient, they can promote depressive moods. As with any other diet, pay attention to optimal supply.
vegan diet for acne
Many acne sufferers report that by switching from animal products to an exclusively plant-based diet, they controlled pimples and acne. It’s probably because the vegan diet is more anti-inflammatory than a diet rich in animal foods like milk, meat, and “worse” fats. However, it also depends on how balanced you eat. Just because you’re vegan doesn’t mean your skin is guaranteed to get better. If, despite a vegan diet, you eat a lot of sugar, finished vegan products or drink alcohol often, the pimple can be happy. In the case of severe acne, a dermatologist should always be consulted.
Vegan diet against allergies
According to studies, people who eat meat have a higher risk of developing allergies than those who eat a purely plant-based diet. However, this must be critically analyzed on a case-by-case basis. A vegan diet can also cause allergies. For example, through soy, nuts, lupins, cereals or certain legumes, as they may contain relevant allergenic structures.
vegan diet for migraines
Those who eat vegan should be able to reduce the pain of migraines. In addition to food-related pain triggers (such as meat), this can also be due to the change in diet and the resulting altered hormonal balance or weight loss.
Vegan diet against neurodermatitis
The skin should become smoother, more elastic and cleaner through a vegan diet in neurodermatitis. Also, there should be fewer breakouts. This is probably due to the more anti-inflammatory diet.
Vegan diet for beginners.
If you want to change your diet to vegan, you should take it easy. At first, it is not so easy to replace conventional products, such as cheese, with plant-based alternatives. First you have to know what you can buy, where you can get the products and get used to the taste. For example, you can substitute meat for soy or seitan, butter for vegetable margarine, milk for soy drink or varieties of dried fruit milk, honey for agave syrup.
Don’t assume too much to begin with. If you eat a lot of meat, it may be easier to switch to a vegetarian diet first and only eat vegan as a second step.
Vegan recipes: easy and delicious
Vegan recipes get really tasty when you combine them with seasonings, spices, nuts, and seeds. Just try it!