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Vegan Muscle Gain: The Definitive Guide

More than 14,000 people pledged formally (via this website) on December 30, 2022, not to consume any animal-derived products throughout the month of January. Since the campaign’s inception in 2014, the number of people taking part in Vega-nuary has increased by a factor of 2.
Plant-based meals was predicted to be a major trend for 2022 by restaurant consulting firm Baum + Whiteman.

For 2019, the authors write, “Thаt’s still true,” and add, “this year’s lаb-grown meаts look like profound long-rаngе gаme chаngers.” (The short writer also calls cows “prolific poopers,” so I’m thinking about hiring them to write for Popular Science.)

The food conglomerate Nestle, whose brands include Hot Pockets, Coffee Mate, Häagen-Dazs, and Digiorno, has recognized plant-based cuisine as a trend that it “believe[s] is here to stay and amplify.”

The percentage of vegan consumers in the United States has increased from 1% in 2014 to 6% now. That’s an increase of 500%, or almost 1.6 million extra individuals.

You have probably been asked about your protein intake if you are one of the millions of people who now call themselves vegan (or plаnt-bаsed, or whatever). It’s possible that others have pondered your level of power or muscular mass. This is a valid worry, after all. A high protein intake is necessary for muscle maintenance and growth. About 62% of the protein consumed in the United States comes from eggs, meat, and dairy.