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With Halloween just around the corner, this week we are sharing two healthy and delicious DIY vegan Halloween treats! You can also learn how to trick people into eating vegan, and whether or not humans are designed to eat meat. If you have been on the fence about vegan dog food and whether or not it’s safe, we’ve also included an interview with the founder of a popular vegan dog food company! Sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s videos on VeganFlix.
Healthy VEGAN HALLOWEEN Treats | Blood & Guts Chocolate Cups & Apple & Almond Butter Alien Smiles
I thought this would be the perfect video to share this week because Halloween is so soon! In this episode of Abbey’s Kitchen, you learn how to make some of her favorite Halloween treats. By the end of this video, you’ll know how to make Blood and Guts Chocolate Cups and Apple & Almond Butter Alien Smiles. The full written instructions are in in the description box of the video! Enjoy.
“HOW TO TRICK PEOPLE INTO EATING VEGAN | 138 Carnivore-Approved Vegan Recipes | The Edgy Veg”
This is a very unusual comedy video, because it’s actually a promotion for a vegan cookbook! It was scripted perfectly, and it’s so funny to watch. This video proves that you don’t have to give up your favorite comfort foods in order to make a difference in the world. The Edgy Veg, (created by Candice Hutchings and her husband, James Aita) are on a mission to revolutionize vegan food as we know it. This comedy video will prove to you how anyone can eat vegan and enjoy it!
Are We Designed To Eat Meat? ~ Milton Mills, M.D.
This documentary is a presentation by the doctor Milton Mills. The main point of this video is to answer the question: “Are humans omnivores, carnivores, or herbivores?” Are humans biologically designed to eat meat? We all know that we can consume animal flesh, however, just because we have the ability to do something does not mean that it’s right. Milton has a very extensive background in nutrition research, and how nutrition affects the development of chronic disease. In this 56 minute video, you will learn so much about the human body and what we are truly designed to eat.
Vegan Dog Food: Interview with the Founder of V-Dog!
This vegan business is actually for dogs, not humans! V-Dog makes amazing vegan dog food formulas that are natural and free from any unnecessary fillers such as wheat, corn, etc. Dogs are omnivores, just like humans, and they can thrive on a vegan diet. In this interview with the founder of V-Dog food, you will learn more about the formula and how it’s healthy for dogs to eat plant-based. If you are hesitant to put your dog on vegan dog food, a great thing to do is get blood tests for your dog on their current meat-based diet, then feed them V-Dog for two months. Once that time is up, get another blood test for them. Dave, the founder of V-Dog, guarantees that the result will impress not only yourself but your veterinarian as well!