Posts Categorized: Lifestyle

Lifestyle Inspiration

Before trying to adopt a healthier, more active and generally more positive lifestyle, I used to spend hours on YouTube, Instagram and blogs looking for inspiration and tips on how to succeed. Even now that I have made changes, I still love doing this, so thought I would share with you the people and blogs…read more

Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid of Carbs: The Starch Solution

When trying to lose weight, or simply become healthier, people are often told to stay away from carbohydrates. Many people are under the assumption that carbohydrates, such as potatoes and rice, can often actually make you gain weight, but this is not the case. According to Dr. McDougall’s book ‘The Starch Solution’ it is in…read more

The Truth Behind Your Fur Coat

Since 80-85% of the global fur trade’s products are industrially produced on fur farms, these animals endure the same confinement and poor treatment as animals farmed for meat and dairy as farmers often want to maximise their profits, at the expense of the animals. To cut costs, killing methods often include suffocation, electrocution, gassing, and poisoning, all…read more

Benefits Of Yoga

Exercise doesn’t always have to leave you huffing, puffing and aching, as activities such as yoga can have great impacts on both your body and your mind, without really feeling like you are doing exercise at all. While the thought of going out for a run often leaves me grimacing, yoga is something that I…read more

What’s Wrong With Dairy?

Most people think the meat and dairy industry are two separate things, but often, that is not the case. Animals used for dairy are often still subject to suffering in factory farms, and often also end up as meat. Both male calves and chicks are typically euthanised within the first few days of their lives, as…read more

Animal Agriculture and the Environment

Increasing pollution, deforestation, food and water shortages as well as increasing fossil fuel consumption, is putting the world under tremendous strain. With the population ever growing, expecting to reach a level of around 12 billion people by 2060, this strain is only going to get worse. One of the biggest culprits, contributing to all of…read more

Life Changing Books: The China Study

The China Study is probably among the first books that comes to mind when thinking about nutrition, and especially the vegan diet, and for good reason. The best selling book was release in 2005 by T. Colin Campbell, and has since sold over one million copies. The book outlines the relationship between the consumption of…read more

Bored? Got Netflix or YouTube? Be sure to watch these…

Before going vegan, I was always interested in the lifestyle, but never really had the urge to go that last step and convert from vegetarianism to full on veganism. I was always interested in health and nutrition, so often found myself checking out food documentaries on Netflix, little did I know that one day, it…read more

Welcome to ‘InsideEthical’

Hi guys! I thought it was about time I started my own blog, after spending countless hours reading other people’s, about the things I am passionate about. My name is Katie, I am 20 and am studying marine conservation in the UK, meaning that animals, the ocean and the environment are hugely important to me…read more

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