What To Watch Online For Some Vegan Inspiration This New Year

Plant-Based Food
Plant-Based Food
Plant-Based Food
Plant-Based Food

The year 2021 is already here, so you might have some food-related resolutions to follow through. If cutting weight or going vegan is among your New Year plans, then you might seek some movies and documentaries to inspire you in this regard. Here is a small list of those programs that can help make you follow through with those resolutions.

Okja

This Bong Joon-ho movie about animal exploitation and animal cruelty told through the perspective of a small girl, has made many people stop meat consumption. As per many individuals, the above is a bigger achievement for Bong Joon-ho than the Best Picture Oscar he won for the movie Parasite. So, watch Okja with your meat lover friends and all of you might just be urged to have plant-based meat afterward.

I Am Greta

This documentary is based on the life of Greta Thunberg, a climate activist and the world’s best-known teen vegan. There is a lot to learn from Thunberg, including the way of wholeheartedly committing to a novel cause as well as acting more for the communities. Those kinds of qualities are important to successfully make the switch from a carnivorous diet to a plant-based food eating pattern.

The Game Changers

Going vegan may seem like just another dietary fad, but seeing the American football team Tennessee Titans do it before reaching the playoffs can make you a believer. In other words, it can make you a person who believes that it is doable.

This documentary has many sportspeople who consume just plant-based products. They could offer you the needed motivation if you are seeking to stop meat consumption this Veganuary or even from this month onwards.

In Defense of Food

It takes much consideration to eat healthily. A nutritionist may tell you that if over 500 ingredients with unpronounceable names are available in the market, then you probably should not have those. This documentary based on the book entitled ‘In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto’, aids the audience in understanding what they consume. It can also help you to tackle the perennial question of what to consume.

The book author, Michael Pollan summarized whatever he has learned regarding food with this sentence: “Eat food, not too much, mostly plants.” The author breaks down the aforesaid words to aid you in making more informed decisions regarding what to have.