#Vegan4TenDays: Internet Challenge Opens Doors to a Plant-Based Diet
Internet challenges are nothing new, they range from being excellent for the earth as seen in the Trash Bag Challenge, to being dangerous and possibly life-threatening to young teens as seen in the Blue Whale Challenge. The newest challenge taking the internet by storm? The #Vegan4TenDays challenge. Keep reading to learn more about the challenge and how it can open the door and create opportunity for those wanting to begin a plant-based diet.
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What is the #Vegan4TenDays challenge?
The challenge is exactly what it sounds like, it’s where someone goes vegan cold turkey for ten full days. EcoWatch is a website dedicated to reporting on environmental news and for the third year in a row, they have challenged their audience and beyond to take part in a veganism challenge. They have highly encouraged people doing the challenge to post about it on their social media platform of choice, namely Instagram, using the hashtag #Vegan4TenDays to share their experience; little victories, failures, everything. The challenge is intended for all those who are not currently vegan, whether they be omnivores, pescatarians or vegetarians.
How can I participate in the challenge?
In order to participate, all you have to do is ditch animal products for ten days, and of course, longer if you find that veganism is for you. There is no need to sign up or register for anything! Again, EcoWatch does advise that you share your journey with everyone on social media to bring awareness to the challenge. Looking for awesome, family-friendly recipes? Try our healthy vegan butternut squash mac and cheese or our vegan French toast.
Why is this internet challenge important for veganism?
Wanting to successfully nail a challenge is simply part of human nature. so when it involves something that can make the earth more sustainable for the future, there is no denying that it is a good thing. This challenge can show veganism to a new crowd of people, those who may have never considered it before. Imagine how many animals could be saved even if only 500 people participated, told a friend about it, and kept the cycle going. The potential impact is insane.
Who will you challenge to take on the #Vegan4TenDays challenge? Let me know in the comments below.