loader image
Learn About Nutrition
logo
SEARCH
Generic filters
Filter by Categories
About
Air Pollution
Allopathic Medicine
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Calorie Restriction
Cancer
Coffee
Cosmetics
COVID-19
Detoxification
Diabetes
Drinking Water
Editor Picks
Help and Support
Inflammation
Longevity
Milk
Obesity
Optimal Diet
ORAC
Paleo Diet
Physical Activity
Pregnancy
Prevention
Radiation
Raw food diet
Toxicity
Uncategorized
Vegan Diet
Vitamin D

Frequently Asked Questions

 

How is this website funded?

Goveganway.com is a free and open website. There is no members-only area for paying subscribers. Our website and people behind our organization are funded by a third-party advertisement that is visible in a sidebar area. Information we are offering is not under any form of corporate or any other sponsorship and it represents the objective and independent view of the author.

 

Do you accept corporate sponsorships?

Information and work that we do are independent and as objective as much as they can be. We will not support any corporation or institution just for marketing purposes.

 

Do you endorse any supplements?

There are products and supplements that the author does endorse in the books and on the website but that endorsement is based on scientific research and we will not endorse any organization or product based solely on monetary compensation.

 

Then how do the bills get paid?

If you feel like GoVeganWay.com has value and has improved your life, please consider supporting us by making a one-time or monthly donation.

 

Do you help vulnerable vegans in need and work with institutions and governments to turn the world vegan?

No.

 

Do you support any vegan or non-vegan organization?

No.

We do not support any belief system, organization, nonprofit, or any third-party system. The author of this website is not an advocate. Author and people behind this website are not guided by morals or dogma. We only believe in pure and objective scientific research.

 

Does the author make any money off of this site?

Royalties author receives from his books, advertisement on the website and your donations go for maintaining the existence of this website. The more you support us the more people we will hire and the faster we will grow.

 

How can I donate?

You can make a donation to GoVeganWay.com using a debit card, credit card, Bitcoin or by PayPal. If you are interested in supporting us please click here.

 

Do you advocate a vegan diet?

No.

The vegan diet just for itself is not healthy and is not optimized in terms of nutrition. It is better than 90 percent of other types of diets out there but still, it is not the most optimal diet. For example, oil, sugar, Coke, fries, and chips, and all other refined products are all vegan.

 

What diet do you recommend?

A whole-food plant-based diet that is nutritionally optimized in addition to other health-promoting lifestyle changes.

 

Why there are sometimes adds for meat, eggs, milk, other “junk” food and supplements and products you do not endorse on your website?

The advertising that is served on our website is contextual and produced by the Google ad network. Sometimes the AI algorithm will show a “wrong” type of advertisement. We do our best to filter out all advertising that is not appropriate. There are thousands of ads displayed on our website daily and we do not have the capabilities to handpick every add that Google ad network advertising will display. We appreciate this may be distressing to some of our visitors but we rely on advertising to pay for maintenance and existence of this website.

 

Why do you write about vegan “junk” food?

Many vegans remove animal-products out of their diets for moral and ethical reasons, some people do it because of their religious beliefs. Many people that do have a vegan diet do not avoid animal products for health reasons. There are several social media accounts that are very popular within the community, and also corporations and organizations dedicated to sharing vegan “junk” food.

 

Do the author of this website eats meat?

Yes on rare occasions. The author of this website is not an advocate of any belief system. The author of this website has a diet that is based on scientific research for the avoidance of diseases of affluence, overall health, and longevity. We write about the health benefits of a whole-food plant-based diet. If you’re against consuming the animal products for moral reasons that is fine with us, but we don’t endorse any belief systems.

 

What about global warming and animal testing?

We do write about all of the aspects of the vegan lifestyle but our main focus is to write about the health benefits of a whole-food plant-based diet.

 

What about raw, fruitarian, vegan keto, and all other types of vegan sub diets?

Author of this website endorses a diet that is in line with human evolution for optimizing overall health and longevity. The best available balance of evidence strongly suggests that a diet centered around whole plant foods is the healthiest. For more details visit our editor’s pick section.

 

On what scientific research you based your articles?

There are links beneath every article that will lead to scientific citations mentioned in the text. If you click the links you will be redirected to the source.

 

Can I share your articles?

Please do. I would be honored. The goal of our organization is to help as many people as we can. We only ask that you please adhere to our Copyright Guidelines. Sharing our articles on social media and other places is allowed with no modification and with clear identification of the source as GoVeganWay.com. Republishing or re-disseminating, in whole or in part, in any manner or form without the prior written consent of GoVeganWay.com is not.

 

Can I ask any question related to my personal health issues?

Only licensed dietitians in your country of origin are in legal terms able to give direct health medical advice. Please read our Medical Disclaimer. We cannot give personal health advice. If you have a health issue that may be related to diet, your family doctor can refer you to a registered dietitian, or you can search for an independent one.

 

Can you recommend a vegan doctor?

If you are from the U.S. you can look up at your local nutrition-oriented clinician. You can start by searching these websites:

 

Plant-based Docs – Find a Practitioner

https://plantbaseddocs.com/

 

Can I ask for a review of a specific health topic or an article to be written about specific issues?

Please do. If you have a request about reviewing any health and nutrition-related issue that is not currently reviewed on our website please be free to contact us. If you have any suggestions, advice, or idea for future articles you can send us a message on the contact page.

 

Do you cherry-pick studies for a review? What are the scientific criteria for selection?

There is nothing in nutritional science that needs to be cherry-picked. Most of the nutritional science is well documented and researched for decades now. In the last 50 years around 300,000 papers have been published on nutrition in English-language medical journals alone. The real problem is the unwillingness of institutions to “enforce” new dietary guidelines to the general population as a new nutritional policy. The food pyramid has and will be the same in the forcible future. And this is a big problem at the institutional level. The problem that has created a necessity for websites like GoVeganWay.com to exist.

 

Do you have a newsletter?

You can subscribe to receive news and video updates by clicking here. To finish a subscription process you need to click on the link in the confirmation email in your inbox. Please check your spam folder if you are unable to locate the confirmation email in your inbox. To unsubscribe from the email newsletter, please click the “Unsubscribe” button in your email newsletter.

 

Can I order bulk copies of “Go Vegan? Review of science”, for resale purposes?

The Go Vegan book series is enrolled in the Amazon Expanded Distribution option for all KDP publishers. Book is available for wholesale under Amazon Expanded Distribution to distributors.

 

Can I train to be an expert in plant-based nutrition?

Yes, you can become a dietitian or nutritionist and then specialize in plant-based nutrition. You can also train to become a doctor of naturopathic medicine (NDs). Dietitians and NDs are health professionals with a license. Their training teaches them about providing diet therapy to people who are unwell. A nutritionist title is regulated on a voluntary basis. There are also doctors of natural medicine and different types of traditional medicine.

 

How do I make a Complaint?

If you would like to make an official complaint regarding one of our articles or any other form of complaint, you can message us through the contact form on a website.

 

My question is not on this page!

Search our website.

Contact us.

error: Alert: Content is protected !!