What makes your favorite dessert vegan?
Well, you can’t just make it without using animal products, right?
Not at least in this case.
A new report from the World Health Organization (WHO) shows that the majority of dessert products in the world, and most notably dairy products, contain animal-derived ingredients.
The report notes that this is mainly due to the increased use of artificial sweeteners, which is also linked to the rise of obesity and diabetes.
Many of the dairy products in question are produced with animals such as cows and sheep.
The study is based on data from the WHO Food Surveys and the World Cancer Research Fund’s Global Dairy Database, which provides estimates of the worldwide dairy trade.
It notes that in 2013, dairy was the second-most-used food source in the U.S., after oil.
And the report notes the number of people who reported consuming dairy products increased from 6.2 million to 7.2 billion between 2006 and 2013.
The food industry also takes a big hit when people go vegan, as the food industry accounts for about 80% of the global consumption of dairy products.
The WHO report cites a recent study which found that a vegan diet increased consumption of saturated fat by about 50%.
It also notes that there are no studies available on the impact of vegan diets on human health.
Veganism and dairy production According to the WHO, vegan diets include eating a plant-based diet and avoiding all animal products.
This includes eggs, dairy, meat, and fish.
Dairy is the only dairy product that contains a fat, and it is the main reason why dairy products are so high in saturated fat.
The number of vegan people in the United States has risen from 10.9% in 2014 to 10.8% in 2020.
As of 2021, there are more than 8.4 million vegan households in the country.
However, it’s not just vegan diets that are contributing to the growing number of vegans.
The World Health Organisation points out that veganism is linked to a reduction in the use of animal products in many other parts of the world.
In the U, China has the highest number of animal-free households in terms of percentage, at over 5%.
The World Food Prize has a specific list of 100 countries where vegan diets are the most prevalent.
A vegan diet is also associated with a reduction of the use and consumption of other types of animal foods, such as eggs, milk, and cheese.
Vegans can still eat eggs, cheese, and eggs-based products such as tofu, but only in moderation.
They can also consume a small amount of plant-derived foods, like nuts, seeds, fruits, vegetables, and legumes.
They don’t need to be vegans if they are able to eat plant-powered food in moderation and still follow their vegan diet.
The most vegan countries in the World Dairy Index are: Denmark, Finland, France, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
There are more vegan countries than vegan countries around the world The report also notes the vegan diet can also be used to help combat the effects of the disease known as Type 2 diabetes.
The disease is the leading cause of death in the industrialized world, causing about 10.5 million deaths every year.
The risk of Type 2 is highest in people with a family history of diabetes, as well as those with an existing condition such as asthma or COPD.
Type 2 patients are at a greater risk of developing complications, such the heart disease, stroke, and other cardiovascular diseases.
There is also a connection between dairy products and the rise in obesity.
According to a 2016 study from the International Dairy Foods Association, a trade group, the average dairy consumption in the US increased from 3.5 litres per capita in 2007 to 9.4 litres per person in 2015.
As the report points out, the number one ingredient in dairy products is not the cow, but rather the animal-based egg and milk.