Sunwarrior, a vegan supplement company in Southern Nevada, really wants to redefine how the world sees vegans and vegan food. The company continues to be growing rapidly during the last few years, serving the needs of vegetarians and vegans thinking about fitness, but things are shifting. Sunwarrior has started to succeed in those who aren’t vegan or may not know what vegan means.\
“From inception we has been commited to being 100% vegan, but we don’t want that to scare off customers who aren’t vegans,” Said Brent Hauver, cofounder of Sunwarrior. “We’ve evolved into some surprising markets. We’re pleased to keep these things and offer all of them with plant based options for healthy living. Our supplements really are for everyone, not only vegans and vegetarians.”
The various kinds of vegetarians could be confusing for individuals, making the theory tough to approach. You will find lacto, ovo, and lacto-ovo vegetarians, fruitarians, flexitarians, pescatarians, macrobiotics, and vegans. Each one of these eats a more plant based diet, however some eat meat after they want, some eat fish, some eat only fruits, seeds, and nuts, some eat eggs, plus some eat dairy.
“Vegan has become the easiest form of vegetarian to define,” said Hauver. “Vegans don’t use any animal products, period. This will make our supplements a healthy accessory for any diet or lifestyle. Our vegetarian protein powder, designed for smoothies, is raw, vegan, plant based food that also tastes fantastic.”
Vegans don’t eat meat, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy, or honey. They avoid junk foods that often involve animal byproducts, like refined sugar and gelatin. Vegans also abstain from using products created from or by animals including silk, wool, fur, leather, and cosmetics or soaps which have animal products included.
“Most people think there must be nothing left for vegans to consume or that our meals should be bland and boring,” Hauver said. “This just isn’t the truth. Not at all. With fruits, grains, vegetables, tofu, tempeh, nuts, seeds, mushrooms, legumes, and our supplements, the recipes are endless.”
“What is vegan?” Hauver said, “It’s an exciting plant based lifestyle with plenty of food choices and over several advantages. Eating vegan food doesn’t automatically allow you to a vegan, but it’s a great step toward improving conditioning.”