One of the most popular aspects of VegOnline is the free 7 day guide to starting a vegetarian diet.
Vancouver, WA (PRWEB) February 29, 2012
VegOnline.org, one of the Internet’s most trusted sources for vegetarian and vegan recipes, articles, and information, is elated to announce a brand new site design intended to make reading simpler and content stronger.
VegOnline.org has redesigned its website in order to deliver more vegetarian recipes, more information helpful for eating a vegetarian diet, and more to love for anyone even a little curious about a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle, including nutritional facts, simple tips to stay healthy, and common arguments many face regarding vegetarianism in general.
Finding simple vegetarian resources online can be a hassle at times, so having everything contained in one place only makes things simpler. By offering separate sections for recipes, nutritional facts, general tips, and controversial issues, VegOnline has struck a balance that allows for easy searching with rich content. The goal is to deliver the strongest vegetarian friendly content in one central online location by way of bi-weekly article updates, daily recipe additions, and the 7 day free guide helping anyone set up a vegetarian diet that works for their needs.
Daily Vegetarian Recipes
Eating vegetarian is a simple act if a multitude of recipes are available to pick from in order to avoid boredom and meet daily nutritional requirements. With daily vegetarian recipes, VegOnline has ensured that a day won’t pass where readers’ insatiable hunger goes unabated. All recipes are laid out with clear cooking instructions and ingredient requirements, as well as serving size and total cooking time, making selecting a new recipe within your means simple to navigate. Plus, all recipes contain tags for key ingredients, allowing readers to either navigate quickly to their favorite foods or quickly pick out common food allergies in individual dishes.
Weekly Vegetarian Articles
Twice a week, VegOnline is updated with a new vegetarian or vegan specific article pertaining to tips on starting or maintaining a vegetarian diet, advice on how to enjoy the lifestyle best, and, every so often, articles meant to stir up thoughtful discussion or question specific notions about what it truly means to be a vegetarian. In addition, fruits, vegetables, and all manner of common foods are regularly spotlighted to emphasize their nutritional facts, health benefits, and ways to add them to any vegetarian diet.
The Free 7 Day Guide
One of the most popular aspects of VegOnline is the free 7 day guide to starting a vegetarian diet. When readers subscribe to the email series, they receive a new portion once a day for 7 days that helps them plan a strategy for making the shift from a standard diet to either a vegetarian diet or a vegan diet, depending on their commitment level or desired outcome. It takes readers step-by-step through the major points, such as deciding on the exact diet plan and how to properly avoid meat cravings. Putting things into a simple to read structure allows for readers to avoid being overwhelmed by the dietary and lifestyle change, leaving things as manageable smaller steps toward the final goal of the healthy lifestyle.
VegOnline’s Redesigned Site Encourages Community
Seeing the need to continually improve, VegOnline shifted its entire site to a new format that allows for direct community involvement. Now readers are able to comment on articles and recipes, ask specific questions, and become a part of the discussion rather than a passive bystander. The new site is streamlined to aid in quick searching by keywords and categories and now has a Facebook component, making it so that longtime readers can follow updates and news in a simple stream on their Facebook accounts. Plus, a mobile version is now available, making it possible to read new content and pull up recipes on an iPhone or Android device.
VegOnline.org is entirely free and requires no subscription. Those interested in the 7 day guide to a vegetarian diet can sign up on the homepage at http://www.vegonline.org, though that is also completely free and requires no obligation on the reader’s part past providing a name and an email address.