Promotes healthy digestive system. The high fibre, high water content of the vegan diet helps feed your gut bacteria with what are known as prebiotics. Prebiotics are what probiotic bacteria feed on which are types of fibre found in fibrous fruit and vegetables.
High in sugar. Since sugar is vegan (except for honey) overconsumption is common as vegans looking for a pleasurable meal will turn to either salt or sugar to make up for the lack of animal fats in a meal. Sugar isn’t filling as well so it is easy to overconsume.
Ethically benefits environment and animal welfare. The main tenet of a vegan diet is reducing the carbon footprint we make on the planet and treating animals how they want to be treated. Even when animals are farmed humanely, which is very rare that they are, they are still being killed or drained for our pleasure.
Eating out becomes laborious. These days it is easy to find vegetarian meals but the many hidden ingredients in foods means many professionally made foods are not vegan. For instance a lot of white sugar is not vegan because they use carbon from the bones of animals to bleach it.