Albumin: a protein component in eggs.
Carmine (carmine cochineal or carminic acid): red coloring from ground up insects.
Casein (caseinate): milk protein.
Gelatin: ground up bones, cartilage, tendons and skin from animals.
Isinglass: enzyme from a fish bladder used in wine and beer to speed up fermenting.
Pepsin: from a pigs stomach, typically found in cheese.
Stearic acid (octadecanoic acid): tallow and other animal fats, found in vanilla flavorings and baked goods and sweets.
Vitamin B12: typically from animals but the synthetic form - cyanocobalamin or cobalamin - is vegan.
Vitamin D3: often sourced from lanolin, an oil excreted from the sebaceous glands of sheep or fish liver oils.
A study published in the British Medical Journal, Thorax, found cured meats may make asthma symptoms worse.
The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) found processed meat was linked to multiple types of cancers including colorectal, pancreatic and prostate cancer.
A Brief Guide to Vegan Substitutes
All your favorite dishes can be made vegan with some simple substitutes.
Dr Neal Barnard from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine found in a 2015 study that diabetic neuropathy as well as BMI and weight improved on a plant based diet.