With January marking the start of a new year, many of us are taking the opportunity to kick start new habits, make healthier choices and get back to a more familiar routine following a perhaps over-indulgent festive period.
One of the trends that has grown over recent years on the back of this is Veganuary.
Participants promise to follow a vegan diet throughout the month of January swapping out meat, eggs and dairy for plant-based alternatives.
Its popularity has driven many manufacturers and retailers to launch new food ranges and restaurants to ramp up their vegan offerings.
Often, many have the perception that opting for plant-based foods is a healthier choice that could only improve our wellbeing.
But what impact does going vegan really have on our overall health? And could it impact our oral health too?