Tips on trying Veganism
14 Days...that was the challenge presented to me...I was in need of a nutritional challenge. I decided to research deeper and put together this list. I know it's not for everyone but I can tell you that for me...I've never felt better and continue to improve my strength on many levels.
There are many ways to become vegan, and the best approach for you will depend on your individual circumstances and goals. Here are some steps you may want to consider:
Learn about veganism. There are many resources available that can help you understand the principles and benefits of a vegan lifestyle, as well as the various dietary and ethical considerations.
Gradually transition to a vegan diet. You don't have to go vegan overnight as I did. Some people find it helpful to gradually eliminate animal products from their diet, while others prefer to make a more abrupt change.
Experiment with new foods and recipes. A vegan diet can include a wide variety of delicious and nourishing foods. Try incorporating more plant-based proteins, such as beans, lentils, and tofu, into your meals, and explore new cuisines and cooking techniques.
Make sure you're getting enough nutrients. It's important to ensure that you're meeting your nutritional needs on a vegan diet. Some nutrients, such as protein, iron, calcium, and vitamin B12, may be more challenging to obtain from plant-based sources, so you may need to take supplements or choose fortified foods.
Find support and resources. It can be helpful to connect with other vegans, either in person or online, for support, guidance, and recipe ideas. There are also many resources available, such as cookbooks, blogs, and social media groups, that can help you learn more about veganism.
By taking the time to educate yourself and plan your meals, you can make the transition to a vegan lifestyle in a way that is healthy, sustainable, and enjoyable for you.
Need more resources? My 14-Day Plant Playbook is available now for only $7.00. Many that have utilized my book have gone on to increase their plant intake and some have even had amazing results from their doctor's checkups.
Always reach out with any questions you may have. I'm not a nutritional expert but I can recommend plenty.
Good luck on your journey to consuming more plants for your muscles!