How To Transition Safely From An Omnivorous Type Diet To A Vegan One.

Many people want to switch to vegan diet. In this article we will discuss about the way to transition to vegan diet from an omnivorous type diet.
How to transition safely from an omnivorous type diet to a Vegan one.
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Most people who want to try the Vegan diet make the mistake of just diving into it. The human body can't transition from an Arnold Schwarzenegger mostly meat based diet into a Vegan one over night. Your body will either crash, reject the diet or within a few days you will have to go back to eating meat. Human beings are not machines, we are creatures of habit and if you suddenly take something away from us that we are used to having all the time this usually messes with our heads more than our bodies.

The best way for a

meat eater to transition from their diet into the Vegan one is by taking little baby steps towards it. Start learning about vegetable alternatives to animal protein and see if you like them. It is fair to say that if you don't like the alternative protein you may never be able to overcome your own will to eat meat.

A good idea is to go slowly through the process by removing the red meat first. Go with the white meats for a while until you are ready to give them up and just have fish. Some people say that you are what you eat. If that is the case, then it is no wonder that eating cows who are very rich in fat and live lazy lifestyles will also make us fat and lazy. Perhaps that is also why people who eat just fish and not the other types of meat are healthier as some fish have to be in constant motion in order to breath and stay alive, making them less lazy than land animals and have


reduced levels of animal fat inside them.

It is also important to think about the fact that to avoid cows and other land animals from getting viruses that would cause them to die prematurely many farms are forced to give these animals antibiotics or flu shots. Whenever you eat an animal remember that you are also ingesting various poisons as many of these chemicals will linger within them and never truly be expunged from their bodies. Although the same can be said about ingesting pesticides and so truly there is really no safe food out there unless you grow it in your personal garden but at the very least if you are careful in removing the peel you have a better chance of eating healthy food as a Vegan or vegetarian.

Going Vegan is a process, one that needs to be taken seriously and the best way to transition into it is by leading yourself towards the vegetarian diet first. Once you are able to live on a vegetarian diet for quite a few months without needing meat then you can start trying to replace eggs, cheese and other dairy products with vegetarian alternatives.

Remember that almonds and coconut milk substitutes are readily available at your local grocery store. It is just that most people have no clue that they even exist.

In conclusion if you are serious about trying the Vegan diet make sure to take things one step at a time or you will either fail or will eventually need to go back to your regular diet.



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