Let’s face it…when taking a detour with your diet, the success or failure depends on how you approach it. Much of that depends on the quality of information or clues you find to help you arrive at your destination of better health.
The following short list of vegan success clues I’d like to share with you will help point your vegan diet detour in the direction of alive.
Going Vegan Clue #1: Try On The Shoes Of An Optimistic Vegan. When you are sampling new vegan foods, be bold. Take some chances on new vegan dishes. Then, once you discover what foods you like, find out why it’s healthy to eat.
While in the shoes of optimism, walk on down to a vegan restaurant and see for yourself that it is totally possible to create amazing tasting food that is animal-free.
Going Vegan Clue #2: Slow down. If you go vegan with a gradual approach, it will give your taste buds a chance to phase out cravings. The approach, “One day a carnivore, next day full-on vegan,” might be too abrupt. In brief, as I adopted a plant-based diet and learned more about the ethics of eating, my appetite for eating animals dwindled. I didn’t have a strict goal set for a specific day to go vegan.
The lesson here is to set up your vegan transition for success by being flexible at first. Phase into it.
Going Vegan Clue #3: Focus On The Difference You Are Making As A Vegan. Consuming cruelty-free, food is easy to feel good about. No, I’m not promising happiness if you go vegan.
Although, it doesn’t hurt your chances for feeling connected to something greater than yourself. Why? Eating cruelty-free foods means that vegans are living a compassionate lifestyle. It makes you feel connected to Mother Earth. We all have the need to feel connected. Going vegan fulfills that need.
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