A plant based Vegan Starter Guide to living a healthful, balanced and happy life. Explains why living plant based is beneficial, what to expect, how to transition, what to eat, detoxing, the importance of healthy digestion glowing skin, dealing with family members, meal guides, how to eat at a restaurant, shopping lists and 30+ plant based delicious recipes that anyone will love! #getthegloweffect
Looking to drop some weight? If #weightloss, #energy boost, reduced risk of diabetes, cancer and heart disease is your concern, why not go vegan? But before you jump on the no-meat, eggs or dairy diet, know what you're getting into.
Plant-based protein, calcium, iron, and vitamin sources. (except bread / molasses — might as well just eat meat — and ignore the thing about cholesterol ... there is heavy debate about whether dietary cholesterol causes heart disease or if it's sugar) @fiance9
If you are a vegan, you can totally get all your protein needs met by eating a whole food plant-based diet. Many vegan athletes have proved this point, but you need to be smart about where to find out. That's why this vegan, plant-based protein chart is really helpful.http://bit.ly/29YJlch
If you aren’t a vegan, or even a vegetarian, it’s important to give your body a break from meat and dairy every so often. The 30 day vegan challenge is a great way to find new ways to incorporate more vegetables and vegan protein into your diet, and will get you back into the kitchen, really thinking about what you are putting into your body. 30 days vegan challenge