It may seem counterintuitive that starting a new way of eating could be fun. After all, aren’t we about to give up foods we love to eat and have to restrict ourselves? The answer is in your perspective. If you’re switching from a standard American diet (SAD) to eating a whole-food, plant-based diet, you may indeed worry that this new way of eating will be boring or too difficult.
Why not reframe this into having an exciting adventure into the unknown. There’ll be new foods and new recipes to try, new dinners to share with your friends, and new tastes to experience.
I encourage you to have an open mind and see the joy in starting something new. While your taste buds might take a little time to adjust, you just might enjoy yourself more than you know.
LOVE YOURSELF A PLANT-BASED DIET
A plant-based diet relies on whole foods centered around fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and very little or no animal products or processed oils. However, eating plant-based doesn’t have to be boring or a chore. You can find enjoyable food replacements for your favorites and actually have fun with this new approach. I guarantee you’ll grow to love eating this way, especially when you know how great it’ll make you feel.
Read on to see my list of 150 vegan recipes to make eating a whole-food, plant-based diet fun because you deserve to feel great, live a life with purpose, and be healthy. Let’s make it happen!
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INCREASED HEART HEALTH
A vegan diet significantly lowers your risk of cardiovascular disease by 20%. Obesity, cancer, and heart disease are all less common in vegans. Products made from plants don’t have cholesterol. A vegan has an average cholesterol level of 161, compared to 210 for non-vegans.
WEIGHT LOSS RESULTS
By consuming fewer animal products, one is also consuming fewer saturated fats, which are renowned for blocking pores. Along with that, a lot of the vitamins, pigments, and phytochemicals found in fruits and vegetables support good skin.
SMOOTHER, CLEANER, GLOWING SKIN
Saturated fats, which are renowned for blocking pores, must also be reduced along with the consumption of animal products. Additionally, a lot of the vitamins, pigments, and phytochemicals found in fruits and vegetables support good skin.