The vegan diet plan is garnering a lot of interest lately. Recently, people like former President Bill Clinton have discussed the health benefits they have experienced by following the vegan diet. I was thrilled recently when I saw Dr. Sanjay Gupta on television discussing how the study of plant based diets has revealed that they can not only prevent but may even reverse atherosclerosis.
The ability to avoid or eliminate the accumulation of fat and plaque in one’s vascular system can be very motivating. I suspect that many a vegetarian could choose to give up milk, cheese, and eggs in order to avoid heart attacks and strokes. For confirmed meat eaters, the shift would be more challenging, but they can learn how to eat this way from many sources.
We may not yet be the vegan society, but many more people are looking to dine at the vegan table. Vegan cooking probably does not have the nostalgic appeal that cheesesteak has for some people, and it will take more than one episode of a doctor touting the positive results of eating vegan to change the culture, make people heartier, and help many obese people to lose weight.
There are changes though. Restaurants take names like the vegan joint or the vegan zombie. The vegan joint menu would be delightful on the vegan yacht. It seems that veganism has appeal for many who are upwardly mobile or who have already arrived.
Other exciting developments include all the references to the vegan store one can see online. Under the title, Vegan Zombie, there are videos of a chef demonstrating how to make animal free food that tastes wonderful.
It is so helpful when the term diet doesn’t have to preclude flavor and excitement. Recipes that are delicious and not overly difficult can help encourage people to try the veganist way of life. Blogs like the Vegan Stoner also share many a recipe that can inspire newcomers to vegan eating.
Making a study of these resources can reassure beginners that they won’t be condemned to a life of eating only black beans. Cake can still be part of one’s life. Ethnic vegan recipes abound. It is easy to find great vegan food in China and in Chinese restaurants all over the United States. Thai food is also vegan friendly. One can travel almost anywhere in the world and find some animal free food to love.
I urge anyone who wants to try to eat in this way not to begin in a radical way. I started out making no announcement. I did not want people trying to police the way I ate. I didn’t want to feel like I was in a prison movie, eating off of metal plates. My life did not become a series of boring meals. I wasn’t a dining zombie, forced to live merely on raw vegetables. I found I ate well and there wasn’t even any seitan available. I thrived.
I have made a long practice and study of the vegan diet plan. The results of eating this way are being shared rather widely in the media now. I am glad that there is no need to tout or to pad the positive outcomes. They are documented and apparent. I hope many people will pay attention to this good information.
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