Reasons to go vegan

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The end of 2020 is approaching, and you know what you want. You want to go Vegan. First, let me explain to you what a vegan is. To some, this is obvious but being a vegan is different from being a vegetarian. A vegan is a person that does not consume any animal products. A vegetarian will eat eggs, some dairy, and maybe some other animal products, so they’re definitely not the same thing. Hardcore vegans don’t even eat honey, so I’m talking ZERO animal consumption.

You may feel like becoming a vegan for a number of reasons. It could be that your current diet is making you feel sick or you want to try something new, or you don’t really like animal products to begin with, or it may be something else. In the end, whatever your motivation is, it is not as important as following your gut instincts.

I have gone on and off being vegan, and let me tell you why I do it, and why I think everyone should do it. To me, being vegan flushes your body. I do it for the health benefits, and when I go vegan, I feel incredible. My energy is unreal; I am sharper. I don’t get angry as easily and have more patience. This is probably due to less creatine consumption that I would be getting from meats, but nevertheless, I feel great.

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I think, as a society, we consume way too much meat in general. If you’re going to eat meat, it has to be of the best quality, or else you will end up with many health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. Just try being vegan for a month and tell me how you feel. If it doesn’t work, go back to your regular diet, but you will be so much more thankful if you at least try it and compare the results to your present diet. If you don’t want to go Vegan, just try to reduce your consumption of animal products, and I think you will benefit significantly from this. If you think vegans don’t eat well, your wrong. Vegan food can be delicious I promise you just got to stay away from chips and vegan doughnuts then you will be ok.

 Overall, I encourage you to step out of your comfort zone and try something new because, in the end, you might love it and it could very well change your life forever. As always, have a great rest of your day, and I will see you in my next post.

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