Yeah, I used to eat 6-10lbs of meat a week. And dairy products I had no problem with. I ate some junk and processed foods. But it was mostly my diet which was consisted of meat, and eggs which had the most significant effect. My health actually started to decline, as I started to go to the bathroom more frequently (early type 2 diabetes symptoms). I felt really lazy, no energy.markopas wrote: ↑Jan 2nd, 2018 11:11 amI knew a vegetarian, she did it for 10yrs (0 meat/fish and no eggs) after she started eating real food again she was so much happier
Not saying you can't eat meat but more switching your habits to what you eat is a big thing - work out a meal plan, start working out and occasionally have the chocolate bar or donut or fried chicken is fine but you can't have that every day as a part of your meal or each course could be totally catastrophic for your health and shorten your lifespan. You can be skinny and still be unhealthy.
I'm starting to realize that eating a more vegan based diet doesnt have to mean gross. I made a dish of pasta plus pinto beans, tomatoes and other ingredients. It was delicious, i had 2 servings.