During the summer I experimented with changing my diet to plant based diet for a couple of weeks. My 11-year old daughter also participated in this experiment. I had decided to do this because whenever we would eat out I would always feel different at the end of the meal. Instead of feeling nourished and invigorated, I felt more tired, and my body would be aching all over—just not feeling good. I knew it was my diet or the meal I had eaten because I ate more meat when I ate out, and I have been trying to slowly wean myself off meat.
My sister is a vegan and has been for many years and she always has a lot of energy despite working long hours. I visited her for a week and it was amazing to see how her refrigerator was filled with a variety of plants, fruits and vegetables. She even had them arranged by color. She made vegan meals and I enjoyed them a lot. I did not miss meat or poultry at all.
After testing out my version of a plant based diet for 2 weeks, my daughter and I decided to eat out one day at a fast food restaurant. Needless to say after eating a chicken sandwich I felt very drowsy, achy all over…, a feeling that lasted for about 24 hours. I could not believe that meat could make me feel this way.
I have since then made a conscious decision to eat more plants and cut back on the meat so far, I’m feeling a lot better.
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As a child I grew up in a vegetarian family, but I am now returning to a plant based diet. I wanted to share my experience with you because I feel it could help you or someone you know and to encourage you to take steps to making intentionally healthier food choices!
Wishing you great health!
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