Adopting the plant-based diet may seem simple in concept…
but can be monumentally difficult when trying to execute the plan.
In this article, we’ll look at a few changes that you’ll need to make when embarking on this diet.
Not only will these changes help you ease into the diet, but they’ll also prevent you from quitting on it or getting aggravated by it.
Slow, measured progress is crucial to succeeding with this diet.
Trying to go from a plate that’s mostly filled with meat and carbs to one that is mostly plant-based takes time.
Trying to do it overnight will only stress you out…
Start the diet by eating 2 or 3 portions of vegetables before you start your meal. That means you’re getting the vegetables ‘out of the way’ first.
This will not only fill your stomach up but also give priority to the plant-based foods.
Once you do that, you’ll be less likely to eat too much meat or carbs since you’re already full.
Over time, increase the portions of veggies and slowly decrease the meat and processed carbs until your plate has mostly plant-based foods.
Plan Your Diet.
Unlike a normal diet where you just wing it and eat whatever you decide to on the spur of the moment, with the plant-based diet, you’ll need to plan your diet a week in advance.
This will help you stay on track and you’ll not have to overthink things.
Just follow the diet plan and you’ll comply.
Learning to cook
Nothing better than whipping up your own wholesome and nutritious dishes at home.
Get a few vegetarian recipe books and learn how to cook some of your favorite dishes.
Now you’ll have food that’s tasty, healthy and plant-based. Over time, you’ll find that it’s much cheaper to eat at home.
Getting the kitchen ready
You’ll need to get your kitchen ready for cooking.
So, throw out the old, unhealthy food in your kitchen.
Get the necessary utensils and ingredients that you’ll need often to cook, cut, and prepare your foods.
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It’s important to have an understanding of nutrition when you’re on a plant-based diet.
Since you’ll be reducing your consumption of meat and processed foods, most of your macro and micronutrients will have to come from the plants you eat.
So, knowing which vegetables and fruit to eat to get a variety of vitamins and minerals in your body is very helpful.
This will ensure that you meet all your nutritional requirements.
You’ll need to be mindful of your food choices all the time now.
You’re on a healthier path and need to watch what goes on your plate.
Always ask yourself if the food you’re about to eat will hurt you or help you.
Make your decision based on your answer.
The plant-based diet is high in fiber.
Make sure you’re drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water a day to flush your system and aid in digestion.
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Last but not least, the plant-based diet does allow for some meat consumption.
You should be flexible here.
Only eat meat if you feel cravings for it…
Also, try to eat meat just once or twice a week.
If you don’t experience any cravings, you don’t have to eat it. There’s no need to force yourself to indulge just because the diet allows for it.
These 8 changes may seem simple on the surface, but they’ve tripped up thousands of people.
Adopt them and make the changes you need to be successful with the plant-based diet.
Changing your diet is half the battle, What goes in equally as important as what comes out.
How do we make sure what was in, is coming out?
There are 2 options, if you were to adopt both it would be highly effective.
Learn to Adopt Fasting.
Fasting is the body‘s regenerating ability to factory resets like a computer.
By not ingesting anything, you suspend your digestive system and your body switch to cleaning mode.
Within three days the immune system completely regenerated the cells.
With long enough fasting your body can reverse from any disease.
While fasting the body cleanse itself and remove obstruction which results in vitality and healing.
Fasting with herbs is key, as it speeds up the process and delivers minerals to your body.
Dr. Sebi fasted for 90 days and within 27 days his diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, and schizophrenia was cured.
Pitching 50 days he was no longer impotent, and by 90 days he was diseased free.
Now Fasting may not be for everyone at first but take baby steps.
For instance, You can start with 1 day every week.
Taking in the proper minerals paired with a change in diet as well as adopting a fasting routine to reset the cells in your body can have huge benefits to your health.
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