I am always getting questions about what it takes to go vegan. More and more people are giving this healthy diet a try – for a wide variety of reasons. One if for health – nothing really puts your diet into the wellness fast track like ‘going vegan’ does. Suddenly you are forced to think about and analyze the foods you eat and feed your family. You are reading labels and talking to waiters about ingredients and vegan options – and you will with no doubt in my mind – be eating better. More whole foods, leafy greens and a wider diversity of legumes and grains will slowly seep into your everyday food plan – both for yourself and your family. Your spouse and kids don’t even have to join in the ‘going vegan’ commitment to taste the repercussions of your new diet. Tasting your new vegan recipes and ingredients slowly becomes fun and interesting to them. Tempeh, quinoa, hemp and nutritional yeast. Plus, you may have heard the recent news that red meat is blamed for 1 in ten early deaths – just another paved stone in the path for those looking to try going vegan – changing their diet in a big way. But there are plenty of ‘going vegan’ myths out there. Here are ten of them..
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