For most people, stopping eating all animal products, including beef, chicken, cheese, yoghurt, milk, and eggs, will be the equivalent of cutting off oxygen.
Despite the huge health benefits, people who hear about this are not considering switching to a healthier diet. About 2 years ago, I also belonged to this group of people, until I saw for myself how much a plant-based diet affects my productivity, thinking and internal energy.
If you are 100% convinced that you will never be able to minimize the amount of meat in your diet, then no amount of persuasion will convince you otherwise.
Eventually, your body adapts to your changing habits based on what’s in your head, what you program yourself for, and what you set up in your mind. You should try to follow certain rules for only 1 month. To notice the beneficial effects of proper nutrition, one month is not enough, but during this month you will see:
By the end of the plant-based month, most people realize that it is much easier than it seemed at the beginning of the journey.
The first month will be difficult for you, but after the “trial period” of eating plant foods, it will become easier for you to move on.
If you decide to try switching to a plant-based diet for one month, you will run into five problems:
A few tips:
Switching to a plant-based diet can be tricky. It will take a lot of time and your efforts. You will encounter practical and psychological barriers, but this should not stop you on your way to your goal of becoming healthy.
On the way to your goal, I will help you with a difficult selection of plant-based recipes. You will see that there are many recipes for delicious and healthy dishes!