It’s Not A Diet Its A Lifestyle
When people hear the term vegan they usually immediately think of tree-hugging, animal activist hippies that “live free” to an extreme level…although most persons that choose to live a vegan lifestyle do actually support clean energy technology and are against animal cruelty there is a growing number of persons that have adopted the vegan lifestyle for one simple reason…they want to live for a very long time. Studies have proven Hippocrates theory that we should let our food be our medicine and our medicine be our food. It has been discovered that persons that live this lifestyle are more energetic, have more mental clarity, little to no health complications such as diabetes, cholesterol etc., and maintains a healthy digestive system which significantly reduces the chances of a person getting colon cancer.
The popular consensus on vegan living seems to be that it is too extreme…nobody can see themselves just surviving on “bush” but when faced with statements like this my humble response is to think of your body like a car and your food is the fuel. If you put diesel in a gasoline run car the results would be catastrophic, the same applies to your body; fueling the body with foods that are harmful such as processed foods, chemical injected meats and farm raised fish can lead to many health complications the most common…cancer.
How Do I Live A Vegan Lifestyle?
The question that haunts every person that considers vegan living “how do I make such a dramatic change”? The answer is really simple…decide that your health is the most important thing then take action! Vegans have come a very long way in the culinary arts, no longer does a person that chooses to live this lifestyle have to settle for eating the same old boring meals every day…there are choices!!