Are you someone who has embraced a vegan diet in order to have more energy, look and feel your absolute best, and prevent or reverse health challenges?
Or are you thinking about making the leap to protect yourself against harmful hormones and toxins, slow the aging process, and live the longest fullest life you can?
Bravo for making such an important commitment to your health
As a vegan you’re less likely to suffer from chronic health conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and countless other diseases that are silently killing millions of people every year.
Eating a vegan diet is a HUGE step on the road to achieving and maintaining optimal health.
But did you know that simply ditching animal products without adding in the right kinds of real, whole, plant-based foods can lead to serious health risks like vitamin and mineral deficiencies?
I bet you’ve heard at least one story of someone who suddenly went vegan only to develop health problems and jump ship just as quickly.
It’s no wonder why. Most of us grew up with only an outdated, misguided food pyramid as our guide to nutrition.
As more research has emerged about our broken food industry, doctors, scientists, and experts have recognized exactly how wrong these previous recommendations were, and the amazing benefits of adopting a plant-based diet.
However, the eye-opening documentaries, books, and articles that have come out of this movement have focused almost exclusively on the dangers of our current dietary conundrum.
What they often DON’T talk about in detail is how to actually design a diet that’s rich in the vitamins and minerals your body needs to thrive.
The truth is that if you’re only focused on what you’re cutting OUT and not what you’re adding IN, you may increase your risk for anemia, hypoglycemia, diabetes, thyroid problems, insomnia, dental problems, or osteoporosis.
And those aren’t the only challenges to a vegan diet!
Do any of these sound familiar?
- The fresh vegetables you love spoil quickly, requiring frequent trips to the grocery store
- You get hungry soon after eating, and bored eating the same old vegan dishes
- You’re forced to pay a premium for non-dairy “cheese”, “mayonnaise”, “sour cream”, and gourmet foods like braised tofu and vegan pesto
- Many common vegan recipes are time-consuming to prepare and call for strange, expensive, or obscure ingredients
- Sticking to your usual vegan diet while traveling can be harder than getting your macho relatives to try tofu
Then there’s this …
- Nutrients like iron and Vitamin A are harder to absorb from vegan foods
- Phytates and oxalates in many plant foods bind to minerals like iron and calcium, making them hard to absorb
- Packaged foods and restaurant meals often contain slaughterhouse byproducts
- Become knowledgeable in identifying and preventing nutrition deficiencies so that you no longer need to worry.
Yes, dear friend, all of this can be frustrating, but don’t worry!
We’ve curated the latest research and easy-to-follow advice from the world’s leading experts on how to optimize the vegan diet.
They’re going to show you exactly how to get from where you are now to enjoying a thriving vegan lifestyle. One where meals are quick and easy to prepare, your body absorbs nutrients like a sponge, and you look and feel better than ever before!