Fitness,  Health,  Lifestyle

Vegan Update

In Febuary 2013  I decided that I would make a serious lifestyle change and transitioin to a vegan lifestyle. In my last post “Falling off the Wagon,” I wrote about  challenges I expected as a new vegan.  My will power and temptation were definitely tested. During this transition I came across a documentary on Netflix called Vegucated and it changed my whole perspective on Veganism and why I felt it was the right decision for me.  It wasn’t until May 2013 that I officially became a Vegan.  Those three months were filled with more temptations, frustrations and trial and error. It was also an opportunity to figure out what I liked, didn’t like disliked, and what worked for me.

It’s been been almost four years and I am happy to say that I have never been happier with my decision of going vegan.  I’ve always focused on the number on the scale and let it dictate what I ate and how to live. Since going vegan I’ve found it easier to maintain my weight and live a healthier lifestyle. I discovered that veganism is not only the elimination of meat, fish and all animal by products from your diet; It’s also about minimizing the contribution  to animal cruelty by not wearing or using products that are tested on animals. Some may find this extreme and thats ok, but it’s a choice that I’ve decided to make consciously not only for my health but for the well being of all living things.

Here’s a before and after photo of pre and post vegan.

Other vegan documentaries to check out:



One Comment

  • Edi Harper

    That’s great! I’m on a similar journey. I’m not sure if I can ever be vegan, but I consider myself pescetarian. Keep going!

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