7 Major Keys for a Seamless Transition to a Plant-Based Lifestyle
7 major keys for a seamless transition to a plant-based lifestyle
My hope is to inspire and empower you with holistic teachings that help you reclaim your health. My philosophy on wellness is an integrative approach that focuses not just on the body, but the mind and soul as well during the healing process. I’ll show you easy and tasteful ways to incorporate organic plant-based food in your diet. But I will also be teaching you about natural remedies, herbal medicine, and ancient healing techniques like meditation and yoga. In this Holistic Re-engineering Jump Starter Kit, I’ll explain why diets don’t work and this lifestyle does. You’ll also learn how the toxic nature of modern foods, drugs, thinking, television, and relationships can all be cleansed by being Holistically Re-engineered by nature. Decide how you will transition. Omnivore to Vegetarian then Plant-based Vegan, Vegetarian then Plant-based Vegan, or Cold Turkey Vegan. The choice is yours, but you should definitely decide because as they say those without a plan, plan to fail. Although there is no winning or losing in transitioning your lifestyle you do want to accomplish what you set out to do.
Preparation is a MAJOR KEY! Most people I’ve worked with often have great initial experiences with transitioning to a plant-based vegan lifestyle, but lack of preparation has been the most consistent downfall. Eventually after all the excitement and newness of life without animal-based products wears off most are stuck trying to figure out what to eat, feel like their starving themselves when there’s a lack of healthy options, and end up over spending on eating out and grocery shopping. So it’s key to be prepared by having a list of go to restaurants that support your lifestyle in your local area, a list of great go to recipes for quick meals, and shopping at grocery stores for meals and quick healthy snacks not groceries. When you shop for meals and snacks you avoid getting home to bags of random items that can’t be assembled into something you want to eat. Add Before You Subtract. This means before you go cold turkey try a few vegan restaurants locally and a few recipes at home. Begin switching up your grocery list to more plant-based foods by trying meat alternatives, healthier grains lie quinoa, superfoods, and drinking only natural spring water. Plant-based lifestyle.
Healthier Lifestyle of Nutrition
Adding more plant-based foods while gradually transitioning animal products out of your pantry allows you the time you need to transition seamlessly. Walk in silence. There’s absolutely no need for you to make a huge announcement with your family or friends, or on social media that you’ve decided to embrace a healthier lifestyle of nutrition. You can be certain that if you do people you haven’t spoken to in years will come out of nowhere pressuring you to defend your healthy decision. Isn’t it funny, that as soon as you decide to eat healthier, everyone all of sudden becomes a nutritionist? Here’s a great tip. Don’t take nutrition advice from someone who eats 5 slices of bacon every morning even though the World Health Organization has classified bacon and meats like it level one carcinogens. Allow yourself the space to grow in your own decision and only tell those who support you making a healthier choice for you and the environment. Get yourself a Vegucation! It highly important with any major decision to start with WHY? When you know your why your decision takes on purpose, its not about a label or following the trend.
Learn about the benefits of embracing a plant-based vegan lifestyle. Watch inspirational and educational documentaries like Earthlings, Food Inc., Eating You Alive, Forks Over Knives, and Food Matters. This will help give you a WHY and answer many of the pressing questions that probably delayed you from making the transition to begin with. Don’t get stuck in transition. The demand for vegan and vegetarian food skyrocketed up 987% in 2017. With this exponential demand, many plant-based food companies are using some of the same techniques to process plant-based foods to compete with our old omnivorous taste buds. Although, these foods are delicious and great for transitioning to a plant-based vegan diet they are not whole foods. Which means you can survive eating them, but cannot thrive eating anything that has been isolated and processed. This is one of the major reasons why it’s very common to see someone who is either vegan or vegetarian for years and they may still be overweight and unhealthy. So its ok to eat these foods sparingly and during your transition, but the focus is health and well being. Plant-based lifestyle.
The Tissues and Detoxes
Cleanse and detox. It shouldn’t be any surprise to anyone that for the majority of people eating whole fruits, vegetables, seeds, and nuts don’t satisfy our taste buds initially. After decades of eating adulterated versions of food, the taste of natural whole foods might be a foreign concept. In addition, processed foods lack the vitality, fiber, and micro nutrients that nourish our digestive tracts so it lays the ground for nasty critters to flourish like parasites and candida. This is why I highly recommend beginning your transition with an herbal cleanse that will silence the critters and ultimately silence the phantom cravings your have for salt, sugar, and fat. Also doing an herbal cleanse versus your conventional variety nourishes the tissues and detoxes the body of harmful chemicals stored in the body’s fat tissues. Once you remove the toxins from fat the pounds will start melting away like vegan butter! Its important to note this is the strict guideline for foods to purchase when at the local farmer’s market or grocery store. You’ll find there are a few things in my recipes that are not on the list. Those are things I encourage you to eat very sparingly. Plant-based lifestyle.
Stick to the shopping list as much as possible. And drink a green Juice or Smoothie every morning for breakfast for the best results. Doing every morning is what provides the cleansing you need for healing and health. This is my dirty dozen list to always buy organic and my clean 15 that you can buy conventional at the grocery store. As our journey together in this book comes to an end, I hope that your plant-based journey towards good health and happiness has just begun. Let me first say how proud of you I am for embracing one of the greatest acts of self-love there is: improving your own health. In my opinion, health is the greatest form of wealth. With it, anything is possible; without it, nothing is. As a bonus, I created a plant-based starter kit to help make your transition a little more seamless. Enjoy it and apply it, and it will surely help you and your love ones reclaim their health!
Vegucation Over Medication.Plant-based lifestyle
Dr. Bobby Price
Plant-Based Pharmacist; Fitness & Nutrition Expert
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