I didn’t really consciously start doing this initially, but eventually I realized that I had naturally gravitated toward mostly not eating both meat and dairy. I used to eat a lot of them but I’m done growing now (I’m 23) and it doesn’t seem as important as much. Now I eat neither and am thinking about starting to get back into exercise and working out and continuing this on the vegan diet for 2017 or most of it.
Thus far I feel a lot lighter and clearer throughout the body, a lot less indigestion than I previous had. I take multivitamins and am currently researching in particular the B-vitamins that are found in meat and how to meet those demands in other ways.
There are also discussions out there that say that vegan dudes have higher T. yay or nay?
Seeing a bunch of vegan bodybuilders was enough to convince me that if done right, it in no way hinders your muscle-building capability.
I recently discovered PB2 and have been eating that on celery or with oatmeal, I can’t stomach too much of it at a time because as good as it is it won’t ever replace the taste of straight PB, but it’s alright.
Also I have worked in service food service jobs and seeing so many animal products being prepared was enough to put me off them, at least temporarily lol.
Something I avoid too much of anymore as well is starches coming from grains, these days I get them more from brown rice or potatoes.
Is this a dumb idea? What are your thoughts?