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Following a vegan diet doesn’t mean just eating natural foods.
I advocate for a plant-based whole foods diet because it is the healthiest and the cheapest.
But if you don’t want to go vegan because you don’t want to just eat these “healthy foods” then there is still a very good option for you.
There are plenty of meat and dairy alternatives out there.
You can still eat the things you don’t want to give up such as:
There are alternatives to just about any food you can think of. The best part is it can usually be made from real food and it isn’t dead animal flesh.
These alternatives will only get better tasting, more nutritious, cheaper, more accessible and more plentiful the more the demand goes up.
Most of these alternatives already exist.
You Are Mostly Vegan Already
A lot of the food you eat is already vegan, believe it or not.
For example; let’s take a burger. Bun, lettuce, onion, mustard, tomato, ketchup, pickles, and side of fries all vegan. The one thing that is not vegan is the patty. So just switch the patty for an alternative that tastes just as good.
So, to bring the demand of these types of vegan food, more people need to eat them and less people need to eat meat.
With the depletion of meat eating; things like obesity, heart disease, high cholesterol, viruses, pandemics, cruelty, etc. will go down.
The earth will also greatly benefit.
How Can I Make the Change?
Just A Few of the Many Alternatives