How Going Veg Changed My Food Choices For The Better.

27 Jun

The longer I am veg the better I eat. I find it to be a totally organic experience, it happens almost subconsciously. My taste buds just like good food now and my body responds to it. I was not always like this, in fact I had a horrible diet and I weighted in at 180lbs at one point in time.
Since my tendencies have changed so much I started to think about the foods I ‘could not live without’ now and the foods ‘I could not live without’ 6 years ago. It is way drastic, see for yourself. If you think you can’t convert over to a healthy, plant-based lifestyle I urge you to think again. It’s never too late to change your life for the better 🙂




Sweet Potatoes                                                                                   

Black Beans                                                                                   

Veggie Burgers                                                                                   


Nut Butters                                                                                           

Coconut Milk

Frozen Berries





Nutrient Void Cereals

Skim Milk

Reduced Fat ‘Peanut Butter’

Chemically Enhanced Yogurt

French Fries

Fast Food



Any White Carb


2 Responses to “How Going Veg Changed My Food Choices For The Better.”

  1. Natural Beauty Bliss June 28, 2012 at 4:54 pm #

    Great tips, thanks for sharing.


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