Are You - Or Should You Be - A Vegetarian?
Well, to be honest, my personal opinion is no.
I believe that as humans we've evolved to be able to both enjoy and benefit from good, clean, organic meats that have been raised naturally and slaughtered humanely for our consumption.
On top of this, I just ENJOY meat in my diet and feel far better when it's present than when it's not.
That said, I acknowledge and respect the right to choose too and I certainly don't knock anyone for choosing to adopt vegetarian or vegan approaches to healthy living.
In fact, since I first wrote the elimination diet program 3 years ago I've often been asked about how the ED and vegetarian lifestyles can be best combined to bring about the best results.
And I've mostly had no answer.
See, I only really advise on things I know about and as a self-confessed carnivore I know very little about 'real life'vegetarianism. Trouble is, I didn't really know of many resources to refer my readers to either...
I've been looking for a true-blue vegetarian and vegan expert who could advise my readers on how to utilise 'use the same day'principles into their nutritional approaches and, well, I think I've found one.
Vegan and vegetarian nutrition expert Kardena Pauza is just putting the finishing touches on a product she's calling, surprise, surprise, Easy Veggie Meal Plans. I've managed to get a bit of an inside scoop, and I like what I've seen so far and think that you might too.
Now, it's not 100% compatible with the ED (Just a little too much cheese for my liking) but still, with a few minor tweaks the approach will definitely work for you.
Kardena has put together a couple of excellent free meal plans and a free report called 'The 10 Vegetarian Foods NOT To Eat On A Weight Loss Program' which I think is just great. You should definitely check out food number 3... shocking!
http://tinyurl.com/lhb5ro <= You can grab your free meal plans and report here
The report's even worth getting if you're NOT a veggie as there's some solid information in there that most of us could benefit from.
So look, do me a favor will you?
Download the reports and tell me what you think of them. As I said, I'm not vegetarian and have no intention of becoming one but I'd love to know what others are thinking of Kardena's approach to nutrition so that I can recommend it in the future... or not.
So once you've read it, pop back here and tell me your thoughts.
I'd LOVE to hear 'em!
Go on then... go get the freebie : )
P.S - Kardena's report is coming down at the weekend, or so I've been told, so get on over to http://tinyurl.com/lhb5ro