Many people tend to get a bit scrambled when it comes to following a new diet, or even just changing their diet in the simplest of ways.
Why? Because there are so many different people out there all saying that ONE specific way to eat is the only sane, healthy way to eat and live.
See the contradiction?
Today Dr. McDougall sheds a bit of light on the topic by sharing his experiences with people following what they considered a “vegan” diet, and his own experiences with
Check it out and you’ll learn:
- Why all vegan diets are not created equal, and why “vegan” doesn’t automatically mean healthy.
- The differences between starch-based diets and the typical plant-based diet you may think of, and what this means for your health.
- Why the food industries hardly give consumers a fair chance at choosing the right foods to eat for their bodies by using confusing terminology to cloud the truth.
- Ways that you can educate yourself so that you can understand what you are eating just by changing how you describe your food.
Many of us have had personal or second-hand personal experience with somebody following a vegan diet, and we’ve also had different experiences with vegan diets.
I think the important thing to remember with following any diet is to remain free-thinking so that you can learn and grow along with everybody else.
What have been your experiences? Let us know in the comments below!