I received my free vegetartian/vegan starter kit from PETA and I love reading all the information. One thing that struck me is the number of the vegan/vegetarian celebrities. They are not only good in acting but in having a healthy lifestyle, much harder than the former.
I’m no actor nor I ever planned to become one but starting to go vegan is so hard. And I’m not acting when I tried it for the first time. I’ve been mindful in what I’m eating: avoiding fats, having daily consumption of fruits or vegetables, sometimes both, that at times I crave for sweets and tidbits of junk.
A little consumption rewards deprivation.
But at some point, it goes out of control. That’s when I decided to try a vegetarian/vegan recipe. I want to stop bouncing on and off a healthy diet.
I’m exploring the recipe on PETA’s website and I learned that it isn’t hard to prepare all the food but finding the ingredients is. I have to familiarize myself with brands and not only look at the price and anything with the word less—fat, salt, or sugar—or with zero percentage.
Going vegetarian/vegan becomes part of my challenges in 2013. I didn’t see it coming, but I’m glad I jumped in.
The biggest benefit in getting the free vegetarian/vegan kit is being aware of the plight of animals. The way they are treated for human consumption remained unnoticed (consciously most of the time) to many, and I happen to belong in that crowd.
If you are thinking of changing your unhealthy diet, get the vegetarian/vegan starter kit for yourself and for others wherever they are.
Do others a favor and you’ve also helped the animals.
Have you made the change? Do you have any advice for anyone starting the transition? I really appreciate knowing your favorite vegetarian/vegan recipe as I may try it later on.