posted on Jul, 17 2020 @ 07:42 AM
I’m just glad I stopped eating animal products a few years ago. Thankfully, I live in an area rich with farmer’s markets. For two of us to eat for
one week, our average shopping bill is $80-$100 and at this point, we’re entirely whole food/plant based. You can add in another $30 a month for the
supplement I take just to make sure all my vitamins and minerals are in check.
I lost 40lbs, felt an increase in libido, an increase in sustained energy, my blood tests came back so good my Dr advised that whatever I’m doing to
keep doing it and took notes on what I eat regularly and my favorite of all- all the aches and pains I was feeling; stiff necks, carpel tunnel,
throwing my back out, are almost entirely eliminated. I still deal with carpel tunnel when the weather is really rainy and it gets cooler, but it’s
nothing like it was before. I used to live off red meat and chicken, it was in every meal and I barely ate any veggies at all.
Occasionally, I still splurge and get some processed crap. It’s often confused that a vegan diet automatically means you’re healthy, which is FAR
from the truth. I’ve met some really unhealthy vegans in the last couple years and it’s astounding to hear them preach to others about their diet
when they’re really not doing so great themselves. Beyond sausages are pretty bangin’, but it’s still processed crap.
There’s my plant based diet propaganda for the year.