Are you trying to go vegan but can’t seem to get over the hump? Try going vegan for 21-days. Why 21-days? It is because you can form a new habit in 21 days. Psychologist discovered that we form new habits after 21 days and break habits as well. So, you should at least give it a try, right? You will be surprised what happens after 21-days…
Keep reading to find out all the benefits of the 21-day challenge
Challenge yourself to 21 days of healthy, clean, organic, vegan foods and you will find that on the 22nd day you no longer crave dead, over processed, undernourished foods. And the bonus for you will be increased energy levels, improved sleep, better mood and reduced body fat.
Oh, and you will have also diminished your carbon footprint and be well on your way to making a difference not only in the way you look and feel but in the world as well.
It has long been speculated that the most nutritious diet consists of live foods from the earth. Scientific evidence over the last 50 years has made it very clear that this is a fact but that the more processed foods become the less beneficial for our bodies and for the Earth Artificially, chemically, genetically and synthetically produced foods are making their way into our homes and bodies; it’s not just junk food that’s concerning, but commercially produced fruits, vegetables, and other plant foods, as well. As a result, our bodies are being robbed of the very nutrients we seek for total wellness and are exposed to the dangerous effects of these methods.
There are over 400 different pesticides used in traditional farming, which deplete soil fertility and require more energy and water. Fear not, there’s a solution! Eating Organic will ensure (as defined by law) that the foods you eat are produced without the use of artificial pesticides and herbicides, growth hormones, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) or synthetic fertilizers. As a result organic foods can be more nutritious, richer in vitamins, minerals and nutrients. Plant foods are great, but even greater when organically grown.
Why Vegan? Vegans consume only plant-based foods and eliminate animal products (meat and dairy) from their diet. The vegan lifestyle has been gaining popularity because of the many health benefits and the positive impact on the Earth.
Research has shown that vegans and vegetarians have lower rates of cancer, stroke and heart disease, which is still the number one killer of men and women in the U.S. Some reports show coronary heart disease (CHD) and stroke cause more deaths every year than the next five causes of death combined. If that’s not enough to motivate you then consider the environment.
Many leading environmental organizations have established links between eating meat and climate change. According to Environmental Defense, if every American replaced one chicken dish per week with vegetarian foods, carbon dioxide savings would equal that of taking 500,000 cars off of the road.
You don’t have to be a vegetarian to make a difference both in how you look, feel and how you impact the earth, just conscious of the fact that a little change goes a very long way. Consume More Consciously!
Challenge yourself to change, today. Commit to vegan, organic eating for the next 22 days. It will be the catalyst for the best of your life.