RepostBy @crueltyfreecurves: "Let's help one another out and promote healthy eating!
Yes of course, I love to have my vegan cheat meals once maybe twice a week, but more than 80% of the time I am nourishing my body with whole foods. It's so important to give your body colorful, nutrient dense food! Switching to a plant based diet doesn't have to be difficult. Its about finding the food that you love. Eating healthy shouldn't be a punishment! Start with the small changes.
Swap out your meats for any other form of protein like, legumes, nuts, seeds, tofu, tempeh, or plant based protein powders.
Ditch the dairy and go with almond, coconut, hemp, soy, or cashew milks (to name a few).
As always it's so important to eat leafy greens! My favorite are kale and spinach 😋
Don't neglect the fruits and veggies that are so healing to your body. Some of my must haves are lemons, strawberries, bananas, apples, squash, sweet potatoes, mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, bell peppers...the list can go on lol
Anyways, remember that every food choice you make is either helping or hurting you. Enjoy 😋🌈✨😁🍌🥑🍠🥜
Check out the movie Forks over Knives, Food Choices, or Vegucated on Netflix. Visit, NutritionFacts.org
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