I never thought I could go vegan. I always thought that they just ate fruits and veggies and how there isn't a lot you can do with that. I never looked into much. When I decided to take this step for my health, I wasn't sure I would be able to stick with it, but I really wanted to. I looked into it, watched documentaries, looked up recipes, and researched everything I could think of that I wanted answers to. I'm so thankful I took the step and jumped in. I've felt a lot better, still lacking some energy, but the pain has diminished significantly, which was my goal. I am working on getting my energy levels up. I still have my struggles with pain and all, but it's nothing like it was. I have only been doing this since September 1st, so I'm no expert in it. I do keep seafood in my diet, but that is only like 1-2 times a week, if that. I have my family on this diet as well. I'm hoping it will help my youngest who has aspergers. He has food sensitivities and finally getting him 100% in starting last week, I'm hoping to see improvements with him. My older 2 aren't thrilled, but supportive. If you stick with it, it gets easier and more enjoyable. You can get creative and have fun with it.
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