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New approach

Thursday, June 20, 2013

I am trying a new approach to getting my simply filling power foods in by eating vegan before 6:00 pm. Mark Bittman's book teaches this approach of just eating fruits and veggies before having any animal protein as last meal of day. With my work schedule, I may switch it up a bit, have all vegan eating a couple days of the week, I think maybe Wednesday and Saturday. It is a start, see how it goes, on the road to healthy eating habits for a longer, ore for filling life!
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    Awesome plan! I was thinking about trying the SFT. I hope all goes well for you! emoticon
    1731 days ago
    Let us know how this works.
    1736 days ago
  • 3016DEBRA
    I wouldn't classify myself as a vegetarian but I have made an effort to not have meat a couple of days a week. I don't know if it's helped me nutritionally, but it definately saves a few $$$ at the grocery store! Best wishes to you! emoticon emoticon
    1736 days ago
  • SPARKLE1908
    Good luck!!!
    1737 days ago
    I'd love to know how this goes. Keep us updated. :))
    1737 days ago
    I was a vegetarian years ago! Today, I eat meat once a day either at lunch or dinner. Some days I do not eat it all but get my protein in other foods. I think it is a great idea if you decide to eat meat once a day at lunch or dinner! You will definitely see the difference!

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    1737 days ago
  • KNH771
    Wow, that's impressive! I don't know if I could do that. Vegetarian is hard enough. My doc/dietician want me to get 20 grams of protein at breakfast, and I really struggle with that. If I was trying to do a vegan breakfast and lunch I'm not sure how I would manage. Even my protein powder has dairy...

    Let me know how it goes!
    1737 days ago
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