The Vegan Challenge Review
If you’ve eaten meat your whole life, switching to a vegetarian diet might be something that could be difficult to switch to. You might also wonder why you should even consider switching. Many people figure that they have been eating this way their whole, life so why switch now?
What Did Our Ancestors Eat?
Do you ever wonder what our ancestors ate and how far we have diverted in our eating habits? Originally, our ancestors were hunter-gatherers and were not omnivores. They did not eat animals. When you look at predators and carnivorous animals you can see that they have teeth designed to rip and tear. Their teeth are not designed for chewing. Animals that are designed for chewing like herbivores have flat teeth that are designed to breakdown food. Humans evolved from creatures that were vegetarian. The digestive systems were not designed for eating and digesting meat. Eating meat is a fairly recent development in human history. It is believed that humans began to eat meat because they couldn’t find the natural foods they were used to eating. They might have assumed that eating meat would help to sustain their meat. Initially, we were similar to creatures that evolved from animals like herbivore apes. These apes looked similar to man and walked upright with their arms and hands. They naturally foraged for food and ate roots, berries, fruits, and nuts. They also lived moment to moment constantly foraging for food. Hunting requires thought and eating meat required fire. Until fire was discovered, the man primarily ate vegetables and fruits. Vegetarian eating is a natural form of eating and much healthier.
What Did Our Ancestors Eat?
Necessity is the mother of invention and prehistoric men who lived in frozen areas ate anything that they could to survive. The prehistoric man had to eat meat in order to survive. This would be the first time that they had ever eaten meat. This changed the way people would eat and health forever. The first meat that was eaten would have been cooked by fire that was naturally started by natural forest fires. Without fire, they could have possibly eaten raw meat as well. The digestive system most likely rebelled to eating the raw meat, but as they became adjusted meat became a part of their regular diets. You may have heard of people who have lived vegetarian lives for a long period of time and then became violently ill afterward. This is similar to what prehistoric men would have gone through. Biologists will tell you that we are not really designed to digest meat, but that we have adapted to it over time.
You are What You Eat?
There are many reasons that you might decide to switch to a vegetarian diet. First of all, check yourself out in the mirror. The majority of Americans are not a healthy weight and this can be the number one reason for them to switch. Also, as yourself a few questions: • Are you a healthy weight? • Do you feel good most of the time? • Do you wake up energized? Or tired and sluggish? • How is your overall health? • Is your blood pressure in a healthy range? • Are your cholesterol and blood sugar levels normal? If you find that “no” is the answer to most of these questions then you should consider what you are eating on a daily basis. If you find that you feel worse after eating, you may be wondering if food is supposed to make you feel this way. The answer is no. Your food should nourish and feed your body. It should leave you feeling refreshed and energized. The body is a machine and it needs good fuel. The fact of the matter is that most people are overweight and obese. This is because we eat too much meat and too much fat. Problems such as high blood sugar, Type II diabetes, high cholesterol, and other health-related problems are caused by our diet. All of these problems can be prevented by changing your diet. This eBook will show you how to do that and the difference that eating vegetarian can do for you in a short period of time.
Vegetarianism & Animal Welfare
Many vegetarians are such not just because they realize it is healthy, but for the case of animal welfare as well. For many people, being a vegetarian is a part of a moral and ethical decision to not eat animal products. Throughout the many centuries, we have domesticated animals, we have come to believe that we are superior to them. We use animals for a wide variety of uses other than food including clothing, shoes, belts, and coats. They have also been used for scientific experiments, although many companies are trying to move away from this type of testing. You will be absolutely amazed at the difference you feel when you have eaten meat for a short period of time. It’s as if your body instantly begins to relieve itself of all of the toxins that you have been consuming and you immediately begin to feel more energetic and have an overall better feeling of health. No matter what your reasons are for eating a more vegetarian diet, the health benefits that are derived will become obvious in a very short amount of time. Vegetarians tend to have lower blood fats, cholesterol, and triglycerides than meat eaters of a similar age and status. Even vegetarians who consume eggs and milk quickly see that their cholesterol is lower than those people who eat meat.
Vegetarianism & The Health Effects
· Are you at a healthy weight?
· Do you feel good most of the time?
· Do you wake up energized (as opposed to feeling tired and sluggish)?
· Would you say your overall health is good?
· Is your blood pressure in the healthy range?
· Are your cholesterol and blood sugar levels normal?
If you answered “no” to one or more of the questions above, then this is definitely the most important letter you will read today!
Because switching to a vegetarian diet could have you feeling better in no time! It’s true. There are numerous benefits to eating a vegetarian diet, such as:
On a balanced vegetarian diet one can very easily lose weight and stay fit.
A vegetarian diet fights against cancer, including gender-related cancers such as breast cancer, uterine cancer, and prostate cancer.
A vegetarian diet helps fight against heart disease.
A vegetarian diet helps you avoid some illnesses caused by e coli, salmonella, and listera, which are the most virulent forms of food-borne illnesses.
As far as money is concerned, it’s much cheaper to buy vegetarian food than quality meats and fish.
Eating vegetarian is not only healthy, it’s good for the environment as livestock deplete enormous land and water resources.
Plus, It’s Never Been Easier to Begin Eating a Vegetarian Diet Thanks to the “Goin’ All Veggies:
A Guide to Becoming a Vegetarian” eBook!
This comprehensive guide contains everything you need to know to make a healthy transition to a vegetarian diet and to maximize the benefits of your new diet. You’ll learn:
How to get the nutrients you need while eating vegetarian meals you enjoy!
Why the saying “you are what you eat” couldn’t be more true!
The four types of vegetarian diets – and how to choose which type is right for you!
What our ancestors ate – and how this is still directly impacting the health and our digestive systems today!
How to transition to a vegetarian diet – you’ll be amazed at how easy it is to do when you follow these simple tips!
Why the animal agribusiness has been called “one of the cruelest practices imaginable” – and why a primarily plant-based diet is a more humane way to enjoy the fruits of the Earth
7 physical conditions that are directly impacted by a vegetarian diet – discover why many people say they have never felt better in their lives within just weeks of switching to a vegetarian diet!
Exactly what you need to make the transition to a vegetarian diet as easily as possible – follow these tips and your switch to a meat-free diet will be quick and pain-free!
Plus, this ebook is jam-packed with easy-to-make, great-tasting vegetarian recipes!