I would like to have a list of people who have been 100% LFRV for at least 5 years, with absolutely NO SLIPS, and who still continue with the diet. I will be very much glad for your help.Have a great…Continue
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I'm trying to set up a distribution network of organic produce in my town. Which of the two above do you think is better suited as model for it? Or none of them? I would very much appreciate any…Continue
When a guy approaches you in the grocery store and asks you about the mound of fruits and veggies in your cart (this has happened to every one of us who shops for our own food) and you tell him that you are a vegan, he may ask what that's all about. You can simply tell him that you like fruits and veggies and prefer these foods to other choices in the store, or you can tell him what a vegan diet is. He will inevitably ask about protein. You can tell him that you feel great and trust that your way is the healthiest way, or you can tell him about the protein content of the various foods in your cart with specific info that he can check for himself at his leisure. One way of answering his question may leave him thinking you are a flake. The other way possibly leaves him thinking that you are a serious guy who knows what he's doing. Maybe your fellow shopper even begins to think about trying a vegan diet for himself.
I like to make informed choices about everything in my life. Trusting in the correctness of my beliefs because they make sense to me is not the way I like to move through the world. I like to know how and why things are the way they are. Living any other way seems silly to me.