I Went Vegan for 30 Days. Health Results Shocked Me

Veganism is a hot topic these days, will you get tired from it? Matt is the guinea pig for this one and tries to respond to all these concerns.

Matt went vegan for 30 days and the health outcomes were actually surprising …
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Veganism is a hot topic these days, will you get tired from it? Is it truly difficult to avoid animal items? Is it even a much healthier diet in general? Matt is the guinea pig for this one and attempts to respond to all these concerns.

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  1. The best thing about whole food vegan diet is you can eat a lot until you feel really full. ๐Ÿ˜‹ And plus, you never really gain weight. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

  2. Love the outlook at the end of the video! For the most part, I think eating healthy and mostly plant-based is the best choice for most people. Obviously, there are going to be people that benefit from eating more animal products, and those that benefit from eating none at all, but in the end just being conscious of your food choices is the best way to go. (Just don’t eat processed junk and make sure you’re getting as many of the vitamins and nutrients that you need as possible.)

    One of the biggest issues I have with pure “veganism” is the fact that you’re not suppose to eat honey and that you’re not suppose to use wool products. Both of those make zero sense from a sustainability standpoint. The world needs more demand for good honey and responsible beekeepers (not that sugar syrup you get for a dollar), because bees are dying out and they are necessary for the ecosystem. If beekeeping becomes a trend, people would literally be saving the world. Also, a lot of animals that are used for wool have been bred for hundreds of years for optimal wool production. They literally overgrow with wool if they aren’t sheared consistently. (They can get diseases and die if they aren’t sheared!) Not using wool means not supporting a sustainable industry, and instead putting your money in synthetics, not all of which are good for the environment. Also, eggs! Chickens lay eggs without fertilization. That means those eggs never even have the chance of becoming new chickens if there isn’t a rooster around. As long as you get your eggs from a trusted source, where you know the chickens are treated well, they are perfectly ok to eat. It’s the same with any dairy products, as long as you aren’t drinking gallons of milk from a factory farm every week, there are definitely smart choices you can make to be able to have a good, ethically-sourced cheese board once a month. What I’m going for right now is a mostly plant-based diet with the occasional meal that includes meat or fish, as well as including things like responsibly sourced honey, eggs, and dairy products. I know this isn’t feasible for many people, so everyone should do their own research and decide what’s best for them. I’m also not going to give up wool, or the very rare nice leather item. Especially in the world we live in right now, with the amount of meat people eat, it’s important that all parts of an animal are used and that nothing goes to waste. Anyway, I’ll stop there. ///

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