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Thursday, November 08, 2007

Take The Vegetarian Challenge

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A member of my and brand new Sunrider, Christine has taken up her change in eating with a passion. Darlene and I first started coaching Christine a few months ago when she joined Sunrider and is now as familiar with Kale and brown rice as she once was with meat and potatoes.

Christine has put forth a challenge to eat vegetarian for a week, November 12th through 18th and is launching it though the Vegetarian Challenge facebook group.

I would like to challenge everyone to eat vegetarian for the week of November 12-November 18th. Not only will you try new recipes without meat but you can try something different. It is a great opportunity to leave your ecological footprint and introduce healthy new food into your day! Have fun with it and share this with your friends. I'd love to hear how you feel about it, any recipes and how it might have made an impact on you!


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3 Comments:

At 8:54 PM, Anonymous Mooqi said...

I tried to be a vegetarian because meat makes me have lots of BO but I couldn't do it.

 
At 3:47 AM, Anonymous Able Adam said...

i am not a vegetarian but I balance my diet with 30% vegetarian meals weekly. This is an excellent challenge for all carnivores and it may actually change some taste buds. I will definitely take up the challenge to go veggie for a week cos I have been thinking of creating a few more veg-only recipes. Good Health. Adam

 
At 12:00 PM, Anonymous Rob said...

Adam, I'm going the other way around, 80 to 90% vegetarian meals per week and 10 to 20 percent animal.

I do about 5 to 7 days vegetarian, then a day or two of meat, depending on what sort of meal we make. If we make a meat loaf, we make it out of Bison or Elk meat and it might last two days. Then we resume vegetarian meals again for another week.

If we eat out, we may have some chicken in our Thai food. We love Thai.

I think this is more in line with how we used to eat thousands and thousands of years ago, foraging for food, eating nuts, seeds and berries etc, then killing some game and feasting on it for a few days, then returning to just plants.

Eating in this manor, I really see the effect on my colon and energy levels. There is no question.

 

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