Last updated on June 17th, 2021 at 12:39 pm
Good news, amigo! If you’re already eating plants such as vegetables, grains, nuts and fruits, you are partly plant-based already! And in order to switch the plant foods to animal foods ratio in favor of plants, what you’ve got to do is include more plant foods. Easy peasy!
But how do you adapt a plant-based diet without losing your sanity in the process?
You do it GRADUALLY. Believe me when I say going a hundred percent vegan over night can make you lose your
nuts marbles. Especially if you go to extreme lengths, such as as adapting a hundred percent raw food or fruitarian diet. Medically speaking, this would take a major toll on your body in the long run. I digress. This is a different problem.
The gradual approach to eating plant-based is helpful because it can be tailored to where you’re at today in regards to knowledge and skill level. Not to mention what your taste buds find acceptable.
Small changes stacked on top of each other generate a ginormous stack over the course of weeks, months, and years. And sticking to these changes lead to habit formation.