I've been vegan for about a year and a half. At first I lost about 12lbs. I was very excited. Back then I didn't know what to eat so I stuck to veggies and fruit, beans, nuts, and grains. Then I started getting into the "fake" meats and cheeses. I've gain it back. I love this site. Back to basics. Just wondering if any one else on here shares this lifestyle as it's becoming popular.
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I successfully completed the Lights Out at Night challenge.
This was written 9 months ago and yet, still not fixed.
This week it's telling me to eat turkey, chicken , and greek yogurt. Go figure.
I joined the Lights Out at Night challenge.
Mine has eggs to. I just replace it with tofu or omit it. Sometimes I just pick another meal altogether from the rotation.
If you go to your profile settings under the account tab at the upper right hand corner of this page. You'll see on the right hand side where you can customize your daily burn. Go through the questionaire again to the nutrition part. I selected Vegetarian and dairy free to get vegan results. Hope this helps.
What works for me is putting my workout clothes on with shoes as soon as I hop out of bed. For some reason this makes me feel ready to go. The longer I poke around I more likely I am to not workout.
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I successfully completed the Stop the Evening Snack Attacks challenge.
I'm 39 and starting to realize that losing weight isn't so easy anymore. I've been wanting to lose 15-20lbs for the last few years and can't seem to make it happen. I also eat a vegan diet and starting to entertain the idea of going to all raw food.
Do you have kids? Are they vegan too? My youngest doesn't want to eat anything but fruit. He's still growing and heathly so I can't complain to much.
I think you should be so proud of yourself. Other people have know idea of the journey you're on. They know not what they do. Pay them no attention. Maybe just fine some clothes that are comfortable at first like just t-shirts and shorts or sweat pants. Do you have a YMCA near you? They are the best and I've found the people there to be very kind and helpful. I've been to a lot of them. When you feel like you've had a bad day look for support in your friends and family. Ask them for a pep talk. Sometimes we need to ask for what we need. I wish you all the best. You can always come here for support too.
I joined the Stop the Evening Snack Attacks challenge.