Vegan keto plan: ‘It’s not a diet, it’s a lifestyle’
By Katie O’Malley Posted November 29, 2018 05:31:49After years of being a vegetarian, I found myself questioning the merits of veganism and what I considered the health implications of a vegan diet.
At the same time, I was struggling to find the right balance of carbohydrates, protein and fats.
At some point I realized I was trying to eat too much protein and too little fat, which was the exact opposite of what I was supposed to be eating.
I had also begun to notice that eating more carbs was not necessarily better for my heart and blood pressure, as the two primary components of a vegetarian diet.
I had also become obsessed with the idea of going vegan.
I knew that the vegan diet is a holistic way to go, but it was also difficult for me to put into words how I felt about it.
As a vegetarian who had struggled with eating meat, I wanted to find a vegan way to feel good about myself.
I thought about what it would mean for my body to become vegan.
The answers that came back to me were not comforting.
The vegan diet can be hard on the heart, especially when you are trying to lose weight, but this is not a bad thing.
I was not sure how to go about choosing a vegan lifestyle.
At first I wanted the option of being vegetarian, but then I realized that there was no one-size-fits-all answer.
My diet had always been a mix of animal products, grains and legumes, but my body was starting to be able to adapt.
My body began to use its natural enzymes to make proteins and fats, making it a lot easier for me and my body.
However, I could not eat the same kind of meat that I was used to eating.
So I had to make the transition from animal products to plant-based, whole foods.
I started thinking about going vegan and it was not easy.
I struggled with whether to do so or not, as I had been vegetarian for many years.
I knew that going vegan would mean going vegan for a while, but I was not certain if it would be permanent.
My friends and family did not know about the vegan lifestyle, so it was difficult for them to understand why I was suddenly so different from their way of thinking.
At one point, my parents tried to convince me that it was okay to change my diet to be vegan.
They tried to explain that I could become vegetarian for several years, and then eventually they would be able change to veganism, but not for a few years.
I felt guilty for being vegan and wanted to change, but that was a struggle.
I needed to be very clear that this was a choice I was making, not a decision I was made.
I was also struggling with what to do about my weight.
I could still lose weight and keep my overall weight the same, but the goal was to get back to being able to go to the gym.
I began researching other diets that were vegan and then I found one that I liked.
It was a diet that was very low in carbohydrates and protein and also high in vitamins, minerals and fiber.
I liked it so much that I ended up going vegan, although I was hesitant at first because I wanted my body and heart to adapt to the new lifestyle.
After I had decided to become a vegan, I did not have much trouble finding the vegan foods that I needed.
I would also visit a few vegan restaurants and try to avoid the ones that advertised their meat and dairy products.
I always felt bad when I came across the ones with no animal products and dairy, but at the same I could always order veggie burgers and tofu sandwiches at restaurants that advertised the animal products they were serving.
I also enjoyed the comfort of eating vegan.
When I first became vegan, my body reacted to the transition very differently.
I went from having very high blood pressure and cholesterol levels to a much lower blood pressure level, and I started to notice my pulse and body temperature slowly increase.
I found that the heart rate also increased.
I started eating a lot more protein and more vegetables.
But I was worried about my body adapting to my new diet, and even more worried that I might become a diabetic.
I thought about taking medication for diabetes for a month or two, but after the drug ran out I had a relapse.
The next day, I started taking the insulin again.
I noticed a lot of improvement in my blood pressure levels and heart rate, and the doctor said that it might be time to start taking medication again.
I decided to take my first medication on November 26.
I wanted some type of blood test to check my cholesterol levels, but because I had never taken any medication before I was skeptical about it being safe.
I researched blood pressure pills, and it turns out that they can be very effective at lowering cholesterol and blood sugar.
I am now taking an insulin-like drug called Lipitor