Now that you’ve decided to transition to vegan, are you having a few issues and need some help?
We’ve all experienced “vegan overwhelm” – it will take some time for your new vegan lifestyle to become a natural part of your everyday life. My biggest fear was how to eat when I went out to restaurants with people. I’m the only vegan in my crowd and I didn’t feel comfortable even asking the wait staff about my “special needs.”
It would be handy to have a vegan guide book to help you along the way, you know for all those questions you have:
- What types of meals can I eat?
- What food do I keep in the house?
- What is vegan and not vegan?
- What can I order in a restaurant?
- What do I need to know about nutrition?
- What should I look for on product labels?
- What can I bake?
- How do I get along without eggs?
- What about Vitamin B12?
All of these are valid issues that need to be addressed. Well I’ve found the perfect website to help you out. Veganuary has a Vegan Starter Kit that addresses these issues in a simple, straight forward way. Nothing to buy – just information to help you out.
People have different reasons to go vegan. For instance I am vegan for health reasons and to avoid the CAFO and farming practices used today. Others are ardent animal activists. You’ll have to decide for yourself why you have decided to go vegan and follow what is right for you.
If you’ve used the Veganuary website, what did you think? Leave a comment and share what you liked about it and how helpful it was.
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