I had not been part of a 12-week lifestyle change that was accompanied by a strict diet. It was essentially based on meat-meat as the most active athl
I had not been part of a 12-week lifestyle change that was accompanied by a strict diet. It was essentially based on meat-meat as the most active athlete and bodybuilder diet.
At first, I had not been particularly worried, though I was never the typical flesh-worshiper, always consumed by moderation and relatively chicken.
As the weeks passed, I became increasingly aware that this direction was not really for me. I find it hard to figure out the feeling that came after me eating meat, but it was very uncomfortable.
Even after the program, I tried to keep my diet, but I have already dropped it from the meat. As a result, my protein intake was too low, and I did not want to increase my artificial doses.
For me, vegan meals were the solution to this whole problem. I would never have thought that I would be able to eat meatless so nourishing and nourishing.
At first, however, I was asked about the many issues I have ever encountered and what the coaches are always asking me to know that I mostly use vegan meals: How do I interact with an active lifestyle and vegan diet?
I would like to point out that I do not have a realistic view of things, since I still consume meat and eggs in minimal quantities, although I turn to my mind to completely abandon these ingredients.
So, I tried to read more about the ingredients that the vegan diet often builds and to ask people who claim this principle while being active athletes.
First of all, we need to clarify what vegan means of life means because it is not equal to someone eating vegan meals. If you are totally vegan, you will relieve all aspects of your life from animal derivatives, so do not use much makeup, cosmetics, perfumes or any utensils that have been tested on animal-derived ingredients or animals!
Those who follow vegan diet simply exclude from their diet the ingredients of animal origin,i.e. all dairy products, eggs, meat and even more. The exception is honey, at least according to my observations it is used by many vegans.
Finally, who only consumes vegan food, it is also very likely to eat meat and other raw materials of animal origin, much less so than I do.
Among vegan ingredients, there are a wealth of reform raw materials,superfoods, and modern nutrients that perfectly excel animal derivatives. For me, my big favorite is quinoa,chickpeas, soy, and now I am familiar with tofu, which is essentially soy cheese.
They all have a prominent protein content, and although they claim that animal protein cannot be replaced, vegans are grateful for it, they do not have it without it.
Since the ingredients of the vegan diet contain many proteins, minerals, vitamins, and carbohydrates, it is highly compatible with your active lifestyle, since you can supply all the nutrients you need in your body!
The bonus is that most vegan foods are gluten, lactose, and sugar-free, so the main dish offers intolerances! One disadvantage is that it is built on relatively many seeds such as hazelnuts, walnuts, sesame, sunflowers, almonds, and others, whose excessive consumption may cause unexpected reactions to some.
So, within the diet of vegan, you have to find the trend that your body most tolerates! For example, I do not have to import large quantities of magnets because they make my skin faint and greasy.
There are some who do not wear certain cereals, and some people have some bloating or other stomach complaints. So if you want to go to vegan meals, be sure to give yourself time to find out what ingredients are best for you!