I love you! ;-)
Finally, someone who gets "the big picture". I like to think that when it comes to "eating animal food", the less the better and not that nothing less than purity will do. I live in an omnivore world. I know no other vegetarian. Not a single one, and it feels lonely sometimes. People are constantly demanding that you justify your eating habits (what? no meat? where do you get your [insert nutrient of choice here]?) and when you visit vegan websites, you feel as if you've failed because you've had a fat-free yoghurt a couple of days ago. So it's nice to finally have someone who recognises the effort.
There you go! I'll be rootin' for you! Congratulations on your decision! I sincerely think you made a positive choice which will bring you nice rewards. go Jamie!
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apologies, last post should have said from a dietary stand pint excluded animal products
I also like calling myself "Plant-Based" (as it stresses what I try to include, rather than what I try to exclude). My plant-based diet is (however) 99.9% Vegan-ish (I'm sure there might have been a little milk or butter added to some bread or dish that I occasionally eat). I hate feeling like I should feel... "guilty" (I really don't feel that "evil" ) because of the.1% of "bad stuff" that might find its way into my diet.
Imagine the health benefits, ecological benefits, etc...if America became 99.9% Vegan-ish (sorry...I guess I should have said..."Plant-Based" ).
Im sure Alan meant to say The China STUDY rather than Syndrome! (good movie tho! ;-)
Jamie, we're all rootin' for u!! Very proud of your commitment & realization that you CAN control your health destiny! :-) GO FOR IT!!!
KNOCK 'EM ALIVE!!! :-)
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