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Becoming a vegetarian or vegan is not exactly for everyone. There are many reasons for and against these choices, but let’s not get into that, shall we? Still, there are plenty of proven health benefits of going on a vegetarian and/or vegan diet… and it wouldn’t hurt to try going vegetarian/vegan for several days, just to see how it would fit you…

Better yet, you could try the vegetarian > vegan > raw vegan challenge…

Basically what we’re looking for is a progression towards foods that are naturally occurring. See, vegetarian means not consuming meat; vegan means not consuming meat as well as animal-derived products such as milk and honey; and raw vegan means consuming only non-processed, raw vegan food such as fruits, vegetables, and nuts.

Of course a vegetarian diet doesn’t mean it’s automatically healthy—there are plenty of unhealthy vegetarian foods, especially deep fried items. However, progressing towards a raw vegan diet will allow you to experience the best of this lifestyle choice. Just the elimination of processed foods could go a long way into improving your overall health.

If it’s not for you, then you can always switch back to your regular diet… but at the very least, you might find ideas on how to add more fruits and vegetables in creative ways to your regular meals.

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