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Going Vegan: Your Daily Planner

My second book is set to be published on December 17th, 2019 and I couldn’t be more thrilled!

Are you starting to experiment with the world of vegan food? Looking for help keeping your healthy, plant-based eating on track? Ready to take the next step from vegan-ish to full-time vegan?

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Going vegan doesn’t need to be a scary, drastic change! With the right guide you don’t need to cut out your favorite foods or restock your home with a new pantry—you can jump head first into a fully vegan lifestyle. In 12 short weeks you can transition to whatever level of veganism is right for you and make it a transformation that will last.

Going Vegan: Your Daily Planner includes easy vegan recipes, detailed nutritional information, and interactive journaling pages that let you track your water, food, and progress every day while creating delicious meals that keep you happy and healthy…all while staying animal-friendly. Get inspired by this motivational daily planner and take the next steps towards making your own vegan diet a success.

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Attention Cheese Lovers: Top Reasons to Quit Eating Cheese

First off, if you want to quit eating cheese, that’s wonderful news! Like most vegans, I wasn’t born vegan. I grew up eating meat and dairy products, and that included a lot of cheese. Once I gave up cheese, I felt so much better and had much more energy too. You’re making the right decision by cutting out cheese from your diet. Cheese can be a tough one to drop but once you learn the reality of cheese, you won’t have any problem cutting it out.

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If you find yourself hung up on cheese, don’t worry, you’re not the only one. Cheese is one of the hardest products to ditch and for a good reason: cheese is addictive. No really, cheese has opiates in it. Cheese is packed with amphetamine-like chemicals called phenylethylamine. Good rule of thumb: if you can’t pronounce a word, much less spell the word then you shouldn’t risk putting it in your body.

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