After 5 years of being vegan I have left this way of eating and have adopted an omnivorous diet that is centered on nutrient dense animal foods–liver, meat, fish, eggs, dairy.
It’s been a good time now of adopting these foods into my diet and my health has radically changed for the better.
I didn’t realize how important animal foods are to ones health until I took them out and the reintroduced them back in and good really feel how grounding and nourishing these foods are. Below are some sources that really helped me understand how the vegan diet was NOT the miracle cure and “perfect” diet I once thought it was.
Watch with an open mind, I wish I had listened more to people who were raising red flags about this way of eating.
*NUTRITIONAL PITFALLS OF A VEGAN DIET– Dr.Chris Kresser, former macrobiotic vegan, had a great article simply outlining all of the necessary nutrients missing from a vegan diet https://chriskresser.com/why-you-shou…
*A SHIFT IN VIEW OF THE ETHICS BEHIND EATING MEAT– Daniel Vitalis, former vegan, shares about why he is not vegan. This podcast was an eye opener to seeing the ethics of eating animals in a different way and understanding our hunting lineage and the importance of regenerative farming.
* EATING DISORDERS + VEGANISM– The amazing Tabitha farer shares some great words for those who want to be vegan and recover from an eating disorder. https://tabithafarrar.com/2015/12/veg…http://www.notplantbased.com is an eating disorder recovery blog that has some great info.
*NUTRITIONAL STUDIES HAVE THEIR FLAWS–https://futurism.com/neoscope/the-thi…