My new year's resolution/experiment is to eat vegan for three weeks.
Before finals, I had been eating lots of vegan meals (more vegan, than not) and liked how it made me feel. Eating light so I don't get slowed down and all. I also found I like nutritional yeast on almost everything.
Then finals came around and I ate like crap. Then christmas dinners with roast beef and other such carnivorous delights. Now I feel slower... or something.
So I'm going full on vegan for three weeks to see how I feel, starting the first, or maybe even tonight. No cheating.
It actually started because I read a book by Neal Bernard. Interesting stuff. Basically, a vegan diet can help prevent the 2 leading causes of death in this country; heart disease and cancer. These are problems my family is prone to get, so I'm going for it. (This may have been brought on by seeing all my relatives again at christmas)
Any tips or words of wisdom as I embark on this dietary adventure? Good recipes? Jabs or insults?