Out of the many hurdles of starting a plant-based diet, coming up with easy, tasty recipes and a nutritionally sound meal plan for every day is one of the main ones. Few people know which foods to choose for a well-rounded meal and are almost intimidated to get into plant based meal planning.
Out of all the misconceptions surrounding plant-based diets, the notion that vegans are skinny and couldn’t possibly build any muscle because of their “lack of protein” is amongst the most common ones. Especially those who are already into fitness fear giving up animal products because it could mean losing their gains. But is vegan muscle building and sustaining really that impossible or tough?
Summer is in full bloom and everyone is worried about the shape and size of their bodies. It makes us do the craziest things: cutting back on comfort foods, restricting calories, portion sizes, or working out for hours each day. With this article, we want to show you how easy, tasty, and effortless it can be to reach or stay at your perfect weight while munching on some nutritious yet light dinners.
When was the last time you found yourself munching on a block of cheese or chocolate even though you swore to yourself you’d stick to your diet from now on? Feeling unable to control yourself around certain foods and falling off your dietary wagon can often end up in uncontrollable binge eating – and it’s most likely a result of restriction in some way.
If you’re like most people, you have struggled with your weight at some point in your life. Since obesity has become an epidemic in the Western world, there is now a huge market around all things weight loss.
With all of this confusing, often times even contradicting advice, we are more lost than ever. It’s analysis paralysis and we end up hopping from one theory and fad diet to another. But let’s take a step back and look at what’s logical and actually helpful here.