Dieting can be frustrating. Most of them involve starving yourself or eating a garden full of lettuce and a produce section full of vegetables. If you can’t eat another salad or starve yourself another day, it’s time for you to stop dieting and try something else instead.
Try a lifestyle change! A lifestyle change and diet are two different things. While diets are temporary restrictions on consumptions, a lifestyle change are permanent adjustments to your consumption patterns that promote a healthier way of living.
Four years ago, I made a lifestyle change and became Pescevegan by giving up meat, dairy, eggs, cheese and anything else that comes from animals. I still consume seafood occasionally, but the majority of my daily eating is 100% vegan. Being vegan isn’t for everybody, but check out these other lifestyle change options!
Mostly consumes a vegetarian diet, but occasionally eats meat and seafood.
Consumes mostly a vegan diet, but occasionally eats dairy, meat and seafood.
Mostly consumes a vegetarian diet, but occasionally eats chicken.
Mostly consumes a vegetarian diet, but occasionally eats fish and seafood.
5: Paleo Lifestyle
Consumes lean meats, fish, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds
Consumes fish, seafood, and dairy but foregoes all meat.
Consumes dairy and eggs but foregoes meat, fish, and seafood.
Consumes dairy but foregoes eggs, meat, fish and seafood.
Consumes food that harmonically balance each other. The lifestyle is mostly vegan, but also includes seafood. Check out the foods below!