The phrase “meat withdrawal symptoms” makes a minor issue sound like a great, big problem. In fact, if you’re eating a healthy diet, you won’t experience very many issues at all. Here’s a little bit more about cutting meat out of your diet and what you can expect when you take the leap to a healthier you.
Why Going Meatless Benefits Your Health
Research confirms that in three to six months of cutting meat out of your diet, you can eliminate several health problems, including:
Heart Disease — Overconsumption of meat causes heart disease. In the blog article, “Ten Proven Reasons Why Meat Ruins Your Body” there are 11 studies cited that includes over 745,000 people from several countries who were studied in these prospective cohort studies, with a combined 11 million people-years of follow-up. That is an absolute mountain of consistent data showing that eating meat results in more cardiovascular death. Obesity — Most people eat far too much meat and bread and not enough fruits and vegetables. People following the Hallelujah Diet consumed 11.5 servings of vegetables and 6.5 servings of fruit daily. So, most people get less than that. Naturally, this leads to weight gain and obesity. It’s not the fat that makes you fat — it’s the excess calories and the extra refined carbohydrates. Fortunately, when you switch over to a diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables, nuts, seeds, organic whole grains and legumes, you cut out the extra fat, the excess protein, and
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