21 Day Meatless Challenge!

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Welcome to The Natural Journey For Life!

We are embarking upon an exciting meat free journey for 21 Days!!  The new year is always a good time to start something new….and continue healthy habits.

Herbed barley, chick pea and black bean hash featuring plantains, with pumpkin slices. #yum!!!!

Vegan and vegetarian diets are becoming more and more popular.  For me eating healthy is not just a popular trend – it’s a necessity.  When I’m eating plant based whole foods I FEEL better.  Plants especially help reduce belly bulge, and unwanted curves.   I’ve been perfecting this vegan/vegetarian cuisine for almost 7 years and I’m going to share my original recipes so you can experience the beauty of meat free living too!

Last summer a group of us completed a 7 day meatless challenge.  Here’s what a few participants had to say:

*I tried new foods. 🥑🥝🥜🍄
*Found a great restaurant which I will be patronizing again.🍽
*I did not feel “heavy” after eating a meal.
*Realized that I really can live without chicken! 🍗😂
*BM’s are not as foul when you’re not eliminating the remains of dead animals 😷
*I did not feel the need to take a nap after lunch while at work. 🛇😴
*I got to eat by myself because my children were all turned off by my no-meat diet

The beauty of group challenges are that you have fun and tend to stay on track. When you have a support system composed of people with the same goals, positive energy flows freely and changes are inevitable!

Watch Shevonne and I give our Day 3 update from last Summer’s challenge:

This challenge includes:

  1. Private FB support group
  2. 5 live cooking demos
  3. Recipe starter packet
  4. Shopping lists

Benefits of a meatless diet:

  1. Digestion time is faster
  2. Gives your liver a break
  3. Increases fiber which can help boost elimination
  4. Weight loss
  5. Increase fruit and veggie intake

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