Go Vegan For 30 Days

The Ultimate Recipe & Meal Plan To Refresh Your Health

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” ― Hippocrates

Health.
It's your biggest asset.
Most people don't invest enough in it
because of things like time,
or money,
but most of all because they don't know what to do,
or where to start.
Come on this 30 day journey with me where I teach you how to

EMPOWER YOUR HEALTH THROUGH YOUR PLATE


You may have heard that a plant-based diet can help with chronic health concerns. You want to try something new to live a healthier lifestyle. Maybe you even bought a few faux sausages or vegan cheeses and realized that wasn't for you. You have no idea how to build a meal for yourself or your family. All of this just leaves you with more questions:

Not sure where to start?

I got you covered with meal plans and recipes..

Does Vegan food even taste good?

We're about to rock your world!

What about protein?

All your questions answered.

How do I stay full?

Stay on track.

Got goals?

You need your health to accomplish them!

Everything you need to stay inspired and get started on the right track with 30 days of plant-based eating. Let's get your health strong & vibrant so you can fulfill your purpose in life!

It's all in one place for you.

Gear up for all the goodies!

  • 30 days (100+ recipes) of delicious meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, & drinks)
  • Meal Plans
  • Snack ideas
  • Tips, tricks, and tools to help your challenge go smoothly!
  • Motivation
  • Tons of resources, research, and info on the physical, mental, emotional, and environmental effects of going vegan
  • + so much more!
  • Get the entire program here or Find out how you can get this course for FREE HERE!


Clean recipes



Useful Tips


Motivation


 

What does vegan mean?

No animal products – including meat, fish, eggs, and dairy. In this challenge, we’ll be eating as many whole plant foods as possible. Here’s why:



You’ll look better.

Research shows that eating meat, dairy, and eggs increases inflammation in the body, which can lead to weight gain, swelling, puffiness, and redness in the skin. Alternatively, eating more fruits and vegetables leads to better skin, better weight management, and slower aging.

You’ll have a better physically intimate relationships.

Studies show that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables not only reduces the risk of erectile dysfunction in men, it also improves their, ahem, performance. This study also found women with a diet consisting of mainly plants to have better orgasms. Broccoli, anyone?

You’ll lose weight.

What’s the fastest, healthiest way to lose weight? Research says: a vegan diet! What’s one of the largest contributing factors to global obesity? Research says: meat consumption.

You’ll feel happier.

A diet with red meat and processed foods increases depression, research says, versus a diet rich in whole foods. Studies show that those who increase their fruit and vegetable intake report greater happiness, life satisfaction, and resilience through stress.

You’ll be more productive.

A high intake of meat and fried foods leads to faster cognitive decline at older ages, while more fruits and veggies is associated with better cognitive function, a lower risk of cognitive impairment, and lowered risk for dementia and neurodegenerative diseases.

You’ll live longer.

A diet rich in animal protein (including eggs) is associated with early death, more heart disease, higher risk of cancer, and greater all-cause mortality (that is, dying from any cause). Alternatively, low meat and dairy intake is linked to greater longevity, lowered risk of heart disease, and preventing (and reversing!) many other diseases. In fact, a vegan diet confers the lowest risk of cancer. Besides disease, a vegan diet increases telomere length (the longer your telomeres are, the slower you age)!

You’ll have more strength and endurance.

Do you have some work out goals for 2020 and don’t want to lose your stride? Switching to a plant-based diet is one of the best things you can do for your athletic performance, leading to increased energy, increased blood flow, decreased inflammation, and better muscle efficiency and endurance.

You’ll be kinder and more compassionate.

Even if the process of how meat, dairy, and eggs get to your plate doesn’t concern you, eating more plants can help you become more compassionate towards animals and people. And, research finds, compassion leads to better health!

You’re saving the planet.

What’s having the biggest impact on our land, water, and air? The livestock industry uses one third of the world’s total land mass and over two thirds of its agricultural land, requiring the clearing of forests and the transference of the use of agricultural crops to livestock feed. Not only is the livestock industry taking over the land, it’s taking over the water in terms of use and pollution. In fact, the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture stated meat and poultry as major sources of water pollution. Our air is also affected, with the livestock industry responsible for at least 15% of total man-made emissions.

The science (and Forbes magazine) agree: going vegan is the single biggest impact an individual can have on the environment.

You’ll save money.

The multitude of scientific studies that detail the health detriments of meat, dairy, and egg consumption paint a picture of lifelong medical costs and medication. As the current leading cause of death in the U.S. is heart disease, this study found that not eating enough fruits and vegetables may account for millions of deaths from heart disease each year. If you are healthy and vibrant, you pay less in healthcare and medication costs. Worried about the grocery bill? Here’s some ways to stay frugal and vegan!

You’re setting future generations up for success.

We all want our kids and grandkids to live long, happy, healthy lives. What better way to show them how to do that by doing it yourself? Kids pick up on everything we do as adults, and it shows them a model of how to care for ourselves and others. Not only do kids who eat more fruits and vegetables have a lower risk of disease, they also gain the crucial life-long skill of how to eat healthy!


There are so many reasons. I encourage you to find your "why", Let's do this!

The GO VEGAN FOR 30 DAYS Program

is your ultimate guide to going vegan - the healthy way!



It's all in one place for you.

Gear up for all the goodies!

  • 30 days (100+ recipes) of delicious meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, & drinks)
  • Meal Plans
  • Snack ideas
  • Tips, tricks, and tools to help your challenge go smoothly!
  • Motivation
  • Tons of resources, research, and info on the physical, mental, emotional, and environmental effects of going vegan
  • + so much more!
  • Get the entire program here or Find out how you can get this course for FREE HERE!

Your Instructor


Amber Bodily
Amber Bodily

Amber Bodily is a Master FootZonologist and Instructor, Master Herbalist and Certified Aromatherapist. Amber has guided thousands of people on a healing path from chronic illness to vibrant health. She has an extensive understanding of the human body, and a keen intuition that pinpoints the root cause of symptoms & illness. Amber has studied with Tano Lucero, the Hopi Medicine Man, Anthony William and is part of the Official Medical Medium Practitioner Group, and teaches FootZonology at Nordblom American Institute. Her passion and greatest desire is to empower you to heal and thrive not only physically, but also emotionally and spiritually.



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