How To Smoothly Transition To A Plant-Based Diet?

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Easy Steps To Transition To A Plant-Based Diet

People are becoming increasingly aware of what they eat and how it can affect their health. As scientists uncover more information regarding the links between eating and many age-related diseases, more people are looking at plant-based diets.

Plant-based diets are also believed to be better for the environment, research suggests they can help to fight climate change.

Of course, the main reason people consider a plant-based diet is to help control body weight and be healthier. The fact that celebrities are also on board with this trend and helping to promote it is a bonus!

The good news is that it’s easier than you think to transition to a plant-based diet.

Know Your Diet

Plant-based diets mean choosing to eat plants instead of meat. You’ll be focusing on vegetables, fruits, whole grains, seeds, and plenty of herbs and spices.

There’s a huge array of possibilities, the issue is knowing how best to put the ingredients together to make delicious and healthy meals.

Let Someone Else Do The Lifting

We all live busy lives and the thought of spending more time preparing food is not something that most people relish. Fortunately, you don’t need to.

Take a few moments to compare meal delivery services at Wellhub. Whether you want ready-to-eat meals delivered, meal kits, or simply the recipe ideas, they have something that will fit your busy lifestyle.

You don’t need to think about your food prep, simply follow the instructions with the food that is provided. In fact, choosing a meal delivery service can actually save you time, allowing you to do more of the things you love.

Start Slowly

Switching to a plant-based diet is a big change to your taste buds and your body. It’s used to its current diet. That’s why it’s essential that you start slow.

The best approach is to use the meal delivery service and have meals delivered a couple of times a week. Choose foods that you already enjoy, such as oatmeal or jacket potatoes. This will reduce the impact of changing diet.

You can gradually increase the number of days you eat plant-based meals until it’s all you’re eating.

But remember, all the meals you eat should be enjoyable. Food is essential for life but it’s also important to enjoy the flavors. This will help you to maintain a plant-based diet in the long-term.

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Reduce Portions

Alongside introducing plant-based foods, you can start to reduce the portion size of your meat. This will help the transition process. In many ways you can liken it to drug withdrawal, you don’t want to go ‘cold turkey’, which will make the process unnecessarily hard.

Small steps lead to lifelong changes.

Watch Your Nutrients

If you’ve opted for a meal delivery service then the vitamins and minerals will be taken care of for you. If not, monitor your nutrient intake in the early days and consider vitamin supplements if necessary. These don’t need to be long-term. However, they can help your body adjust to a plant-based diet.


2 Responses

  1. I love this post so much! You know I’m always out there for a plant-based diet. Great tips!

  2. A lot of really good advice in here, Raymund. When COVID began – actually just before when I had foot surgery – we somehow unintentionally started eating 3-5 plant[based meals a week. It feels good and is probably when we have lost a little weight during the pandemic. And neither of us suffer form not having plenty of good and flavorful food.

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