Are you interested in becoming a vegetarian or vegan? One word of advice, don’t do it without support! If you try transition to a vegetarian or vegan diet and don’t have adequate support; the chances of you quitting not long after you start are high, really high. It is changeling to change any habit. Food habits are especially difficult because they are deeply linked into our lifestyle; remember you don’t need to do it alone! Research, talk to fellow vegetarians or vegans, and find some mouth-watering recipes you can recreate, or take part in The Vegetarian’s Beginners Guide.
The Vegetarian’s Beginners Guide is a program designed to assist those of you who would like to make the healthy transition, with the research and intelligence to do it like a pro.
This one of a kind guide will help you transition to a full-fledged vegetarian in 30 days. It will help you decide what type of vegetarian diet is right for you (vegetarian or vegan or somewhere in between) and give you all the support in the world to help you get there. It is designed for first time vegetarians or people who have tried and not quiet succeeded in transitioning to a vegetarian. Or, if you are currently a vegetarian and struggling to reap all the benefits from a vegetarian lifestyle than this course would be perfect for you too! 30 key topics are covered in the 30 days including superfoods, supplements, how to stop meat cravings, recipes and the common myths about vegetarians. There are also specialised ebooks such as The Vegetarian Mindset and a journal and a workbook to help you stay on track. Depending on the level of support you require you can choose between the premium version ($127) or the classic version ($67). These are both very affordable, especially in relation to the quality of the packages.
Still not sure if the course is for you?
* Have you tried but struggled to transition to a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle
* Do you want to learn how to make nutritious and delicious vegetarian meals
*Do you want to improve your current health
*Do you want to prevent animal cruelty
*Do you want to learn how to preserve the environment by changing your diet
*Do you have a health condition that can be improved by a diet change – My allergies improved significantly when I gave up dairy, maybe yours will too?
If you answered yes to any of the questions, then what do you have to lose? Honestly speaking, it’s best to do it properly so that you find the process enjoyable and don’t freak out on the third day when you realise the only thing in your fridge you can eat is bread – True story!