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So I am changing me for the better so i decided to shock my body for two weeks without any meat. Now i already havent been eating beef or pork for 15 years but me with out chicken. the horror? ae their any ideas for me to do to get into better shape food wise?
Check out my wifes site http://www.myveganplanet.com She is vegan, and these recipes are all none meat and none dairy, trés healthy.
it willn't do you any harm to do without meat for a few weeks and you will certainly feel better for it. But you will need to find a substitute long term as your body needs protein which meat/chicken provides. Fish is a good source of protein but you could also look at meat alternatives like soya products.
mmmmm good luck with the no meat thing, I would have a hard time with it. If you've already cut out red meat, why do you feel you need to cut out chicken too?
I am vegetarian and there are plenty of good, delicious vegetarian recipes that everyone will like, even my meat eating friends. Check out, http://veganyumyum.com/ (not my site) for some ideas.
I think you can do it! Good luck.
My Mrs did the same, but then I did her a sausage surprise and now she eat da sausage all de time! hahahaha!
The smell of bacon just makes it hard to give up....sigh! that's why I probably have man baps!
not to mention the smell of corned beef and cabbage!
man baps? exercise will take those off! or at least make em harder (I've heard, not that I really KNOW) you know.
Lol! the only rock solid muscles I have is my third leg that isn't as long as the other two!
Oh yeah corned beef and cabbage....a good combo!
Be warned you may love it and never go back.
I'm a vegetarian and love it!
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