For the most part, yes. After watching Forks over Knives and reading the China Study, it became clear that the best way to eat is whole foods plant based. The benefits are staggering. However, after I made the change, I was bombarded with challenges to keep it that way. Even an understanding family will still make jokes about 'eating grass' and question where you get your protein. And a non-understanding family will devour meat with relish while they stare at you. Not to mention restaurants do not care about you. So in order to commit to that kind of diet, you essentially commit to never eating out again. My resolve was finally broken when I developed an unrelated digestion illness that wouldn't allow me to eat most raw vegetables.
So, I say 'for the most part' because I incorporate small amounts of cheese and eggs when I'm eating at restaurants and other peoples' homes. I still think the plant based diet is the ideal, and I hope to one day try it again. But it takes a considerable amount of effort to maintain, both mentally; against the norms of the world, and physically since you have to cook everything yourself. And I just don't have that much energy right now.