Well said. It's hard for some people to process information from a website because there is just so much information. A good book is a great start to get an understanding of what it means to be veg*n and what kinds of foods you can eat.Originally Posted by meatless
Congratulations on a great decision.
I recommend reading "Becoming Vegetarian" or "Becoming Vegan" for nutritional information. I haven't read the first one, but I read "Becoming Vegan" and found it to be infinitely helpful in understanding my nutritional needs and learning how to change my diet accordingly.
Some of my favorite cookbooks are Vegan with a Vengeance, La Dolce Vegan, Garden of Vegan, Vegan Planet, and Vive le vegan. Don't be scared off by all the "vegans" in the titles.... I think these are great cookbooks for ANYONE looking to incorporate more plant-based meals in their diet, whether they're vegans, vegetarians or omnivores. Vegan food also happens to be 100% vegetarian.
There are lots of vegan and vegetarian bloggers with food blogs (including myself). They could help you with meal ideas.
Watch yourself meatless, lol.
that is greatOriginally Posted by JadziaRay
Where do I begin?
I am 34 and over weight and always tired! I want to eat more healthy and lose weight. Is it possible?