How to Go Meatless and Love It!
A Self-Help Guide for New Vegetarians
John grabbed his chest and tried to drag air into his lungs as the pain gripped him. He felt himself falling but could do nothing about it. He tried to put one hand out to break the fall but couldn’t stop gripping his chest. The pain was unlike anything he had ever experienced.
He had this conversation with himself about what a crock of baloney this is. Talk about clichés, his life was literally flashing before his eyes as he fell. “I’m not ready yet,” his thoughts crystal clear, “I’ve still got stuff to do!” Then it all went black as he finally blacked out from the pain.
The next thing he remembered was a beeping noise and very bright lights as he forced his eyes to open and squinted at the scene around him. His wife Mary stood beside the bed as he struggled back to consciousness. As fuzzy as everything was, he knew he was in a hospital and he knew it was a miracle.
He was in the ICU his wife explained as the doctor hurried to his side. “Welcome back John,” he said as he smiled down at him. “You had a very close call but as luck would have it, you survived.”
The doctor went on to explain that just as soon as he was strong enough, he would be undergoing heart surgery to open up the clogged veins that caused the attack and he would need to make some significant lifestyle changes to make certain it never happened again.
Have you or a loved one ever gone through something like this? It happens hundreds of times a day to people just like you. Fortunately, John recovered and came through the surgery with flying colors.
Sadly, many of the people who go through this just don’t make it. This can happen for different reasons. Maybe they were isolated and had no one around to come to their aid or their condition was far too damaged to remain alive long enough for the doctors to save them.
In the case of our friend, John, he was fortunate enough to have his episode in the hallway of his workplace with lots of people around so help was there immediately
There are other things that can seemingly creep up on us without warning. Some people may encounter strokes, diabetes, organ failure and the list goes on. The obvious choice is the decision to make changes in lifestyle and that should be a given.
But, why wait until there is a life to alter episode to make changes for the better? For many people, they believe that making those kinds of changes should be an everyday occurrence.
How Do I Do That?
Well, it’s actually quite simple. You make a decision. Is that too easy for you? Sometimes we make things complicated. Remember what happened to John? That is actually the story of our author. Yes, Sam underwent the heart attack and went on to have bypass surgery.
He chose to focus on lifestyle changes with the emphasis on changing how he ate. Red meat and fats were huge negative contributors to his health so he decided becoming a vegetarian would be the best route for him.
Once he had accomplished it, he decided to put his experience to work to help others and created “How to Go Meatless and Love It – A Self-Help Guide for New Vegetarians.”
The guide is:
- A very simple read.
- It gives you guidelines and includes illustrated recipes.
- You can put it to work right away.
- It’s a bargain and well worth the small price.
What will you learn . . .
Learn about vegetarian meal planning
Find out the difference between vegetarian and vegan.
Discover numerous tips for removing meat from your diet
How to eat out as a vegetarian
Using various methods to get enough protein
Selecting tasty vegetarian recipes
And much, much more
Take control of this element of your life and don’t become a statistic like John did. You can do that with “How to Go Meatless and Love It – A Self-Help Guide for New Vegetarians”
……. And at just $9.97 it’s a small price to check it out!
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