What Happens After I Go Vegan?

What Happens After I Go Vegan?

Going vegan can be an adjustment for anyone, and it’s important to be prepared. Your body might take time to adjust to your new ethical lifestyle, especially because dairy products can activate the opioid receptors in your brain, which makes dairy addictive. Be prepared to deal with cravings, and have your favorite vegan cheeses and snacks in close reach!

Your body can go through changes as well. You could be more or less bloated than before you went vegan, your skin could clear up, or you could be more energetic! As long as you’re getting enough fruit, vegetables, nuts, and seeds most of your adjustments should be positive. Veganism can also be helpful for a variety of health conditions, and has been observed reversing serious health conditions.

There is an emotional toll with going vegan, and understanding the cruelty trillions of animals face every year. Activist efforts can be useful for informing others, and being around people with the same cruelty free lifestyle. Self care is also important, the animals need help and people fighting for them need to be taken care of, fighting for animal rights is work.

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