My 30 Days To Healthy Living
I have been eating vegan at uni for over a year now and honestly, I’ve never felt better. Cutting out dairy back in 2016 has been the best decision of my life. My digestion is better, my energy is up and I feel all-round just better in general. Obviously, these are just my own personal results from cutting out dairy and eating more vegan so don’t hold me to it if you have different results, but I definitely recommend giving it a go!
One thing I’ve been wanting to try for a really long time is something called 30 Days To Healthy Living. For those of you that remember, as I haven’t posted about it in a while, this is part of my Arbonne Business. What this plan is, is a way to make positive healthy changes in your life and to be able to see significant differences in just 30 days.
Now if you think this is a diet please read on…
This is not a diet. If you know me well, you know the word “diet” literally makes me angry. I find the word to be somewhat negative; something short term that doesn’t actually deal with the problem at hand. If you’re overweight, you need to change your lifestyle: not just calorie restriction. However, I should point out that this is of course my own opinion and if you feel diets work for you: you do you!
But back to this plan.
It’s not a diet, it is a lifestyle choice. A positive change towards a healthier, more positive life. It’s about listening to your body and feeding it a whole foods, nutrient rich diet with a exercise routine to help treat your body with what it deserves.
Overall, if anyone wants any guidance or more info on what the plan is please contact me! I’m going to be talking about my journey on the blog if you are also just curious too!
So what will I be doing over the next 30 days?
Sticking to my vegan diet for one. This isn’t compulsory on the plan but it does require you to cut out dairy and recommends a reduced animal product intake. It also requires no soy, gluten or alcohol. Which in some instances people might find difficult – but for me it’s not too bad. I already stay away from alcohol and soy where I can, and only have gluten a few times a week in bread and pasta.
Why am I doing this then?
I love me a challenge. Plus I have seen some really great results of people following the plan and I couldn’t be more excited to see them for myself. People I know have become so much happier, and healthier! They have more energy, sleep better and their skin improves. I also love my body and think it is incredible but I love learning new ways to make it stronger and healthier in every way I can!
There are also people in my life that are curious in the plan, but are sceptical, so seeing me succeed will hopefully make them more open to it themselves. There are a few products I have purchased to make my journey easier and more beneficial so I can let people know about them if you’re interested in trying it for yourself!
I think the human body is incredible. There is next to no limit to what it can achieve. I have put my body through so much during its nearly 21 years on this planet and by treating it right and giving it the respect it deserves I know I will become so much stronger as a result..
It’s also about the mental journey that comes with this. Improving my attitude and discipline is so important. (There I am back at it again with the personal development – but hey this study works!) Testing new things withy body is the only way I can successfully grow. You can’t explore more rooms if you never open any doors. (Is that a saying? It feels like it should be? If it’s not, remember you read it here first!)