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Plant Based Diet!

Plant Based Diet!

Not a question* im just so free and happy ever since i made the switch! No relapse! No meds! No pain! No deppresion! No fatigue! Nothing!! My life is back!! Please try it! Just 2 weeks of your life and feel the change xx

posted October 4, 2018
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Its a vegan diet thats changed my life, i swear by it!! No meat products no dairy products! I've thrived since going on a plant based diet and theres so much option food wise it couldn't be easier. so many studies and data prove its so good for people like us. Take 2 weeks just to try it, you wont regret it i promise x

posted October 4, 2018
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@A MyMSTeam Member please feel free to share with who ever you see fit! I've been shouting from the roof tops about my plant based diet, its healed my in so many was. No meds. no restrictions. Of course this is my personal experience and i dont suggest anyone stop taking their prescribed prescription. Always do whats best for you personally x

posted October 15, 2018
A MyMSTeam Member

@A MyMSTeam Member i honestly thought the same thing! But our weekly shop is almost half of what it was as a meat eater.. as long as you buy actual fruits and vegetables and not ready made foods its really cheap. Think a bag of potatoes at £1.50 a pack of chicken breasts are about £4-5 canned chickpeas and other alike foods 75p-£1.20 most! A big 5kg bag of rice £3-4 but lasts you 20 meals!? Its well worth it. Its honestly cheaper especially if you buy fresh food from the market and not tesco or brand shops x

posted October 6, 2018
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@A MyMSTeam Member i state if you read a few posts up.. "this is my personal experience and i DONT suggest anyone stop taking their prescribed prescription"
I would never give medical advise as i have no knowledge on the subject and no idea on each individual.. this post was just to express how much better im doing and the fact that I PERSONALLY am off my meds. My only suggestion was for people to give a plant based diet ago x

posted October 17, 2018
A MyMSTeam Member

@A MyMSTeam Member I just try (most of the time) to eat:
Simple, natural foods: fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, dairy
Extremely limited processed food.
Mostly Vegetarian, not meat and seafood.
Organic: Milk, yogurt, salad greens, fresh fruit.
Dark chocolate
And limited amounts of desserts

posted October 16, 2018

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