Why I Say YES To Plant-Based Living

Written by Sheri Goodman Graham

On March 12, 2020
Plant-Based Living

I’m fifty-eight this year. The same age my grandfather was when he died from a massive heart attack.

The same age my aunt was when she lost her eye sight from diabetes. Fifty-eight is so young. I still have so much left to do in this world.

In the thousands of years humans have been alive, we’ve always eaten healthy. We plant food. We eat what grows naturally. We’ve always eaten from the source.

It’s only been this last century that we as humans think we can manipulate the system in order to eat better.

And if our health problems are any indication of how that’s going, I’d say we failed.

Heart problems. Obesity. Cancers. Diabetes. The list goes on and on.

Some choose to remain eyes shut. They eat because it tastes good. They eat because they’re addicted to salt and sugar and fat.

When you live eyes wide open, you can no longer ignore what’s really happening. It’s scary what companies are doing. It’s terrifying that people at the top think it’s okay to play like this with our food supply.

Plant-Based Eating Makes Me Healthier – It’s As Simple As That

I focus on eating a whole food plant-based diet no oil. It started as a quest for better health, and that’s where it remains today.

You’ll find my refrigerator filled with fruits and vegetables. My pantry is filled with whole grains, legumes, seeds, and nuts.

Very few boxes or bags with processed foods make it into my kitchen.

But for me, the proof is also in the outcome.

I rarely get sick, even when I do, it’s usually here and gone without a lot of symptoms. I almost always feel my best.

I am living in my right body weight, my health stats are in range, I move with fluidity, free and thin.

The only doctors I visit are doctors of my choosing. And I do my research well before making an appointment.

This isn’t by accident. I’ve worked very hard at my health. I don’t think you can let it all go and expect it immediately to come back.

If you want to be a healthy one hundred year old, you better start yesterday.

If losing weight, over coming health issues, developing confidence and self-love is your desire for 2020 I offer a program to get you there.

The course is going to be a deep-dive experience where I take your hand and help you create the structures that will make sure you’re on track, and serve you for a lifetime of living Happy, Thin, and Free..

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