living an unhealthy, plant-based lifestyle

Can you be completely vegan and still have health issues? Well, it seems that I am proof of a vegan who doesn’t have the healthiest diet.

For example, a few days ago, my friend and I went out after work. I had chips and guacamole as an appetizer and two beers. Later that night, I had some company over for a movie. I put a plant-based pizza in the oven, ate about a bag of potato chips and had another beer. The next day was some noodles and vegetables from a Chinese restaurant for lunch and an energy drink to wash it down. Later at night, more beers with great company.

We are just coming out of labor day weekend, and I had friends visiting from out of town. The bulk of my weekend consisted of eating out and drinking alcohol.

I don’t have the healthiest diet. I eat too much sugar from frozen pizzas, potato chips, energy bars, french fries, soda and bread. The challenge is to eat less processed sugar.

To accomplish my goals, I am going to be exploring and preparing different foods. I am going to spend some time in the kitchen and really figure out what I like and don’t like. At home, I’ve been eating pretty much the same foods over and over again, which is why I believe I’ve been eating out so much.

To conclude, I am going to prepare different foods, eat less processed foods, and cut down on my sugar intake from alcohol and soda.

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