If you try to change your diet and your eating habits too radically, your body and your mind will probably protest and you might end up stressed out. The best way to rewire your brain (yes, you became conditioned by food) is to be consistent and establish one habit at a time. Everybody is a bit different, so there isn’t just ONE way of going vegan. The key is to find the way that suits you and your lifestyle. A good way to start is to find two or three vegan foods that can replace some of your animal-based foods. For example, you can buy almond milk and drink it instead of milk. You can replace Philadelphia cheese with hummus and butter with home-made vegan butter. This way you also learn new recipes, get organised in your kitchen and establish new eating (and shopping) habits.

Overcoming Food Cravings

Almost everyone has a type of comfort food that isn't really of any nutritional value but creates a false feeling of comfort and satisfaction. Unfortunately, this innocent habit can easily grow into a full-blown food addiction. This is why becoming vegan doesn't necessarily mean eating healthily. There are lots of vegans who are addicted to sugar and junk foods that don't contain animal protein but are full of empty calories and unhealthy additives.

Herbs That Help Reduce Food Cravings

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