If you want to achieve vegan diet weight loss, exactly how much do you need to eat?
You know about a vegan diet weight loss plan and want to lose 10-50lbs with a plant foods lifestyle, but don’t know how much to eat.
Do you need to have smaller portion sizes and eat off smaller plates and really exercise a lot at the gym?
Calories matter, yet you don’t have to starve yourself.
You need to have enough calories (fuel) to function well.
If you have a car and want to reach your destination, then you must fill it up with enough fuel to do so and the same goes for your body.
If you want to be able to meet all your body’s physical needs for fuel and be mentally sharp then your body must have enough calories.
Carbohydrates are our body’s natural fuel and if you take a look at our actual physiology we are actually frugivores and not omnivores or even carnivores.
Meaning we are natural fruit eaters and so plenty of our calorie intake should come from fruits and so carbohydrates.
The problem is that because society, in general, has been programmed into believing that you have to limit your carb intake and eat smaller portions.
However, on a vegan diet weight loss plan – especially a high raw plan – you can actually eat a great abundance and diversity of food.
Now the problem with the restricting calories approach is that it comes from people eating a standard western diet that is already filled with unhealthy foods.
And out of all the diets out there, science shows us that vegan diet is the best one for weight loss!
We have helped many people with their vegan diet weight loss transformation and we want to help you too!
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Vegan Diet Weight Loss
There was a 6-month study published in The International Journal of Applied and Basic Nutritional Sciences, and they compared the amount of weight loss by people on various eating plans. (1)
Participants who took part in this 6-month study ate 5 different diets:
- Omnivore diet, which includes all animal products
- Semi-vegetarian diet with occasional meat intake
- Vegetarian diet, which excludes meat, poultry, and fish, but includes dairy
- Pesco-vegetarian diet, which excludes meat, but includes seafood
- Plant-based diet, which excludes all animal products
At the end of the six months, those people who were eating the plant-based diet lost more weight than people on any other diet by an average of 4.3%, or 16.5 pounds in weight!
Furthermore, weight loss results on a vegan diet started appearing after just 2 months of them following it.
The plant diet group also showed the biggest amount of decrease in their fat levels at the two and six-month checks, had improved macronutrients more than the other diets and also had lower BMIs.
Now the great things about consuming lots of whole food calories as carbs and especially fruit is that you will naturally be eating less calories.
Imagine if I told you to eat all the watermelon you care for at a meal. Well, you will eventually get full from eating the watermelon and would have probably only eaten a few hundred calories.
Volume-wise you feel full up and never feel deprived but calorie-wise you will be eating less and so aid your vegan diet weight loss.
I myself have been 120lbs in weight year in and year out over the last 10 years even with varying levels of exercise.
You can rebuild the health of your hormones, lose weight, move more because you feel great and your relationship with yourself has improved.
So how much should you eat for vegan diet weight loss?
This is exactly what I talk about in my video today.
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