A Vegetarian?


On January 1, 2018 I made the decision to become a Vegetarian. I believe we owe it to ourselves to figure out what our bodies enjoy and what is harmful to them. I started to digress from meat in 2017 and decided making the transition from carnivore to herbivore would not be so hard. The transition was not as hard as I thought it would be because I had only been eating chicken, no beef or pork. When I first made my transition, I was consuming a lot of carbs and not as much vegetables which is one of the most valuable parts of being a vegetarian. Although it has only been 2 months, I am learning more as I go and striving to respond to my body when it calls.


  1. Allison

    Yes boo, I’m loving this. I love that you’re getting into all of that nutrition stuff; i love it too! Just a tip— carbs are actually your bff. It’s not carbs that are the problem; it’s the white starch’s & sugars. People always call them carbs but just keep in mind that vegetables are carbs too& they are really important if you’re trying to lose lbs. (not that you need to at all). Also, I’m curious on how you get your protein in?


    1. doseofkee

      Hey boo! I wanted to start eating more balanced and I found I was eating carbs to keep full and not really incorporating vegetables or protein which give me energy, so in return I was feeling sluggish and tired. I also eat alot of eggs, mushrooms, squash, cashews, almonds, peanut butter and avocado as sources of protein.


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