I think I’ve finally come to a conclusion about what diet is best for me. For a long time, I did low carb dieting which was only effective in the short run, since every time a lost a few pounds I’d go back to carbs and gain the weight back.
And since studying LifeFood, I’ve been misled that veganism is the answer. There is a lot of videos on Youtube about veganism and how to go vegan. But I find neither two branches of veganism, one is raw vegan and the other starch based vegan, is right for me.
The best diet for me is essentially a low carb vegetarian diet. You don’t have to get all your protein from meat and milk, and neither should you eat starch all day or eat fruit all day like a gorilla in the jungle.
High protein, High fiber, and low sugar is always the answer, but not all your protein has to come from meat and milk. There are plenty of vegetarian sources of protein, and there’s also eggs and dairy in the middle. Almost everyone ingests eggs since it is the ideal protein and they put it into everything in the food processing business.
While some people believe dairy is junk, and largely it is, there are some good dairy products like yogurt and kefir.
But what I am trying to communicate is high protein, high fiber, and low sugar is doable by everyone, regardless of where you get your protein. There is no such thing as a protein shortage in people who eat regularly, but there is almost no excess when it comes to protein. More protein means more muscle and energy and strength.
I am satisfied with my current diet, mostly eggs and beans and vegetables, and I still eat yogurt often. And I’m not against eating meat, but one should see beef as an occasional blood tonic, and other meats as a scarcity food. Fish was good in the past, but now with the environment polluted, toxicity is a problem.
Humans didn’t evolve to eat other animals. In the Garden of Eden, man ate fruit and seed. After the fall, they started eating starchy grain. And meat entered the human diet later, and man’s lifespan was greatly reduced.
So really, there is no one diet or lifestyle that fits everyone. I’ve just finally found the right regimen to keep me normal bodyweight, spending less money, and satisfied with what I eat.