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    Has anyone successfully transferred over to a vegan lifestyle while training on a consistant basis?
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    I eat Vegans on a regular basis does that count?
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    Well my wife my wife is a vegetarian.....mostly. She does most of the cooking so that makes me a vegetarian.... Mostly. I eat a shitload of beans, my wife lifts and is careful to make sure meals are well rounded. That being said we eat eggs for breakfast, I eat the occasional steak. If we eat at a friends house my wife will eat what's prepared without demanding a veggie alternative. My question is, why vegan? Why vegetarian? Religion? Philosophy?misinfornation? I suppose my wife's choice is a personal decision, she objects to the poor industrial treatment of animals and seeks to minimize her support of the industry, I largely agree with her. Hunted food is okay, happy cows before slaughter are okay, crowded and mistreated animals are not. I do what I can but I avknowledge that I will eat meat and the occasional Walmart/publix steak. I may eat a little less than the average person, I might not make a difference but I do my part. If everyone did what I do things would probably change, but I don't fault others for not thinking like me. As for training I don't know how much of a difference it makes, w the exception of eggs I'm vegetarian 5 days a week for the past 2-3 years. I've always been lean (5'11" 170) been that size since before the diet change I may have slowed natural weight gain with age, but I've generally always eaten healthy. I also may have lost gains, who knows?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyjw86 View Post
    Has anyone successfully transferred over to a vegan lifestyle while training on a consistant basis?
    There are a number of very successful vegan athletes and bodybuilders out there.
    That said, I am not one of them, and I cannot advise you on how to become one.
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    If you find yourself calling regular people "carnivores" you went too far.
    If you make a scene at a family dinner table with your new found religion. You went too far.
    Otherwise. There are much better diets out there. If you practice it as a religion than,Well ,God (Gerry yourovsky) help you.

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    In all seriousness, I tried Vegan twice to see how it would effect my body. It failed miserably. My body completely rejected the idea. The second time was under the watchful eye of a dietitian who explicitly told me that it was a bad idea for an athlete doing my activities to be a vegan She was so right. I lasted 10 days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyjw86 View Post
    Has anyone successfully transferred over to a vegan lifestyle while training on a consistant basis?
    Yes people have done it, but it seems like a lot of work and silly dogma to me.

    Things i'd miss as a vegan:

    The obvious;
    Ribeye/prime rib etc
    Bacon, and pork in all it's glorious forms, especially in "tube form". Mmmmm, wurst.
    Slow cooked pork is God's work.
    Sashimi, sushi, seafood in general (Fucking lobster, are you kidding me?)
    Lamb, oh dear me...
    That reminds me, venison too
    Greek yoghurt and of course all other dairy (Cheese ************, cheese!!! And ice cream!!!)
    Eggs + all poultry/fowl (No turkey for you, but i think cock is ok)



    Not so obvious;
    Leather, silk, fur, honey (Shitty shoes and a boring bedroom, but at least vinyl is still good to go for ya)
    Lard, see above and it makes the best pie crust and french fries.
    Many beers are verboten too!



    I could go on but getting to the point, how hot exactly is the patchouli smelling chick(dude?) you're after anyhow?
    I hope (s)he's an 11 for your sake!
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    Well I hope this helps some
    http://nutritiondata.self.com/

    The site is full of wonderful information but even better you can put ingredients together and see their combined nutritional information. This will help you build meals that have complete proteins. Also pay attention to fullness factor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChenPengFi View Post
    Yes people have done it, but it seems like a lot of work and silly dogma to me.

    Things i'd miss as a vegan:

    The obvious;
    Ribeye/prime rib etc
    Bacon, and pork in all it's glorious forms, especially in "tube form". Mmmmm, wurst.
    Slow cooked pork is God's work.
    Sashimi, sushi, seafood in general (Fucking lobster, are you kidding me?)
    Lamb, oh dear me...
    That reminds me, venison too
    Greek yoghurt and of course all other dairy (Cheese ************, cheese!!! And ice cream!!!)
    Eggs + all poultry/fowl (No turkey for you, but i think cock is ok)



    Not so obvious;
    Leather, silk, fur, honey (Shitty shoes and a boring bedroom, but at least vinyl is still good to go for ya)
    Lard, see above and it makes the best pie crust and french fries.
    Many beers are verboten too!



    I could go on but getting to the point, how hot exactly is the patchouli smelling chick(dude?) you're after anyhow?
    I hope (s)he's an 11 for your sake!
    Damn that made me hungry lol
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