I'm not a vegetarian in principal only in practice. Seems the opposite from most, I simply don't crave food. So I eat what is healthy for me, which is not saturated fats because I have FH. That removes meat, dairy, most breads and some vegetables. Oils are almost entirely gone, vinegar seems to be the alternative. Surprisingly I am healthy and strong with plenty of energy and positive demeanor. Do you think this is a diet you could do?
Welcome to the site and to the group Reuben.
Easy for me. I don’t eat anything that has a face, mother or anything that takes from animals such as honey, eggs, dairy...etc..I don’t contribute to cruelty.
I completely comprehend that not everyone has the same path. Every animal deserves the right to live a cruelty free life. I have been an actual vegan over 15 years. It’s not a diet it’s a lifestyle for me.
It does work for me, mostly. I do use some oils in moderation. Some recipes use alcohol like cooking sherry instead of oils and a couple I know use soy sauce. I am a vegan both in principle and practice. It helps me stick to my habits when I have a firm background of why it is important to do so. For breads I only use GF breads. I also don't crave foods and try to eat on a schedule.