I am a dairy free vegetarian.
I also don’t like the term “vegan” to describe me, because I don’t think it conveys that I am truly vegan.
In fact, it seems to imply that I’m “not vegan,” even though my body chemistry is very different from that of most vegans.
It’s important to understand that a vegan diet is not the same as a vegan lifestyle.
It is, however, a more complex lifestyle that is a more challenging one.
To understand the complex nature of my diet, let’s start with the basics.
My diet has changed dramatically over the past few years.
Before my body had any issues with weight gain, I ate mostly meat and dairy.
Now I mostly eat eggs and dairy products.
My weight is now somewhere between 200-225 pounds, and I’m also losing about 30 pounds each month.
This is a very dramatic change in diet, and the only thing that has changed is my eating habits.
My body is not used to being able to eat more than it needs, so it responds to my diet in a different way than it used to.
This changes how I feel about food, and that is why, in the past, I would say, “I am not a vegan.”
But now I am.
In my opinion, it’s important for me to get my nutrition right.
I’ve had my fair share of issues with food, so I was always careful about what I was eating and what I put in my body.
I know that it’s difficult for many people to follow a vegan regimen, but I think this diet has been the best thing that I have ever done.
I now have a lot of confidence in myself and I feel like I have control over my weight.
Being vegan has allowed me to be more honest with myself about what my body wants.
I think it’s been very liberating.
I feel a lot more confident about myself.
I’m no longer a victim of my weight gaining or feeling anxious when I feel hungry.
In the past I used to eat out a lot, but now I only eat on the weekends, when I’m home.
I have a very simple philosophy about food and I try to make the most of the small amounts of food that I get.
While I was vegan, I had a few health issues, including a sore throat, and after a few months, I started noticing that I had become more and more tired.
My throat has not been sore in months, but my symptoms still persisted.
It was clear that something was not right, and in January of 2017, I went to the doctor.
The doctor examined my throat and diagnosed a very common condition called throat infection.
The infection was very difficult to diagnose, so my doctor gave me a prescription for anti-nausea medication and antibiotics.
During my treatment, I noticed that I began to lose weight.
I started to gain weight because I was not eating enough.
I was very worried that I would lose my weight and feel unwell.
I had been so careful about my diet and exercising that I was afraid that my diet would change and I would become overweight.
What I learned from my doctor is that I did not have an infection and my symptoms were mild and mild, not life threatening.
I thought that I needed to be on medication to manage the symptoms of throat infection, and therefore I took medication for a month and a half.
However, when the medication was over, I began losing weight again.
When I was prescribed antibiotics, I thought, “Oh my gosh, I’ve got a drug to treat throat infection!
I’m going to be able to stop eating so much.”
I was on the medication for about a week, and within a month, I was able to gain back some weight.
My overall health has improved tremendously since then, and my throat infection has returned.
There are many things that I could have done differently to get healthy and maintain my weight during the past year.
I could not have kept on going out to restaurants or buying a lot.
After my throat got better, I decided to cut back on my exercise and eat less meat and eggs.
This diet was not my first choice.
My father, a vegetarian, did not support me.
When I was growing up, my father was a very strict vegetarian.
One day, he came home from work and asked me, “Are you going to the gym?”
I said, “Yes, Dad.”
He said, “You’re a vegetarian now, aren’t you?”
My father then went to his room and asked if I was going to go to the mall.
I said no.
He said to his daughter, “If you want to go shopping, I’ll take you.” She went