Enneagram Type Sevens Go Vegan for Freedom
Open Up a World of New Possibilities
Switch to a vegan diet, and travel the world with your tastebuds! There is more variety in having a plant-based diet. With meat you typically have only have 3 or 4 options: poultry, beef, pork and maybe fish. How boring! There are so many more fruits and vegetables from which to choose. When you center your meals on them, you open yourself up to a whole new world of possibilities that you never knew existed. New flavors and spices to explore. As a plant ”foodie,” you gain new opportunities of food traveling and there are exotic and exciting meals to plan.
Easily Shrug Off Weight
Also, if you have started to pack on extra weight and are feeling claustrophobic in your own skin, then eating plant-based meals will make you feel better right away. Stop being bogged down by the carcases of slaughtered animals or their milk. It’s proven that the fat from animal-based diets goes straight to your hips and they are feeding hormone-sensitive cancers (like breast cancer) in your body right now.
Stay Happy and Energetic, The Life of The Party
When you are lighter and have more energy, you feel like the life of the party. Have you ever considered that a vegan diet opens up possibilities of being healthy in a very easy way? You don’t have to look at your portions or limit yourself. Instead you eat as much as you want.
Gain Freedom From Portions and Have Fun Being Healthy
Overall you want to increase your energy, have fun, stay trim and improve your quality of life. You can have your (vegan) cake and eat it too, by having food that tastes delicious, while never limiting your portions and still lose weight.
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Written By Scott Mark Harrington D.O. and Chris Sansbury August 2013