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Vegan Transition – Free course

question-markIt can sometimes take a while before you figure you what to eat and what substitutes to use for certain ingredients that are based on animal products. It seems overwhelming, perhaps. Where to start? What to buy? Do I need any “weird” foods? Isn’t it great that nowadays a vegan transition is becoming more achievable? With so much information available, e-books, cookbooks, free courses, documentaries, videos, vlogs, blogs, online recipes, vegan products, etc, it has never been easier than today.

There are many reasons for going vegan, but whichever reason you choose, there is no doubt that a plant-based diet will greatly benefit your health (and the animals too). There’s also no need to worry; you can obtain all your essential nutrients.

Have you ever heard of Nutriciously?

Nutriciously is dedicated to helping you with those concerns. Their packages take away the feeling of being overwhelmed, because everything is done for you; the research, the information, the food groups, nutrients, vegan myths debunked, benefits, tips, meal planning, and more. I wish I had known about them when I became vegan.

Is It Affordable?

First of all, this course is free.

Second, it will teach you to fill your kitchen with affordable staple foods.

Third, when you feel your health improve, doctor’s visits will decrease, i.e you end up saving money on doctor’s visits and medication. I have always had strong health, also before I was vegan, but when I switched to a plant-based diet, I still noticed a boost in my health. I don’t go to the doctor. I had to go a few months ago, because of pain in my knee, but that has nothing to do with my diet 😉

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Can I Go At My Own Pace?

Of course! It is important that you go at your own pace. Who wants to run a marathon when you can enjoy a steady stroll? We’re all different. Some of us can just make a drastic change and never look back; others need more time. If someone is telling you off for not doing it the way they did, don’t listen to them. Go at your own pace, connect with a positive community that can help you along the way, and enjoy the positive changes you will feel in your body.

What Foods Will a Plant-Based Diet Include?

Nutriciously explains that there are four food categories in a vegan diet:

  • Fruits
  • Veggies
  • Grains and starches
  • Legumes

What’s the difference between vegetables and legumes? Veggies are the following: kale, lettuce, collard greens, spinach, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, mushrooms, asparagus, you get the idea 😉

Legumes are beans, chickpeas, lentils, peas, edamame, …

Grains and starches include potatoes, rice, oats, cous cous, squash, corn, quinoa, pasta, bread, wraps, tortillas, etc

Vegan Meals

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Their website also features many delicious meals, such as vegan chicken wings, 46 healthy vegan Easter recipes, mini vegan lemon tarts, and so much more yummy and healthy stuff.

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In times like these it is important that we eat healthy. An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but a vegan meal a day (or three 😉 ) may keep much more away 🙂

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26 thoughts on “Vegan Transition – Free course”

  1. Oh wow! Thank you for clarifying the difference between veggies and legumes. I honestly thought they were the exact same thing. I have never tried going vegan, even though I have thought about it. I will definitely go and check this course out and see what options there are for beginners and people who want to start this journey. 

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    • Hi Stephanie!

      Veggies and legumes do sound like they’re the same, right? 😉 Check out this course if you like, they have great options for beginners. 🙂 

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  2. I’d really fancy taking this course right now. Seems like there is so much to offer here when I take it so why not plus it’s free. I have not seen an online course that is free and let’s one go on their own pace. I have just decided to become vegan and I know very little about it. It’s not been very easy but I’m sure this will come as a good help. Thanks

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  3. Legumes is a general term used to describe the seeds of plants from the legume family, which includes beans, peas, lentils, and peanuts 

    Legumes are controversial in certain circles, Some people even choose to eliminate them from their diet. However, legumes are a staple food in many cultures.

    For me legumes are one of my favourites…..and I must tell you especially beans and peanuts…..

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  4. Hi! Since 2020 begun, I’ve been trying to make hubby become a vegan… hmm, mission impossible. But I must be Ann Cruise because I haven’t given up. And wao, my eyes sparkled with excitement when I saw this course. I’ll do it with my husband and let him go at his own pace. I think that’s the clue.

    How come this course is free? Sorry for asking. I’d like to know.

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    • Hi Ann,

      Nothing is impossible for Ann Cruise! 😉 Taking this course together with your husband will be a nice experience that you can both enjoy.

      Nutriciously has several packages; courses and e-books. Some courses are offered free, so that you can get to know them. Nutriciously is also dedicated to making this world a better place, that’s why they have a few freebies for people to sample and hopefully jump on the vegan train 🙂

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  5. Thanks for sharing with us a beautiful article.The main content of this article is the vegan Transition Free Course. A vegan lifestyle is compatible with the highest levels of health and fitness, protects huge numbers of animals, and is a potent way to combat climate change. Plus, the food is insanely delicious and it becomes more widely available every year.For the present time, Vegan is the most important.

    I am currently doing this vegan transition course whereby I learn a lot about vegan foods and eat them. So those who want to keep themselves healthy can eat vegan food and if you do not know about this vegan meal, you can take the course.

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  6. First of all, thank you so much for sharing such a beautiful and informative article with us. And your website is a very nice design, especially color choice and image templates are beautiful. I was looking for an article like this. I am a food-loving person, so I am always curious about any kind of food. I thought veggies and legumes are the same things, but that’s different. I found out after reading this article. Of course, I will go and check this course out and see what options here are for the beginner. Thanks

    I must say that this article is very helpful and informative. I want to share this article on my social media and I think if I share your article on my social media everyone will know about it 😊

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    • Thank you for your comment and for sharing my article! Sharing is caring 🙂

      You’ll love the vegan transition course!

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  7. Hi Christine. Have you found it’s more expensive to eat vegan? I see a lot of vegan foods these days. And supplements even. I happen to prefer a vegan Omega 3 supplement. I’m wondering if you have budget-friendly suggestions for starting on a vegan diet? But thinking about it, buying meat is probably the most expensive part of normal diets. Thank you. 

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    • Hi Paula,

      I find it less expensive to be on a vegan diet. This course will basically show you how to stock your fridge and pantry with non-expensive, healthy food staples. Meat does indeed end up being more costly, not just because of its prices, but also because it is linked to many diseases, which then will cause more medical expenses. 

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  8. Hi Christine,

    It’s nice to read your article on a vegan transition course, and I think it might be an excellent choice to try after you feel sick about your body. Some people suffer from diabetes and cholesterol in the neighborhood, but all of these gone after they change their daily diet to vegan, which is amazingly impressive.

    The best part is that you could join this for FREE, so I cannot say no to this course. I also have some gym mates who change to vegan diets when they are looking for more muscle strength and want to focus on their bodies, and I believe being vegan does a good job for human’s health. This is 100% for sure.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Matt

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  9. Very accurate article, for sure being a vegan isn’t as easy as it sounds. It is a great way to increase your health, to feel a lot better in your body, because your body is like a machine, if you treat it well, it will serve you well. This course certainly can give you a lot and the fact that it’s free makes it awesome as well!

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    • Hi Victor,

      True, our bodies are like machines which we have to treat well and maintain. A vegan diet certainly increases our health and energy. This course will provide excellent guidance. 

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  10. In my culture being vegan is a way of life. It’s great that many more are now starting to recognize the benefits of this way of living. I like the free course on vegan transition. Many people get stumped at what they should make to keep for themselves. My niece went total vegan and all she did was eat processed food. It was not a lifestyle best suited her at all, considering she grew up in the West, it wouldn’t have been easy for her to keep it going.

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    • Hi Jagi,

      I love that being vegan is a way of life in your culture. I hope that your niece stopped eating processed food and has now turned to more fresh fruits and vegetables and freshly prepared food. Processed food in the long term is really not good, as we all know. 

      Thank you for your comment!

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  11. Hey Christine! I have never heard of Nutriciously before but that sounds to be something what I’ve been looking for a long time now. Since not always I am a vegan but I like to go try the diet once in a while, a time which helps me appreciate my “green stuff” in my fridge, and the course that you have recommended seems to have all the answers, and that free of charge. Thank you for sharing it with us.

    My questions is: Are there any vegan recipes included in the course?

    – Heku

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    • Hi Heku,

      Now is the time to try out new things, we have so much free time on our hands. Why not spend it wisely, right 😉 ? This course includes vegan recipes as well.

      Thank you for your comment!

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  12. hello there, thanks for sharing this awesome article. Although I am not a vegan I would study this one, because your approach is so elegant for any website that talks about veganism…thanks for sharing this awesome article I know it would be of help to a lot of vegans out there.

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    • Hi David,

      Thank you! Yes, it will be of help to vegans and also to anyone else who wants to embark on a vegan lifestyle. 

      Have a nice day!

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  13. huh I didn’t know that beans and the rest were part of the legumes family so thanks for that. I’m looking for vegan food or meals as I’m trying to eat vegan because I freaking love animals and guess what I think I’ll be taking a look at this course, sounds pretty cool. Thanks for this article!

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