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  1. Awesome post.Thanks for sharing with us.The first-time visit at here, and I am happy to read everything at an only place. You have made some good points there. I looked on the internet to learn more about the issue and found most people will go along with Your views on this site.

  2. This blog was truly motivating and informative. Love your use of words , on reminding us to be kind to ourselves and be patient with our bodies . Thank you for taking the time to share your knowledge with others . You are beautiful for this .

  3. What we refer to as protein is actually a set of vitamins and amino acids. You need to consume foods that will give you a complete set of these in order to build a healthy body, much less build muscle.

    This is the main reason why humans eat eggs and meat because it’s they’re some of the few food stuffs that contain nearly a complete set of proteins without having to eat a whole bunch of different foods.

    • This is a vegan blog and I do not promote the eating of animal products here. If you believe that I am not sure why you are here reading a vegan blog and suggest you subscribe to blogs that are in alignment with you your nutritional choices to consume animal products for “complete protein.” Based on my research, experience and results you are incorrect. (You do not need animal products to build muscle (ask any vegan body builder) and that information of “complete protein” is completely outdated.

  4. I have been feeling a little de motivated in my vegan journey ( 3 years) eating the same foods etc. I recently started gym & I don’t want to loose any of my weight. Your blog has helped me tremendously, I definitely feel inspired to eat better & get some curvy muscles! Lol
    Thank you!

    • So glad I could be of help! That is what this blog is for! Let me know if I could assist you anything else!

  5. This was so incredibly motivating and helpful! Thank you so much for all the advice!! I now feel really pumped to start this journey 🙂

  6. I went vegan the start of this year and I want to lose stomach fat however I wasnt to maintain my booty as well as increase is. How would you suggest doing so?

    • Focus on either fat loss or weight gain. One thing at a time. Your body is a unit you can’t spot train. Because to lose fat you you need to eat less calories. To gain butt size you need to eat more calories. When you lose fat you lose it all over. When you gain you gain all over. Body composition (reshaping your body) happens when you start to tone and build muscle. Of course this is based on DNA too because some people are naturally hourglass but when you build muscle (since muscle burns fat), you adding wanted curves to you frame (unlike excessive fat which tends to love our stomachs). Increasing butt size in particularly has a lot to do with working out. Your glutes are a muscle you have to lift weights and eat a surplus in calories. Make sure you subscribe to the email list. You can read back issues where I talk more in depth about his topic. I also give curvy vegan tips to my subscriber list every Sunday

    • Consistency is key!
      I recommend starting off keeping track of the amount of calories you already consume. I use my fitness pal app. And then increasing them by 500.
      Stick with it!

  7. This is a fabulous article and I’m forwarding it to a vegan friend who has become skin and bones, due to grief and stress. Thank you ????

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