The Transition Diet: How to Transition to a Vegetarian or Semi-Vegetarian Diet 



The healthiest and longest living people on earth
eat plenty of vegetables, fruit and natural dairy
products and very little meat according to author
Dan Buettner who partnered with National Geographic
and the National Institute on Aging to study the longest
living people on earth.

The mountain inhabitants in Sardinia, Italy, have the highest number of male centenarians in the world (10.8 per 1,000 newborns). In the isolated mountain villages of Sardinia they only eat pork or lamb on special occasions and only a little, but on a daily basis they eat plenty of cheese, especially pecorino cheese made from sheep’s milk.

Their very low meat consumption and high vegetable and cheese consumption makes them virtually lacto-vegetarians. The healthiest Americans are the vegetarian Seventh Day Adventists.

A slow, gradual transition is needed to avoid shocking the body and mind as it detoxifies. The Transition Diet will take you step-by-step through the stages so your experience will be as smooth and pleasurable as possible.

• Based on 10 years of research and experimentation • Backed by 76 scientific references • 38 delicious recipes included • Easy to read tables, charts and lists • The psychology of changing your diet habits is explained • The physiology of how diet affects your mental well-being is explained • An exercise program based on the latest research in exercise physiology will aid your realization of the body you always wanted •

If you’re vegetarian or vegan, upgrade your diet using the latest discoveries in health and nutrition. Bio-active water is the missing key to revive your body and mind.

The 8-10 glasses of water a day we need should be bio-active, enzyme-rich water found in fruits and vegetables.

Learn which food supplements will keep you young and energetic and which vegetables and fruits are the healthiest.

Discover why traditionally raised, grass-fed yogurt and cheese actually prevent heart disease as shown by the French who eat large amounts of grass-fed dairy and have the lowest rate of heart disease of all developed nations, including Japan.

The greatest error in vegetarian eating is the avoidance of pasture raised milk products like cheese and yogurt which provide calcium without phytic acid or high amounts of phosphorus, as is the case with nuts, seeds, soy and beans which prevent mineral absorption.

What needs to be avoided is factory farmed dairy because the animals are given genetically modified, pesticide laden soy meal, cottonseed meal or other commercial feed, injected with antibiotics because they stand in manure all day and night, given hormones to increase milk output.

This milk is then pasteurized which really means it’s cooked, which destroys many of the vitamins and enzymes and renders 50% of the calcium unassimilable, yet does not kill all the typhoid, coli bacillus, tuberculosis and salmonella.

Pasture raised dairy animals, on the other hand, are provided a protected, peaceful life grazing on green grass which in turn results in milk which is light years ahead of factory produced milk in nutrition and taste.

Lactose intolerance can be overcome by using cultured milk products like cheese and yogurt.

The vegetarian Essenes always included milk products like yogurt and cheese made from the milk of pasture raised, kindly treated animals, in their diet of fruits and vegetables.

To the other extreme another error in healthful eating is the high meat, fish, egg and butter diet of the paleo and low carb eaters. A high meat diet is proven by numerous studies (that I list inside the book) to increase your chance of developing a life threatening disease like cancer or heart disease.

I invite you and challenge you to take the first step right now and begin to live like the healthiest and longest living people on earth using The Transition Diet system. The reward is a new life of health and wellness for you and your loved ones.

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