Phew!! Was that you or the trash? This week the post-Christmas rubbish bins will be going out, and many will be filled with left-over Christmas ham, 3-day old chicken, half-rotten turkey scraps, half-eaten cheese and other things that fester into decay or bad smells after a couple of days left sitting in 40-degree heat.
Compare the smell of a wheelie-bin of meat scraps to the smell of your neighbour’s freshly-cut grass and you may notice a slight yet noticeable difference.
If you can connect the dots, imagine the difference in smell if it wasn’t the bin but it was YOU who has been holding meat or veges inside the body at 37 degrees for a day or two…
There are people who are vegetarian because they love animals, however, these animal-loving people are *less than 50% of all vegetarians*.
More and more people are “going veggie” for reasons of health & vitality.
The long-term side-effects of “going veggie” may include:
~ lower body odour
~ better smelling breath
~ less odour from bodily gas & waste
~ higher metabolism
~ higher energy levels
~ more lean muscle
~ less visceral fat build-up
~ lowered cholesterol
~ less incidence of acne, cysts and benign tumours
~ dramatically lower rates of cancer, diabetes & other disease
~~ Why not try a 10-day vege trial for one of your New Year’s Resolutions? ~~
Go vegetarian for ten days: just try having no meat and no dairy for ten days —
— just see how you feel after day ten. Will you have more energy? Will you smell better? Will your skin and eyes become more clear? Try it out for ten days in January and discover your results for yourself!
(Don’t worry, the bacon will still be there in two weeks if you choose to go back!) 🙂