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Meet our Herbie of the Week: Amy J!
Three years ago Amy watched "Forks Over Knives" with her husband. At the end of the film, he announced they were going plant-based cold tofu!
In three months, Amy was able to stop taking all of her medications (she was taking them 3x a day!) and the weight started to fall off!
Today, she's 50lbs lighter, reversed her T2 diabetes, and is helping others embrace a plant-based lifestyle!
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Meet our Herbie of the Week: Natasha!
In 2013, Natasha was not only diagnosed with PCOS, she was also at her heaviest weight -- 357lbs. She knew for a long time she needed to lose weight, and even though it was overwhelming, she had to give it a shot.
At first she started slow and lost 10lbs by not eating desserts. Then, in 2014, she decided to cut out all oil, dairy and eggs (she was already a vegetarian), which fully ...
Meet our Herbie of the Week: Vanessa!
After watching "Forks Over Knives" while recovering from surgery, Vanessa, a longtime vegetarian, decided it was time to ditch eggs and dairy and go plant-based. Unfortunately, she was unable to make the transition not once, but twice, because she was so overwhelmed.
It wasn't until Vanessa discovered the meal plans that she was able to get on board with the plant-based diet. (They say third time's a charm, right?)
Seven months ...
Meet our Herbie of the Week: Michael!
In 2006, much to his surprise, Michael discovered he had high cholesterol and a fatty liver.
After doing some research on a fatty liver and health in general, he came across the plant-based diet and was inspired by the many people who have turned their life around by eliminating oil, dairy, animal products and processed food from their diet.
On January 1, 2012 Michael went fully plant-based and as a result has lost ...
Meet our Herbie of the Week: Holly S!
After sharing Denise's incredible story about how a plant-based diet helped her complications from multiple sclerosis, Holly left a comment on the Happy Herbivore Facebook page saying how switching to a plant-based diet helped her as well!
In 2007, a 2 month flare-up that caused her to lose feeling from her neck down and in her finger tips forced Holly to go on short-term disability. During that time she decided to ...