50 min

Why Being a Part-Time Vegan is Better Than Nothing with Siovonne Smith (VZ 356) Vegetarian Zen

    • Alimentation

If you’ve struggled with the idea of going vegan because you can’t imagine life without some of your favorite foods, perhaps trying out part-time veganism is the thing for you!

 

In this episode of the podcast, we interview Siovonne Smith, author of The 3-Day Vegan.

 

In our interview, Siovonne discusses how an experiment to go vegan on a part-time basis eased her into eating vegan regularly.

 

 

Who is Siovonne Smith?

 

Siovonne Smith is a writer, photographer, explorer, and adventurer based in California.

 

From an early age, she became interested in nutrition specifically, how what we eat impacts our health.



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For more on 3 Day Vegan check out 3DayVegan.com.

 

To check out some of her other writing and projects follow @TitleWordSmith or check out TitleWordSmith.com.

 

Can I Really Eat Vegan on a Part-Time Basis?



 

If it works for you, then YES! You absolutely can!

 

When we first started podcasting in 2013, one of the things we discussed often was how having an “all-or-nothing” mentality can prevent people from even trying a plant-based diet in the first place.

 

While some people can go completely plant-based overnight, others might take time to settle into this new lifestyle. We all have or own timelines and we should respect each other’s journeys.

 

Please note that some of the links on this page may be affiliate links.  That means at no additional cost to you, we will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase through one of our links. We never recommend or provide affiliate links to products or services we do not use ourselves or that come from a trusted resource. Our ultimate goal is to provide helpful products and advice to you, our readers and listeners.

 

A Special Thanks To Our Sponsors:



* Buddha Bowls: The Vegetarian Zen Way



 

Thanks for listening!

Peace and Veggies,

Vickie and Larissa

If you’ve struggled with the idea of going vegan because you can’t imagine life without some of your favorite foods, perhaps trying out part-time veganism is the thing for you!

 

In this episode of the podcast, we interview Siovonne Smith, author of The 3-Day Vegan.

 

In our interview, Siovonne discusses how an experiment to go vegan on a part-time basis eased her into eating vegan regularly.

 

 

Who is Siovonne Smith?

 

Siovonne Smith is a writer, photographer, explorer, and adventurer based in California.

 

From an early age, she became interested in nutrition specifically, how what we eat impacts our health.



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For more on 3 Day Vegan check out 3DayVegan.com.

 

To check out some of her other writing and projects follow @TitleWordSmith or check out TitleWordSmith.com.

 

Can I Really Eat Vegan on a Part-Time Basis?



 

If it works for you, then YES! You absolutely can!

 

When we first started podcasting in 2013, one of the things we discussed often was how having an “all-or-nothing” mentality can prevent people from even trying a plant-based diet in the first place.

 

While some people can go completely plant-based overnight, others might take time to settle into this new lifestyle. We all have or own timelines and we should respect each other’s journeys.

 

Please note that some of the links on this page may be affiliate links.  That means at no additional cost to you, we will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase through one of our links. We never recommend or provide affiliate links to products or services we do not use ourselves or that come from a trusted resource. Our ultimate goal is to provide helpful products and advice to you, our readers and listeners.

 

A Special Thanks To Our Sponsors:



* Buddha Bowls: The Vegetarian Zen Way



 

Thanks for listening!

Peace and Veggies,

Vickie and Larissa

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