Vegetarian Done Right is a comprehensive, step-by-step course on making the easy transition to a meatless (or less meat) diet. It consists of multiple, easy-to-digest videos and supplementary recipes that you can watch at your own pace.
Why should I take this course?
What if you could make a small change in the way you eat that would lead you to having more energy, more stamina, feeling great, looking great, and living longer?
If your health isn't where it should be; if you're suffering from high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, or other diseases, you should take this course.
If you want to lose a few pounds and nothing else has worked, you should take this course.
If you find you don't have as much energy as you used to, you should take this course.
If you want to help save the lives of millions of animals PER DAY and safeguard the environment, you should definitely take this course.
This one course could change the rest of your life.
How long will it take me to watch this?
Most of my students watch the lectures (each about 10 minutes) over the course of a couple weeks, but you could consume the entire course in a day or two if you were really motivated.
What am I getting by purchasing this course?
The course is divided up into three main sections:
Take a quick tour of the Vegetarian Done Right series and learn about what you’ll be learning about.
Learn the differences among terms such as carnivore, omnivore, vegetarian, vegan, and more, as well as how to go about choosing your own style of eating.
Discover the true nature of how animals are treated and processed in our culture.
WARNING: CONTAINS EXPLICIT AND DIFFICULT CONTENT.
Learn some basics on how eating less meat can save you money and keep your medical bills lower.
Pick up the essential steps to staying healthy, full, and feeling good, as well as how to get essential vitamins and nutrients while eating less or no meat.
Let’s clear up some common misconceptions about protein, and learn how and where to get enough of it every day without deriving any from animal sources.
A lot of people give up on vegetarianism because they try it and don’t feel good. But in reality, they wind up eating the wrong foods that make them tired all the time. Find out how to eat so that you don’t crash or have mood swings through the day.
Get a solid look at what it takes to cut out all animal products from your diet, as well as why some people choose to do so.
An in-depth look at how to structure your shopping and subsequent meals so that you save money, and stay feeling good throughout the day. Includes suggestions on how to create a grocery list that gets you in and out of the store in less time. (Part 1)
An in-depth look at how to structure your shopping and subsequent meals so that you save money, and stay feeling good throughout the day. Includes suggestions on how to create a grocery list that gets you in and out of the store in less time. (Part 2)
An in-depth look at how to structure your shopping and subsequent meals so that you save money, and stay feeling good throughout the day. Includes suggestions on how to create a grocery list that gets you in and out of the store in less time. (Part 3)
Hate to cook and clean? Watch this and learn how to cut down on time in the kitchen so you can get on with your life.
Why cook every day when you can make a little extra and stick it in the freezer? But one misstep and you’ll make some big taste (or health) mistakes.
Any lifestyle change can be a tough subject to broach with the people in your life. Here are some tips on how to do so by inviting dialog, as well as how to get your point across without being confrontational.
Let’s face it — we live in a meat-centric world. This video offers advice on how to not only discuss your viewpoints with other people you might not agree with, but some ways to co-exist in the omnivorous world without being angry or spiteful.
Making any lifestyle change is easier when you surround yourself with people who are doing the same thing. Here are some great ways to meet some new veg-friendly folks without spending a ton of time doing so.
Although most major holiday meals center around a meat dish, yours doesn’t have to. And you don’t have to feel like a freak in the process.
Need to prepare an easy, satisfying dinner for a special someone to set the mood? Let’s get it on…
Forget burgers and dogs; you can still enjoy the pre-game festivities with a variety of hearty and satisfying dishes and finger foods that will get everybody roaring for more.
There’s a growing segment of fast food places that speak your language and offer healthy vegetarian options. Learn how to find them and what questions to ask to ensure you’re getting the right meal for you.
Travel the food world without leaving your own zip code. Get a sampling of tasty meatless meals from six different global cultures.
Just because you’re watching your pennies doesn’t mean you can’t splurge and enjoy a night out every now and then. Here are some secrets on how to do so, no matter how paltry your budget.
Mouthpiece Media founder and lead designer Benjy Portnoy has a diverse background in media production and health & wellness.