As of today, I’ve officially been a vegan for 3 years. (And a vegetarian nearly 4 and a half years- and kosher for over 7 years.)
Boy, that title is a loaded cannon, isn’t it? I offer so much hope for other people who suffer from those same “incurable” medical issues as I did for all those years, but then I pull up a wild card no one is interested in seeing.
So for the past couple of years now, I’ve been getting new emails on a weekly basis from people telling me they are desperate and will do anything to cure their eczema and/or dyshidrosis.
I always assure them immediately that I indeed was healed of this disease and have remained free of my condition (along with being cured of sinus and allergies issues, and acne, and headaches), and they can be too.
Then I offer to teach them to become a vegan like I am, to cure their condition the same way I did. Most people never reply back after that.
My motivation in publishing this post today is this: I will simply be emailing those people a link to this from now on when they reach out to me.
I am convinced that most people who suffer from eczema (dyshidrosis), sinus issues, pet allergies, acne, and headaches will be quick to talk about how desperate they are for a cure, but then they aren’t willing to do the one thing that would cure it: Rid themselves of all consumption of animal products; plus artificial ingredients and preservatives.
So for those few people out there who truly are desperate to do anything to be cured, I invite you to watch this video I made. It breaks down the 5 major steps necessary to becoming a successful vegan.
I am happy to answer any questions for anyone who is curious or considering becoming a vegan; after you’ve watched my video, of course.
It was April 2012, which was 3 years ago, that I become a vegan. Since then, I have learned most people are skeptical of my lifestyle.
That’s okay. Because here’s what I know:
A) My doctor confirmed I am healthier than most people who sees who are my age; and that, yes- I am getting the proper nutrition (including protein) that I need. Not to mention, I am on no medications at all.
B) I no longer have eczema (dyshidrosis), sinus issues, pet allergies, acne, and headaches like I did for all those years. In other words, it is not a coincidence that happened only right after I became a vegan.
C) After years of consuming no meat, eggs, dairy, artificial dyes, chemicals, or preservatives, I’ve never felt better or been healthier.
I serve as living proof to the skeptics. Feel free to comment or ask questions, but only after you watch my video.