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Vegan89 wrote:Hi Pinkrose and thank you for replying. I have a few questions about what you have said. Firstly, is there a particular reason juice is to be avoided (I've just stocked up on it and haven't been drinking anything fizzy now for three weeks) and what else can I have if not juice, besides water? Sounds silly but I really don't like water very much and I find it hard to enjoy a meal if I have to stick purely to water (as I always like something to drink with my food). Secondly, does the first plan (which I shall look at now, thank you and then the second one) help with weight loss, but at a slower rate? I really want something I can stick to, if I'm honest and as I dislike wholewheat pasta and brown rice, I'd find it hard to eat them all the time. Also, why only two pieces of fruits? I find fruits, especially bananas in large quantities provide me with lots of energy which surely is a good thing? One last question,...I have been reading recipes and have found that soy milk is included in some of them, and have been reading that some people are still including it in their diets...is it okay to use if I cut all the other vegan substitutes out, as I find I really enjoy a bowl of oats with soy milk, strawberries and agave as a cereal? Thank you so much for your help and advice and I have just read your story, and find it very motivating. It's good to know that other people have achieved their goals
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