For some of people, the thought of going vegetarian can be overwhelming.  I am not talking about going vegetarian one day a week here…that is simple.  What I am referring to is going veg all the time.  Often times people new to the idea of becoming vegetarian ask questions like what will I eat, what about the holidays with the family, what if there are no options on the menu at a restaurant for me, what about the impending BBQ season?  In the beginning these may seem like difficult questions to answer, but after experimenting with veg food for a short period of time, you will find the right answers that fit you.

Recently, I discovered a great guide written by Kathy Freston, who also authored "Vegetarian Is the New Prius."  Kathy gives some easy to follow, practical advice on beginning a vegetarian diet and she helps to answer some of the aforementioned questions.  She discusses several topics including ways to transition into the diet and advice on how not to get worked up over the little things. 

You can find Kathy’s article at the Huffington Post.

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