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I've been wearing a pagh for about 3 months now, I'm not a gursikh by any means. I still trim my beard but I have given up alcohol and going to clubs and bars. I feel the next step for me is to stop eating meat.

I'm quite into fitness and building muscle so I consume quite a bit of protein. I eat chicken pretty much every day. I know I can get the protein from daal, sholay, kidney beans etc, but the problem is when I'm outside at work, I don't eat much meat at home. There really aren't that many options for vegeterians that want a substantial amount of protein in their food.

Can anyone give me advice on how they beat eating meat and still ate nutritious food.

Thanks.

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I'm dairy and wheat intolerant. What do I do?

You need special cook books and google up good recipes even if you decide not to remain a vegetarian to find alternatives, so keep with corn, corn flour, soya, carrots, potatoes (careful with fried/frozen ones with gluten since it can be related to wheat allergies). You can get Soya and Rice milk as alternatives. I guess you need to avoid eating out and really be more active on the grill, inventive and preparing your own food, get a blender make your own special shakes with ice, oranges and maybe spinach. You can get some level of protein from mushrooms, lentils and soya. I guess you need to be vigilant of your diet to avoid getting ill from malnutrition. I have heard of these special powders pharmacies sell where you mix water and get a meal's worth of gloppy-de-glop to swallo. You could try holland and bareets they are stacked with all sorts of alternatives. You could try buy whey powder that body builders have but try abit to be careful since it can be a dairy derivative they might have alternatives. Stack up on a whole range of nuts and seeds they are rich in proteins.

I'm not sure if you can get medication which will help overcome the intolerance of food or if you could balance it out with something to help, like if you get gas problems you could mix soouf and jeera seeds which help cut out gas or if you get stomach problems you could mix in abit of ginger to help overcome it.

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I've been wearing a pagh for about 3 months now, I'm not a gursikh by any means. I still trim my beard but I have given up alcohol and going to clubs and bars. I feel the next step for me is to stop eating meat.

I'm quite into fitness and building muscle so I consume quite a bit of protein. I eat chicken pretty much every day. I know I can get the protein from daal, sholay, kidney beans etc, but the problem is when I'm outside at work, I don't eat much meat at home. There really aren't that many options for vegeterians that want a substantial amount of protein in their food.

Can anyone give me advice on how they beat eating meat and still ate nutritious food.

Thanks.

How long you been training paaj? How about protein bars?

Depends on the stretch of your day. I dont do much now but found eating more mini meals, good clean diet keep away from junk helped.

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