Vegan Today 2

Day 1 – 88.4 kg – 147 mg/dL – 20130713 *
Day 2 – 88.3 kg – 112 mg/dL – 20130714
Day 3 – 87.9 kg – 122 mg/dL – 20130715
Day 4 – 86.6 kg – 120 mg/dL – 20130716
Day 5 – 87.1 kg – 116 mg/dL – 20130717
Day 6 – 86.8 kg – 105 mg/dL – 20130718
Day 7 – 87.0 kg – 122 mg/dL – 20130719

*after small meal

Some FAQs for you:

What is the connection between geology and a vegan diet?

Geology informs my concern about the possibility of a sixth mass extinction due to global warming, while converting to a vegetarian diet is the most effective simple action to stop a growing human carbon footprint.

How vegan are you?

If I were already completely vegan this would be an especially boring series of blog posts.   I am a flexible vegetarian – during the past week I have consumed 1 L of yogurt, 250  ml of milk, 500 g of cheese, 8 homegrown eggs, and 100 g of diced chicken.

Why the numbers?

Those are my numbers for weight and blood sugar.  If they continue to improve perhaps other members of the hyper-adipose societies of North America may join this project for themselves.  

Why is the bridge waiting?

See the next post.

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