I Went Vegan for 30 Days. Health Results Shocked Me

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  • tom belcher
    tom belcher 3 hours ago

    😆😂😂😂 " properly raised animal positives." No one wants to die and there's no nice way to kill someone who doesn't want to die. Ignorance is not bliss.

  • Shelly Singh
    Shelly Singh 5 hours ago

    it's normal to think about food constantly when first transitioning to a vegan diet but that goes away as it becomes more habitual and you figure out what you like eating and what you don't. I'm 2 and half years into being vegan and I don't have to plan or worry about food unless i'm hungry or meal prepping.

  • Polar Bear
    Polar Bear 8 hours ago

    Im not vegan im plant based...i still eat olive oil and honey ...

  • Joonha Shcal
    Joonha Shcal Day ago

    I did keto for 6 weeks and then quarantine happened. I lived off of ramen for a week after that. Now, slowly starting back into keto, still under quarantine. Though doing OMAD now, because my dishwasher died and I'm lazy and not doing my workout anyway.

  • Collin merp
    Collin merp Day ago

    Right off the bat I have to say it’s not a trend..... that’s all

  • ISHNEET SINGH
    ISHNEET SINGH Day ago

    vegan smoothie ru-clip.net/video/9ZJYchq0GiU/video.html

  • Inaki Legorburu
    Inaki Legorburu Day ago

    Matt, time to go carnivore for 30 days 😉

  • Inaki Legorburu
    Inaki Legorburu Day ago

    "Unbiased and credible sources?" I have not given up the search yet...

  • track0137
    track0137 Day ago

    This is more propaganda for vegan. Show me a vegan lion and perhaps I'll change. People should eat what makes them happy.

  • Dr. Joy
    Dr. Joy Day ago

    French Fries and Beer are also VEGAN!

  • Colleen collins
    Colleen collins 2 days ago

    "It's very restrictive." is what you said towards the end of the video. Honestly it's not restrictive because the variety of vegetables, fruits, grains, beans, legumes, nuts and seeds is way higher then the handful of common meat, dairy and eggs that people eat. Restrictive is not the right word. Challenging works better because at first it is a challenge to understand how to shift to plant based vegan, but once you know how to do it, it becomes second nature. I'm glad you tried it for 30 days. Hopefully you are still doing it for your health, the planet and the animals.

  • Lyandru Tambunan
    Lyandru Tambunan 2 days ago

    I went straight to the comment section to see the overproud vegan talking about themselves 😒

  • s0ph
    s0ph 2 days ago +1

    In my opinion, plant-based eating is most certainly the way to go, but it is very hard to maintain.
    You can get protein from legumes and other foods, so I don't find veganism to be bad at all protein-wise.
    I think the goal is to put the effort in to eat less meat, particularly red meat.
    I eat mostly plants, but when i do eat meat its no more than 3 times a week, and its chicken, turkey, or fish.
    Of course it's not ideal, but it's a major step towards the ideal. My dad ate red meat almost every day, and he passed away from cancer and his health was pretty bad. I think plant-based eating could have certainly helped. If you look at the world's blue zones, you'll also find its mostly vegetables they're eating.

  • Manipur Home cook
    Manipur Home cook 2 days ago

    So proud of you guys...

  • David C
    David C 2 days ago +2

    What’s scary this guy is eating meat before he started with low iron shows how poor his diet is because you need eat a lot of fruits and vegetables just to get all the nutrition you need.

  • Nick-o- las
    Nick-o- las 3 days ago

    NOT HAPPY NEW YEAR! -2789 the last message said from earth

  • Vanessa
    Vanessa 3 days ago

    I love crab legs, oysters, a medium steak, cows milk too much. I’m lactose intolerant and still can’t stop drinking cow milk. I hate coconut milk and almond milk. Have tried each for over a year each 😵. Forced myself, expecting my palate to get use to it to no avail.

    • Joonha Shcal
      Joonha Shcal Day ago

      Yeah, there's nothing like milk. I can't drink milk on my diet (not vegan) and I just don't bother with alternatives. Coconut milk is wonderful for cooking though. Hemp milk's fine though. I wouldn't call it milk but just as a beverage it's kinda nice. Can't consume that one either though.

  • ZombielandPB
    ZombielandPB 3 days ago

    Ive been vegan since I was born. I was given soy milk at birth and i've never felt better since I was drinking soy as a newborn. Now I have oat milk to ad to my diet. Flaxseed oil is soo soo good. My B12 levels are perfect. LDL, blood work all perfect on a 100% soy diet.
    Thank you for speeding the word on being vegan. It is the most healthiest way to eat.

  • Shravan Manohar
    Shravan Manohar 3 days ago

    Feel better than ever after 1 year of going vegan.

  • Zaid Ali
    Zaid Ali 3 days ago

    Vegan forever

  • Miguel Angel
    Miguel Angel 4 days ago

    Me on NNN

  • Kate O
    Kate O 4 days ago

    A plant-based diet is the only way...if you care about the planet, the animals and world hunger instead of only nutrition. And per those who have read ALL the research, a plant-based diet is superior to one which includes animal products, anyway...if you can be healthy without paying someone to torture and murder animals, why would you not choose that? There is no way to "properly" raise animals for food; some methods are simply more sadistic than others. It's so "extreme" not to torture and murder animals? If there is no one size fits all diet for us, that would make us the only species in that predicament. What works for me is for people not to be destroying the environment, contributing to world hunger, exploiting sentient beings and ultimately causing pandemics such as we are experiencing right now. Can we all please grow up, wake up, smarten up and go vegan?

  • Bryanth29
    Bryanth29 4 days ago

    If you're looking for documentaries to help get a better understanding of vegan diet and lifestyle, check out "Forks Over Knives", "Cowspiracy", "What The Health", and "The Game Changers" on Netflix. For free documentaries, you can also check out "What About Protein", "PlantPure Nation", "The Invisible Vegan", "Planeat", "Food Choices", "Eating You Alive", "Chow Down", and "The End of Meat" on Tubi. You can also watch "Vegucated" and "Processed People" on RU-clip.

  • Thirumalesh D
    Thirumalesh D 4 days ago

    Nutritionist explains....
    In the end...
    Matt: I just want all green there.
    😂😂😂😂

  • Christopher DuFour
    Christopher DuFour 4 days ago

    Most are fack

  • Christopher DuFour
    Christopher DuFour 4 days ago +1

    No virguns

  • Horny Cat
    Horny Cat 4 days ago

    Watchin this video while eating a yogourt...

  • MsSkeya
    MsSkeya 4 days ago

    After 365 days travelling and working remotely in 2019, we took a challenge of going Vegan for a 360 days this year. I had never been Vegeterian nor Vegan before. Almost 3 months and I feel more energized with less sleep, can exercise longer, and, surprisingly, not missing a meat at all.🤔😎

  • Defult
    Defult 4 days ago +1

    Vegan and vegetarian are completely two different things. Vegan are anything that are produced by animals including milk, eggs, and cheese.

  • JustDoIt
    JustDoIt 5 days ago

    I've been a vegetarian for 18 years now, I started eating eggs two years ago to increase my protein and energy levels. I didn't see any difference. I think when you are veg, you know that you are cutting out on protein so you make extra effort to check your food. Non-vegetarians just rely on meat to give them all their energy, so vegans can end up healthier than non-veg for sure.

  • Miranda Cecily
    Miranda Cecily 5 days ago +24

    when veganism is referred to as a "diet" I cringe.. it is so much more.

  • ashis dhungel
    ashis dhungel 5 days ago +4

    Yes theory: 30-day vegan diet
    me: iv been doing this from the day I was born

  • Aya Madrid
    Aya Madrid 6 days ago

    74th videos. since I found this channel five days ago

  • ody Astro
    ody Astro 6 days ago

    4:30 he used milk😂

    • Pastel Slime
      Pastel Slime 6 days ago +1

      ody Astro almond milk, I think...

  • voiceless glottal fricative

    Max is right. You don't need to have a vegan diet to be healthy, if you don't buy extremely processed food you'll be relatively healthier. Animal products don't cause an unhealthy diet, just processed stuff, especially with a lot of additives.

  • Kana Beats
    Kana Beats 7 days ago

    yeah if i was to do it I'd go matt's approach. cuz sometimes I just need me some taco bell man

  • Big Blumi
    Big Blumi 7 days ago

    Why was there no mention of the ethical benefits of veganism?

  • Jack B./Vulcan Beatz

    I didn’t even know about this video, but I did the exact same thing lol. I was vegan for all of January.

  • Wapiti
    Wapiti 7 days ago

    Plant based is a diet, veganism is a statement against animal abuse #govegan

  • Ankur Vashishtha
    Ankur Vashishtha 7 days ago

    I am lactose intolerant, So forced vegan from vegetarian. I miss dairy.

  • Ankur Vashishtha
    Ankur Vashishtha 7 days ago

    @00:53 Seriously the graph touched 100 ?

  • Rich Amar
    Rich Amar 8 days ago

    Veganism can be a good thing but it is not a good source for high amounts of protein unlike meats....A lack of proteins can leave you to tend to eat more foods that’s why I man not a vegan.

  • roastbroast
    roastbroast 8 days ago

    Coroa ruined every new year resolution

  • HoopRole
    HoopRole 8 days ago +3

    Wanna know how to tell someone is a vegan?


    They'll tell you 😂😂

    • Roku
      Roku 8 days ago

      im vegan ;)

  • 4 minute crafts
    4 minute crafts 8 days ago +8

    In India, every year we have traditional month called Shravan where all hindus go vegan for that month.

  • Wassily Chevelenko
    Wassily Chevelenko 9 days ago

    What I am asking myself: Ok, so you take out animal products and replace them with lots of other great stuff. That last part improves your blood values. But what if you would 1) eat all the produce you eat when eating vegan but 2) also eat animal products? What would this do with your health? Because it seems this is most of the time the outcome of these kinds of dives into veganism. I understand that if I replace meat with tomato, there will be tomato in my blood instead of meat. But what happens if I keep both? Is it taking out the animal products which make you healthier or... adding more healthy stuff to your diet in general? :)

    • Zaid Ali
      Zaid Ali 3 days ago

      You can eat all white rice diet and be healthier than eating any meat and eggs

    • Wapiti
      Wapiti 7 days ago +1

      Veganism is about ending animal abuse and unnecessary suffering.

  • Enten_LP
    Enten_LP 9 days ago

    He eat the Borito like Justin Biber

  • Food Around Ed
    Food Around Ed 9 days ago +1

    Please please please watch watchdominion.com
    It's so much more important to go vegan for the animals than your health. You eating animas and animal products takes the lives of others. Please educate yourself properly
    Great video but health is not at the forefront for veganism

  • Simon Suys élève
    Simon Suys élève 10 days ago +7

    This is like the opposite of that movie “supersize me”

  • Phuong Hua
    Phuong Hua 10 days ago

    Did your thyroid hormone increase or decrease? I am hyperthyroid and I am looking to cure this through plant base. Thank you for your time and help.

  • Phuong Hua
    Phuong Hua 10 days ago

    What are the nutrients that vegans are deficient in? Meat eaters deficient in?

    • Roku
      Roku 8 days ago

      b12 at times, but these are added to animal products. More and more vegan products are being fortified as new products are created, there are also supplements. It would be the same for unfortified animal products, but plants are just a superior food source.

  • D Libby
    D Libby 10 days ago

    The proof is in the blood.

  • manuc
    manuc 11 days ago

    I thought we were getting past this vegan bullshit.

  • Kashyap Karthik
    Kashyap Karthik 11 days ago

    Well this year's gone great bois

  • wunderhase
    wunderhase 11 days ago

    No one should trust someone who looks like the death, to eat like him. Low Fat seems not a solution.

    • Lets Get Fluffy
      Lets Get Fluffy 5 days ago

      Low fat is not a solution. Fat is important, and saturated fat is not bad.

  • Mana Mana
    Mana Mana 11 days ago

    wait, he really didn’t know what a thyroid is?

  • who
    who 11 days ago

    bro you Egyptian?

  • Amitabha Buddha ! sing for Simon Cowell !

    I EAT VEGAN DURING 6 YEARS UNTILL NOW AND VERY STRONG, HAPPY , HEALFUL ....

  • Rysuci
    Rysuci 11 days ago

    not true. i’m not scared of fruits potatoes or rice

  • Armen Fisniku
    Armen Fisniku 11 days ago

    Did u know that plants send a plazmatic scream when we crush blend or cut them.Yes theyre alive and thy scream when they get hurt too ssssooo

  • Pazdan
    Pazdan 11 days ago +5

    watching this while eating chicken

  • brettartie
    brettartie 12 days ago +1

    vegan for the animals and the planet, health is a byproduct from being vegan ( or more accurately whole foods plant-based )

  • Taoso Aivao
    Taoso Aivao 12 days ago

    This is really helpful to people who want to start a diet like this or want to.

  • Elena-Sophie Gräser
    Elena-Sophie Gräser 12 days ago

    This guy who did research because of his sick mom... I get what he is saying. And even if you can live healthy consuming moderate amounts of animal products, we need to remember one thing: Whether they are ethically sourced or not, we are exploiting animals. Chickens are shredded alive for eggs, calves are separated from their moms at birth for milk, and animals who have the same desire to live as we do, have their throats slit for their flesh. No matter if free range, ethical or whatever else there is. So if we can thrive of a plant based diet, that is better for the environment and doesn't harm any other beings, why wouldn't we choose that option? Even if cracking an egg is simply faster than making scrambled tofu, those few minutes are not worth anyones life. We need to look at this from the victims perspective. If we were the ones being exploited, we would want the same... It's 2020, no one has to die for a good burger.

  • Martha Julian
    Martha Julian 12 days ago

    Who is that lady doctor at 14:02? I've seen her on other videos.

  • Tobey
    Tobey 12 days ago

    How about you go carnivore next ? would love to see a comparison !

  • dean herbig
    dean herbig 12 days ago

    just think if everyone went vegan . farms would have to grow witch means forests would shrink no way around it . forests shrink equals wild animals and the rest of nature suffers . look at the bigger picture before it's too late .

    • Robin
      Robin 7 days ago

      @dean herbig That makes no sense. Most people eat diverse but also eat animal food that takes much more space. These products can be easily swapped with food that take a lot less space.

    • dean herbig
      dean herbig 8 days ago

      @Robin for now . But if we want a diverse enough plant based diet to remain somewhat healthy it will change .

    • Robin
      Robin 8 days ago +1

      Animal agriculture is the leading cause of animal extinction and forest loss. 50% of all food goes to farm animals.

  • Bharat Bhatia
    Bharat Bhatia 12 days ago +1

    I am vegan from last 18 year. I am 18 year now. I don't even tough a egg.

  • Duncan B
    Duncan B 12 days ago +1

    Sometimes don't think about yourself, when others are involved good luck....

  • Words, words, words.
    Words, words, words. 12 days ago +1

    I don't eat meat but i am not totall vegan and want to be. i'm woman in my 50's. any good resources to lead me in right direction nutritionally. I worry about calcium, b12 and dropping the fish, etc. i'm very motivated just need a little more direction. like what is a good milk subsititue.

    • Words, words, words.
      Words, words, words. 12 days ago +1

      @V1ralB1ack Thanks! That was very helpful. Luckily I am enjoying the process. the other night I made vegan banana bread and it was better than the kind with eggs and milk. I think I will try oat milk if you are recommending it. I don't want stuff with too much additives either. thanks again!

    • V1ralB1ack
      V1ralB1ack 12 days ago

      I love oatmilk personally but almond milk and soy milk are good to. Rice, beans (legumes), potatoes and oats are what you want to eat mainly. Make sure to master some sauce recipes as it will help a lot. And keep going you're on the right track and you're doing great! It's a journey and you gotta enjoy getting there. Best of luck =)

  • nig a
    nig a 12 days ago

    Can i just pretend Steak and Bacon are plant based?

    • Saitama
      Saitama 12 days ago

      What they are not 😨

  • Haroon Hamid
    Haroon Hamid 13 days ago

    I realized halfway through this video I was eating meat and I feel guilty now

  • Blake NutZ00
    Blake NutZ00 13 days ago

    When are you going back to tuvalo

  • Lydia M
    Lydia M 13 days ago +4

    Vegan for one year, the whole being overwhelmed on having to plan out everything and watch macros goes away once you have been doing it for awhile you just remember what nutrients is in everything and you know everything about the foods you usually eat, so u kind of just do it in your head, or you just trust yourself and know that you are eating balanced. It gets really easy 😊

  • Lydia M
    Lydia M 13 days ago

    PEOPLE WHO THINK VEGANISM IS EXPENSIVE!!!! It can be! But so can carnivorous diets! It can be cheep to be vegan. Rice, beans, bananas and apples, lettuce and carrots, frozen veggie and fruits, oats, peanutbutter, almond milk, pasta and sauce, bread and tortillas, and MUCH more are cheep!!! You just have to do your research

    • Lydia M
      Lydia M 12 days ago

      Saitama I don’t think your getting the point 😕 being vegan can be cheep. You can make lots of meals with these items, not just eat them by themselves lol. These aren’t the only items either, just some common ones.

    • Saitama
      Saitama 12 days ago

      All the things that you mentioned are good for snacks or something..not the main meal...bread? really?😂😂 that will fill your stomach

  • DoubleUProds
    DoubleUProds 13 days ago

    What's the point of this video if you're not going to include your shopping bills and the hourly rates of your "experts"?
    Every average person can become healthy if they have access to 1000$ weekly budgets regardless of the diet being vegan/vegitarian/pescetarian/palio/carnivorous.

  • DepthStriker
    DepthStriker 13 days ago

    Make sure you get your omega 3 fatty acids. Those are the most important for your body’s happiness!!! You can get these through fish, fish oil, flaxseed, flaxseed oil, etc.

  • Radhika srinivasan
    Radhika srinivasan 14 days ago +1

    fantastic

  • parv sharma
    parv sharma 14 days ago

    So he's doing what I'm doing for my entire life, HELL YEAH!