Becoming A Flexitarian : Meat, Cheese, Plants, Organic? What The Heck Is Good For Us Anyway


Shauna Dittl

A “flexitarian” describes someone who eats mostly plant-based foods but occasionally eats meat, poultry, and fish. Vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian, or carnivore, no matter what group you fall into, it’s imperative that we remember nothing extreme will last forever. Whether it’s running marathons, bodybuilding, or avoiding any food that came from an animal, we eventually find ourselves going down a slippery slope of, “I can’t live like this forever.” Our bodies want homeostasis and neutrality, not current fads or yo-yo-ing from one extreme to the next. Today we deep dive into how your choices affect not only your mind and your body but also the environment. Take everything you read/hear with a grain of salt because as much as there are statistics, there are also an equal amount of opinions. In taking a holistic approach to our diets, we can become more aware of what makes us feel good and what makes the world a healthier place to live.


Shauna Dittl

Hey! I’m Shauna! Your daily dose of joy and sunshine. With over 10 years in the medical field as a Diagnostic Sonographer, 5 years as the CEO of my own certified personal training and nutrition coaching business, motivational podcaster, best selling author and future Naturopathic Physician, I’ve got what it takes to help you develop your own superhero muscles.