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Michael Milnes of Rochester, MN - Vegan Tips for Beginners

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Michael Milnes of Rochester, Minnesota, is a successful physical therapist who educates and informs his patients on the health benefits of switching to a plant-based diet.

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Michael Milnes of Rochester, MN - Vegan Tips for Beginners

  1. 1. Michael Milnes of Rochester, MN: Vegan Tips for Beginners Michael Milnes of Rochester, Minnesota, is a successful physical therapist who educates and informs his patients on the health benefits of switching to a plant-based diet. He has been a vegan for many years and understands most people indicate the number one reason for not being able to stick to a plant-based diet is that they have no idea what to make, especially when they are running short on time. If you often find yourself limited on time or you often come home and are too tired to cook an elaborate meal, the following tip may help you stick to your commitment to vegan eating. Stock Your Kitchen It is impossible to prepare anything without a well-stocked kitchen. Dr. Michael Milnes recommends getting some fresh vegetables like lettuce, tomatoes, bell peppers, mushrooms, carrots, zucchini, and cucumber. These veggies can not only be enjoyed raw, but can also be mixed into a quick stir-fry, ready to eat in just a few minutes. However, you should also have a variety of starches (e.g., rice, couscous, oats, polenta, wheat berries, barley, buckwheat, quinoa, potatoes, and sweet potatoes). Tortilla wraps, pasta, and bread also offer many different choices. The important thing is to choose whatever you prefer. Also make sure to always have beans and lentils (canned or frozen) if you want more convenience. Frozen bags of vegetables are also handy. Michael Milnes of Rochester, MN, stresses that fresh fruit is the quickest and healthiest snack ever. Learn about what is in season and stock up on what you like the most. Dried fruit, nuts, and seeds are also important to have at home.

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