Leaping into Calm

Today’s Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge:  Keep Calm and Carry On. Write (and create) your own Keep Calm and Carry On poster. Can you make it about your condition (health focus)? Then go to The Keep Calm-O-Matic and actually make an image to post to your blog.

Here is my poster:

CalmI chose promoting a plant based diet as my health focus for this post. The header image is the Leaping Bunny logo, which is used to indicate cosmetic, household, and personal care products that are cruelty free and contain no animal by-products.

I had to make the font a little smaller so that the word “cholesterol” would fit on one line. I thought it was important, because even though I am vegan for the animals, the health aspects of a plant based diet is strongly supported by research. And while having no cholesterol is just one aspect of a healthy vegan diet, it is still a talking point, along with lower fat, higher fiber, and fewer calories.

Here’s a challenge: Go to Keep Calm-O-Matic and make your own Keep Calm poster. Then share the link in the comment section.

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  1. says

    Wow! I really admire the Vegans out there, I could never really imagine myself going Vegan. I love products made with milk and I love non-vegetarian food!
    I really feel jealous I think you look terrific in the image.
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    • says

      Thanks, Bob, that is very kind. It is really not all that hard. There is a lot of delicious vegan food. It’s also not necessarily healthy because there is a lot of vegan junk food too!

      Although I would love it if the whole world went vegan, I realize that’s not going to happen. Instead, know that any time you eat less animal products, whether it’s Meatless Monday or trying to have a meat-free meal anytime during the week, it is good for both your health (and that of the animals!).
      Debbie recently posted..Leaping into CalmMy Profile

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